In online dating taking a chance on love and algorithms

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Of course, its popularity is buoyed by the prevalence of free and cheap online dating sites, increasingly with their own specialized approach to matchmaking.

Some offer helpful dating tools and others, not so much.

We've identified the best bargain dating sites that may be worth exploring -- at least once, anyway.

OK Cupid is a high-traffic site with insightful questions whose answers can be ranked for importance in finding a match.

Users can search for compatibility scores as well as for geography. Plenty of Fish is fully functional when free, but paid memberships starting at $6.78 a month (for 12 months) garner higher listings in searches.

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