Meet millionaires - 3 very unexpected US destinations

Posted by | December 01, 2015 | Luxury Travel | 4 Comments

“Where are all of the great, single millionaires?” That’s a question I get asked all the time. And honestly, the answer isn’t all that complicated or difficult to find out. All you have to do is think like a millionaire. If you had the financial means, what would you do? Where would you go? How would you spend your time? Just giving those questions some solid thinking will land you with several options of where you can go to meet millionaires. The bar areas of steak houses. Charity events. Tech conferences. What you might not be thinking about, though, is where you can travel to and meet some fantastic, financially stable men. Well, I’ve done a little digging into easy domestic trips you can take to find those fellows. And while there are of course some obvious destinations, like New York City and San Francisco, I’ve found three very unexpected destinations with high millionaire populations that could be perfect for finding your soulmate.

Meet millionaires in Alaska

According to, there are only ten states in the country with more men than women. And with 108.5 men for every 100 women, Alaska is at the very top of that list. So, the numbers are already working in your favor with a visit to Alaska. Add that to the fact that Alaska ranks fifth among states for millionaires per capita, according to, and you’ve got some very friendly math. Male millionaires are living in Alaska at a higher rate than they are in most other places in the country and there aren’t enough women for them to date. What are you waiting for? Get on a plane and get to Alaska!

Meet millionaires in Washington, D.C.

Of course we want to think that our public servants get into politics because they want to serve our nation and affect change, not for financial gain. But, the truth is that politics and money go together like peas and carrots. And our nation’s capital ranks tenth in a national list of millionaires per capita according to CNBC. It’s also surrounded by two of the wealthiest states in the country, Maryland, which ranks first in millionaires per capita, and Virginia, which is seventh. This high density of millionaires wasn’t impacted that much by the recession because the federal government and military were two of the few sectors that didn’t go through major job cuts during the economic downturn. There’s a lot of history to explore in D.C., but if you go with an eye for romance, I’m sure you’ll find some fantastic matches.

Meet millionaires in Delaware

Not the sexiest vacation destination, I know. But, Delaware has really friendly tax laws for corporations. So, a lot of savvy millionaires base their companies out of the state and maintain residences there. The same CNBC post lists Delaware as the state with the seventh highest density of millionaires per capita. I say check out Delaware during the summer because they have fantastic beaches. Get a tan, eat some fantastic seafood and then gussy yourself up to meet the millionaire of your dreams!

Hope you all have some frequent flyer miles to burn! Get out of your comfort zone and into one of these unexpected places that are home to fantastic, eligible millionaires.


  • Tina says:

    Hi Patty,
    Before i begin, I absolutely love your show and think you’re so hilarious. Its refreshing hearing someone that isn’t afraid of being honest.

    Ok, now down to business. I’m 33 years old, african american, no children, never married and have been in a relationship with someone for 5 years now. He’s white and I’ve always dated outside of my race. We actually met on Craigslist and have been together ever since then. In the beginning of our relationship I thought he was totally different and unique. I saw a future in him that I had never seen in anyone else. After all this time our relationship has suffered many issues, I’ve come to realize that although I care deeply for him, he isn’t “the one” anymore. Because I have such a loyal personality and I’m very optimistic, I’ve struggled with actually breaking up with him. We’ve had so many problems throughout the years, I don’t know if I can manage another year. I’ve done the ultimate sin (moved in with him) and now have no job, I feel incredibly trapped here. I’m confident I will find a job and be in a position to move out but how do I split my ties with him and move on after such a long relationship?

    I want to get married, have a family and I just don’t think that’ll be something I can get from him anytime soon. I’m not a millionaire but I would love your advice in this matter.

    Desperately Tina 🙁

  • Cheryle Moyer says:

    I have applied for membership, I am interested in meeting Millionaires in Washington DC, Maryland, Virginia and Delaware.
    I reside in Maryland. I have applied for membership to your data base. I am a women seeking a man. I eagerly await your decision.

    Thank you,
    Cheryle Moyer

  • Louise says:

    Hi Patti
    Do you have any millionaires from Australia that you need Australian girls on your database for? We watch your show here but weren’t sure if you get Australian clients.

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