How to Increase Your Sugar Daddy Allowance Pt 1

Okay, Sugar Babies, it’s time to talk about something I know you’re eager to learn about: how to get a bigger allowance from your Sugar Daddy.

But before you start envisioning yourself wearing lower cut tops or pleading with him for more money, stop right there. I’m going to reveal a strategy to you that harnesses the power of psychology and marketing, so your Sugar Daddy will practically be begging you to accept his higher allowance.

Don’t believe me? Read on!
It’s common knowledge that pricing products or services is an ongoing battle with human psychology. If your price is too low, people may think it’s junk. If it’s too high, they may think it’s a rip-off.

Now, let’s assume you’re seeking an allowance from your Sugar Daddy. How could you negotiate a higher amount and have Sugar Daddies gladly pay it?

It’s all about perception!

The Power of Perception

Let’s say you’re lying on a beach on a hot day. For the last hour you’ve been thinking about how much you want a nice cold bottle of your favorite beer. Your friend gets up to make a phone call and says,
“Hey, want a beer?”

The only place nearby where beer is sold is a run-down grocery store. How much money would you give your friend for the beer?

Remember how much you gave him and reread the question. This time around, replace “run-down grocery store” with “fancy hotel.” How much money would you give your friend now? Would it be more than before?

Most people say yes. During a research experiment, the behavior economist Richard Thaler discovered that the fancy resort’s median price was 71% higher than the run-down store’s price .

Amazing, right? You were willing to pay two drastically different prices for the same bottle of beer because your perception influenced your price limit.

Now put this within the context of being a Sugar Baby. You’d like your Sugar Daddy to give you a higher allowance, but you’re afraid he’ll say no. So you take the next logical step: You ask for less than what you really want.

But I can guarantee you this one thing: if you lowball yourself, your Sugar Daddy will immediately get suspicious as to why you’re willing to settle for less – and he won’t value you as a Sugar Baby as much.

It’s all about perception and power. Make him believe that you’re worth more by asking for more. Nine times out of ten, he’ll not only be happy to raise your allowance – he’ll be relieved you’re asking for more.

Keeping this discovery in mind, the only logical way to negotiate a higher allowance is by developing the perception of your worth.

Make sure to Sign Up for the Newsletter as I will be revealing Part 2 so you can learn how to put that new perception into allowance-boosting words!

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Comments 22

  1. jenny

    I really need more money from a sugar daddy that I’ve been seeing for 2 years

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      Taylor Jones

      In order to get more from your Sugar Daddy than what he is already providing you than you are going to have to justify why and what for. If you are looking for an increase then he of course would want to know why based on what he is doing and you would need a plausible story for the “why”. If you have been seeing your SD for 2 years my question to you: What are you doing to make your money grow? What would happen if he disappeared?

  2. Dana

    I’m talking to a Sugar Daddy that will be strictly online. I just have to occasionally get on Skype to talk and flirt and possibly play. When do I bring up allowances and how much do I ask for?

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      Taylor Jones

      Hey Dana,

      That is out of my scope on how I view a Sugar Baby/Sugar Daddy relationship to be. I cultivate relationships in which it is offline. What is forming in this case is you are becoming a Webcam girl for him. Now if this is what you want to do than I suspect you will have to look at it like a job and get paid what you feel as though you should be getting paid based on what you will be doing.

  3. Claire

    My SD boyfriend used to gladly give me money when i asked and was very generous for months. Now is getting harder and harder to get my allowance and sometimes i even feel i have to beg. I dont know if he is losing interest. What am i doing wrong?

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      Taylor Jones

      Just like with traditional relationships it can end up in a mundane routine if it isn’t handled with care. You must ask yourself has your relationship began to become predictable. What have you done to keep him wanting to be generous? You know he is losing interest based on his actions. Now what are you going to do to get it back?

  4. cloud9

    question: I’ve had guys in my life give me money time to time. but i matter spot in my life where I’m Looking for a sugar daddy lol. Any suggestions on where I should look? how I should appear?and body language?

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      Taylor Jones

      Hey Cloud9, if you are new to this lifestyle my book can serve as your guide (it can be found off Amazon). A Sugar Daddy is still a man, and where there are men it becomes your playing field. What it will come down to is how well you can market yourself. If you are seeking one-off advice you can submit you Q&A’s here: http://thesugardaddyformula.com/ask-taylor/

    2. Sean

      Perhaps my dear, if you learned how to spell and use punctuation properly that might be a start, because although a pretty face is nice a sharp mind will really get my wallet much quicker.

  5. Babygirl

    Help!!!
    My SD is a CEO and he has multiple companies, properties. I am a 21yr old SB very beautiful and very well educated (just so you guys have an idea where I stand). He says he is in love with me, even considers marrying me blah blah. When I asked for monthly allowance(4000Euros) he said his assets worths a lot but he cannot give me that much cash. Cause he still has investments, loans to pay and some other stuff. He is giving me only 1000euro/m now. But we only meet once a month for a weekend. I feel like he is just lying to me, did I really make a good deal?
    P.S he is ugly and wants to have lots of sex.

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      Taylor Jones

      If his “assets” are true, it doesn’t equate to what you can get. Something is worth what someone is willing to pay for. Reread that.

      If he has it to give and he can provide it but doesn’t, that means he can’t afford you mentally. And he can’t justify the amount of what you feel as though you are worth because you are not worth it to him. A deal is only good if YOU are happy with it. You have to consider what you are doing to get it (having sex) and lots of it as you say. Is it worth it to you?

      If you don’t know how to leverage your connection to increase more of what you are already getting, that is something you would need to look at. Not sure how to go about it. You can pick my brain without the commitment to gain a different perspective and a different approach. Don’t get caught up in the words of what he says, “he loves me, considers marrying me…etc”. His words has no value. He shows his love through his actions, if he is serious about marrying you than he will propose and you’ll have a ring and you’ll be walking down the aisle. If not, his words have no value and they are meaningless to you. ACTIONS not WORDS.

  6. Elizabeth

    I low balled myself when I was negotiating my allowance with my sugar daddy. I thought he was going to give me less than what I asked for so I wanted to start high and I said $5,000 (thinking it was actually high) and he immediately agreed. Later that night he whispered “I’m glad you only asked for $5,000” and then chuckled to himself. Our eyes met and he looked at me in a way that says ‘you should have definitely asked for a higher amount but I’ll give you what you asked for’ Is it possible for me to try and renegotiate or ask for a raise?

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      Taylor Jones

      Don’t feel as though you low-balled yourself. You asked for what you wanted. Do you have it in your hands? If so, celebrate. If not, the next step would be to actually get it. The only rule a Sugar Baby lives by is: TRUST ACTIONS. Hopefully that chuckling is a check you can cash and it ends up in your bank account. Of course you can ask for more. Everything can be negotiated. It’s how well you can negotiate to get what you want.

  7. Victoria

    I want my sugar daddy to spend more on me because its been like 1 year with him.He has done alot for me in the beginning but now he spending less than before he used to buy me expensive gifts and dresses but now he is only buying me low price stuff how can i make him like before .i never ask him for anything because i don’t like asking. He does whatever he likes to do for me and i accept it like that .i have not set any fixed allowance either it depends on him how much he likes to give me.if we do not meet for a month he probably wont give me any money.

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      Taylor Jones

      The very thing you don’t want to do is the thing that you must. If you want to work on overcoming that hurdle perhaps we should talk. Feel free to email me and we can see what working together would look like. After all, your SD doesn’t have an issue. In fact he is happy with the arrangement. He gives, and you take. And you still keep coming back. You will have to talk to him about it. It’s not what you say, but how you say it. There are more ways to skin a cat, and based on what you are are wanting more of could be positioned around what he values so that you can get it (without coming across a different way).

  8. NewSB

    I am new to the SB/SD concept. I joined SA. I quickly received messages from two very different men and different ages. The older man is very honest and forthcoming about his expectations. He asked me my goals and aspirations and gave me feed back on how to attain them. He hasn’t made a move to set up a date or mentioned setting up an arrangement. The younger guy quickly provided me with his number and we have been texting on and off. He quickly asked to set up an arrangement but lowballed me for a weekly allowance. He stated that he will accommodate my travel arrangements as well as the place we would stay. How would I go about getting the amount I want weekly with the younger guy and should I be proactive and ask to meet the older guy?

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      Taylor Jones

      Does the younger guy want to provide you in the way that you want? And does he want to. Without knowing that, you can’t get to the “How”.

      1. NewSB

        The younger guy wants to open a new bank account and deposit the money weekly. Since I am new to this sort of arrangement I am a bit skeptical. I have read many articles about scammers in the sugar bowl. How would I go about arranging a meet with the older man? Should I be upfront and mention that I want to set up a meet and arrangement? Since I’ve submitted my question another guy contacted me wanting offering $500 monthly but wanted my checking account information. I offered a PayPal alternative but he shot it down, insisting on being incognito. Frankly I don’t trust it especially when he also asked for my online banking information. Frankly I need guidance on the dos and don’ts

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          Taylor Jones

          Hey NewSB, perhaps we should talk. Here’s how I can help you: http://sugar-baby-support.thesugardaddyformula.com/ Don’t give anyone your bank info. I am sure you wouldn’t give your friends your bank info, so why trust a stranger. You shouldn’t. I created the Sugar Daddy Formula to help navigate this lifestyle. Have you read the book? If not go here. After all, there are missing things that I would need to understand and that is how you are going about this. Sugaring and escorting have a fine line of separation and a tiny mistake can shove you down the wrong road. If you don’t know any better you can end up selling yourself short.

  9. L w

    Hi,I asked my SD for something higher to start up a business and he said no. And never spoke about it again, how do I raise the issue again.

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      Taylor Jones

      There isn’t a quick fix for this, nor is finding the right words. It takes having a better understanding of your SD and what he values to better position yourself with pitching him again that doesn’t turn him off and brings him closer to you. Considering that he said “no” before, there was a reason for that. And being as though you left it at the “no” it leads me to believe that you need help with asking for what you want, pitching, negotiation, and communicating your needs to come to a happy medium. If you would like help with positioning yourself, perhaps we should talk and see how I can help you with getting back on the right track and getting more of what you want.

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