Will a Sugar Daddy Give Me a Monthly Credit Card or Allowance?

Sugar Daddy websites such as MyGirlFund, Seeking Arrangement and SugarDaddie.com have exploded in interest over the last decade. More and more college girls and younger women are looking for a way to get through school or get by during their 20s with companionship. Some are even looking for mentors that can help them improve their life. When it all comes down to it, they are looking for money. If you want to know more about finding a sugar daddy add me on Snapchat.

So, is there any way to talk a sugar daddy into give you a monthly credit card or allowance so you will know how much you have. One of the toughest parts of life in college or the 20s is not knowing how much money you are going to have at the end of the month. If you have a credit card with a limit of $5000 or a $3000 monthly allowance, at least you will know what you have at the beginning or end of every single month.

Maybe you need help paying your rent, the maintenance of your car or paying college tuition. Some sugar babies are looking for money to help pay the bills or pay off credit card debt. With a willing sugar daddy, you can make money with companionship. This ranges from phone calls to going to actual events to taking vacations together. That is for you to decide.

There are many sugar babies that will try to negotiate a monthly allowance up front to make their lives easier. We are much happier when we know we have money in the bank or room on a credit card. Before pushing for that AMEX Black card or a $5000 monthly allowance, it is best to get to know your potential sugar daddy and feel out how he is willing to help you through this time of your life.

If you have any other questions about getting money as a sugar baby, please feel free to comment below.

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Hi, Me and My friend both ended up being emailed by the same guy. I feel I’m pretty intuitive. He said he’s pay off my credit card and against my better judgement I gave him my info. He asked questions , and then didn’t make the payment. I had already changed my address before I gave him the info. But then he made no payment. I bugged out thinking the worse.called my credit card company and had them remove the 2 bank accounts he added, send me a new card , changed my name and password. My friend however, got… Read more »