Tinder Passport is one of the latest functions incorporated into the Tinder package. This article will explain what it is and how to make the most of this feature.
What is Tinder Passport?
Generally the free version of Tinder allows users to meet people nearby, located in the same geographic area. However users who subscribe to Tinder Plus or Tinder Gold (fee paying), benefit from an added function, that is Tinder Passport. This function allows subscribers to communicate with other Tinder users anywhere in the world. To explore new countries and find more potential matches, users just need to change their location to a city of their choice and they will subsequently be able to see local profiles.
How to Relocate Using Passport
If you want to relocate yourself (virtually) to another city or country on your Tinder account, the first step is to tap on your profile icon and go to Settings.
Scroll down and click on Location. From there, you can select the city of your choice anywhere in the world, set the maximum distance and also the type of person you are looking for (eg, woman between 31 and 40 years old).
Once this you’ve done this, the new map with the chosen city will appear. For example Moscow:
You can modify your position as many times as you want but of course, you can only be in one city at a time. However any interest shown in a profile regardless if the city has been changed or not, will still be visible to the user for up to 24 hours after the change of location.
How to Activate Tinder Passport for Free
During April 2020, Tinder Passport was free for all users in an attempt to encourage users to stay at home during the Coronavirus pandemic. Unfortunately this was a limited offer, and Tinder Passport is now once again a paid feature.
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