Exclusive offers and advice: eharmony’s Manchester Love Challenge


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We want singles in Manchester to reframe how they approach love and dating. Even if it means doing just one thing differently – such as signing up to a weekly cookery class, trying out yoga or learning salsa. That’s we’re launching the Manchester Love Challenge featuring bespoke dating advice and special offers in a month-long activity drive.

The Challenge

New eharmony research reveals that over half of Mancunian singles (54%) haven’t been on a date in over a year and almost two thirds think they’ll be single forever.

We want to change this. That’s why we’re challenging local singles to step outside of their conventional routines, because making just one key change can often open up a whole new world of possibilities.

To kick off the challenge, we’re offering exclusive discounts and giving away free eharmony memberships to help encourage people to move towards more meaningful relationships.

Exclusive Offers

Looking for date ideas that are a little different? Why not try a couples cooking class? This is a perfect date night experience if you’re looking for something a little less obvious. It doesn’t matter if you’re the next Jamie Oliver or if the extent of your cooking is assembling a sandwich, what matters is that learning how to cook with a partner is a great bonding experience. And the best part is, you don’t have to do the dishes!

We’ve teamed up with the Food Sorcery to offer you 10% off all cooking classes. Use code eharmony10. The Food sorcery is a cookery and barista school which offers a range of private events and cooking classes. We recommend trying out the Cooking Together class –it’s a fresh take on dining that won’t disappoint.

To get things going, we’re also giving away 20X 1-month eharmony memberships. All you need to do is join the Manchester Love Challenge Facebook group @eharmonyUK. The first 20 members will be given a unique code to try us out. More offers, news and advice will be revealed in the Facebook group over the course of the month.

Bespoke advice

The eharmony Manchester Love Challenge will feature a special edition of Love Decoded will air on eharmony’s Facebook channel on Tuesday 13th November with Mancunian psychologist Emma Kenny, psychotherapist Lucy Beresford and eharmony relationship expert Rachael Lloyd.

We will also be hosting a live #AskMeAnything session with Emma Kenny on Twitter, giving Manchester singles – and those negotiating relationships – the opportunity for personalised feedback. Follow think@eHarmonyUK to join in the conversation.

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