So just how much does The Bachelor in Paradise cast get paid? This rendition of the show is a spinoff and features alumni from past seasons of the main show. Though the life the live seems lavish enough, they are very much compensated for their time. But fans have begun to wonder just how much. The show has been on since 2014, and has quite a following. What is very interesting and come as a shock to most people is the fact that there is a pay difference between female and male cast members. Something that is not sitting well with fans. Furthermore, you might be surprised to find out how much (or little) they actually make.
What is also interesting is that the contestants trying to win the heart of the lead make nothing. It turns out they tend to lose money when they factor in clothing and lifestyle. The leads, on the other hand, make $100,000.00 a season. Honestly, kind of a large difference. So what about everyone else?
Bachelor in Paradise Cast Gets Paid
“Fans are curious how much the BIP stars get paid for their time. According to Stylecaster, some alums of the show have shared what that amount is. There are three different ways they can get paid: per day, episode, or given a flat rate. Depending on the influence a cast member could have on BIP, which Well Adams helped host before, the salary is adjusted. The typical paycheck a contestant receives is usually around $400 per day. Dean Unglert from The Bachelorette season 13 said he was offered $400 per day to be on Bachelor In Paradise season 6, but he asked for $800. They eventually settled on $600 a day. If Dean had stayed the whole time, he would have received $12,600 for the summer.”
So how much does the cast of The Bachelor in Paradise make? Seemingly a not as much as you initially may have thought. Definitely not as much as people assumed, though. With everything factored in, they make from $2,800 to $12,600 a season. Kind of blows some peoples minds to find out. People just assumed cast members get money thrown at them. That just doesn’t seem to be the case.
Getting paid to party in Mexico with beautiful people, huh? Where do I sign up?