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Chemistry's FREE this January Weekend - 2011

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This weekend all Chemistry users will be able to communicate for free. This promotion starts first thing, Friday January 7, and runs Saturday, and all day Sunday January 9. Free communication means that any member of Chemistry can send and receive email from any other Chemistry member. This is at no cost and with no credit card required.

This is a busy time of year for online dating which means it is an excellent time to try out Chemistry to see if it is the right dating site for you. Chemistry's in-depth profile and matchmaking system make it ideal for singles looking for a long-term relationship and marriage.

The last free communication weekend was held in November (see Story). This upcoming one will be Chemistry.com's 12th they have run. For more information on this online dating site that matches you with members based on personality, you can read our review of Chemistry.

Chemistry's FREE this November Weekend

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Chemistry is having a free weekend again soon. It runs for 3 days and starts Friday November 19 and ends Sunday November 21. During this free communication weekend all users will be able to communicate by sending emails at no cost and with no credit card required. Creating a profile and receiving matches are also always free at Chemistry.com.

These free weekends at Chemistry always means it will be extra busy at the dating site since more singles will be visiting to take advantage of the free promotion. Chemistry also steps up their marketing efforts by advertising the free weekend on TV.

The last free communication weekend was held in October (see Story). This upcoming one will be Chemistry.com's 11th they have run. For more information on this online dating site that matches you with members based on personality, you can read our Chemistry.com review.

Chemistry's FREE this October Weekend

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The online dating site Chemistry is having a free communication weekend starting this Friday October 8, 2010 and ending Sunday October 10, 2010 at midnight. During this 72 hour period all visitors will be able to create a profile and take the personality test to become a Chemistry.com member. Once completed, you then will receive personalized matches. From here you can communicate with these matches at no cost, by expressing interest and sending emails.

This is Chemistry.com's 10th time they have run a free communication weekend. The last one was held in late August (see Story). For more details on this popular matchmaking service please check out our review of Chemistry.com.

Chemistry's FREE this August Weekend

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Opps, we missed this Chemistry free weekend by a day. Still, it is not too late to give them a try since the free communication weekend ends Sunday, August 22, 2010 at midnight. What does a free communication weekend give you at Chemistry.com you may ask? Well, a new member will be able to create a profile, take the personality test, receive matches and communicate with those matches, all at no cost and with no credit card required. You receive most features that a paid member at Chemistry would.

The last Chemistry free communication weekend was during the same weekend in July (see Story). This type of promotion is the ninth time Chemistry has run one. To find out more information on this popular dating service which delivers highly targeted matches based on your personality, read our Chemistry.com review.

Chemistry's FREE this July Weekend

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Chemistry.com is planning a Free Weekend starting Friday July 23rd, 2010 and ending Sunday, July 25th, 2010. During this weekend no Credit Card is required to use almost all the functions of this popular matchmaking dating site. This includes creating a profile, taking the personality test, receiving highly targeted matches and communicating with them as well.

Chemistry works because of the match system behind their fun and interactive personality test. You not only answer unique and thought provoking multiple choice questions, you will be asked to analysis situations and images. All this information is then used to determine your personality type, and is then compared and matched with other Chemistry members. On this dating site you will only be contacted by members who are determined to be a good match for you and not by people just searching through a long list of members. This makes Chemistry the ideal choice for singles who are only interested in a long-term relationship.

This Flirtathon is the 8th time Chemistry has offered a free weekend for members. The last Chemistry.com free weekend for communication happened at the end of April (see Story). To find out more information on this dating service which does the matching for you, read our Chemistry.com review.

Chemistry's FREE this Weekend

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Chemistry is offering a free communication weekend starting this Friday, April 30, 2010 and ending Sunday, May 2nd, 2010. This 72 hour event allows all free members of Chemistry to not only create a profile and be matched with other singles for free, but members will be able to communicate with all members for no cost. Plus, no credit card is required!

If a dating service which matches you on your personality is of interest to you then you have no better weekend to try Chemistry out than now. These free weekends have become quite popular for them with online daters. This is because Chemistry.com's detailed personality test combined with their guided communication and dating process (called 1-2-3 Meet) is a sure-fire way to meet singles looking for a long term relationship and/or marriage.

The last Chemistry.com free weekend for communication happening in March (see Story). This new promotion marks the 7th time Chemistry has offered a free weekend for members. For further details about this online matchmaking service, please read our review of Chemistry.