Exclusive dating app The League's has a waitlist that's nearly 100,000 people long. Now people are selling VIP passes to it on Craigslist for $100


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Amanda Bradford

Amanda Bradford, founder and CEO of The League

The League is a new, exclusive dating app that only lets in the "most interesting" single people. It uses an are-you-cool-enough algorithm and LinkedIn work credentials to decide if an applicant is worthy of becoming a member.


The only way to get in is by applying to a long waitlist that's approaching 100,000 people, or by snagging a VIP pass from someone who's already a member.

Now, there's an additional way to hack into The League.

Earlier today, a League member or employee posted a listing on San Francisco's Craigslist, offing a VIP ticket to the app in exchange for $100.

The listing has since been pulled by the company. CEO Amanda Bradford isn't sure who posted it but assumes it's an early user who has a few invites stored away. The app raised $2.1 million from Silicon Valley investors and plans to launch in its second city, New York, soon.


Here's a photo of the ad, which has since been pulled:

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