With a cost ranging from .98-29.95/month, there's little here that I found particularly engaging or special to make it noteworthy.

More » There's live chat, more than a million members, a beautiful interface, "naughty" mode, and lots of search options, so why does Be Cougar rank lower on this list?

It does look more dated than all of the higher-ranking sites on this list though, and many of the male members seemed way too old to be considered cubs.

Still, it's the best option out there for those with limited budgets.

More » The cheapest and priciest option listed here ($12-40/month with credits; free for cougars), Cougar Life also sports the most confusing payment options, similar to Lavalife.

In a nutshell, you buy a month-long membership and then will need additional credits to do anything of use on the site.

No new European profiles can be registered on the service as of May 21st, 2018.

All active Mate1 subscriptions purchased/rebilled from European customers in the 30 days prior to the regulation taking effect are in the process of being reimbursed to the payment method used at purchase.

Consider yourself warned, should this be a concern or point of interest.

You've figured out the easy part—you know what you want. The top pick in this category, and it's easy to tell why even at first glance: the site caters specifically to cougars and cubs (zero sharing databases with other, unrelated dating sites that I could find), there's a huge membership base (1,000,000 ), the search options seem endless, and the price is reasonable (ranging from .33-29.99/month).

The site is well laid out and modern, and it's likely the most well-known of the cougar dating sites because of ​its extensive media coverage (yet only has 500,000 members).