I agree. Neither works with to. Sorry, my confusion.That was my point. But differs to (and for me) different to do not work.
To say for the millionth time, I have heard DIFFERENT TO my whole life. It was actually quoted by my schoolteachers as one of the most common grammatical mistakes made in England.
It was said by the same social group that would say "I ain't got no money" (or satisfaction!)