If I had to sign up for just one online dating site in Norway, this would be it.
has over 400,000 members, and approximately 20,000 profiles live daily.
The Norwegian online dating scene reminds me a lot of the scene in Finland and Denmark.
There are a couple of dating sites that dominate the market in terms of membership numbers.
Bergen, a city on the coast, is not a bad city to stay in either (very beautiful city that tends to be on the warm side during the coldest times of the year).
Should you decide to sign up for the online dating sites I recommend below, be sure to read member profiles carefully as you might come across a lot of fake profiles and women looking for “clients.” Usually, I can spot these profiles pretty easily.
As a general rule of thumb, the more boring the profile, the more boring the person. At 0.88 women per 1 man, it has a good gender balance.
Without further ado, here is the quick list of the top two dating sites in Norway. I also like how they disable any profile that has not been active in the last 4 months (I wish all online dating sites did this instead of inflating their membership numbers by holding on to inactive profiles).
Once you’ve jumped that hurdle, you answer around 70 questions about your personality, values, behavior, and what you’re looking for in a partner.
How to Locate Potential Matches Sukker takes the work out of your hands and uses your answers to the 70 questions to match you with other profiles.
Sukker goes above and beyond with this process, presenting potential matches visually, using the graphic of a tree.
Sign up Process To sign up, choose a username and password, and enter your name, email, region, and gender.
Next, you’ll receive an email confirmation, which will take you to a page for an SMS verification from a Norwegian number.
Each leaf on the tree is a different potential match, and the greener the leaf, the more compatible of a match this profile is to you.