Anniversary Sale: Get 1 year of Extra Crunch for $99

Last February we launched Extra Crunch, and today we’re celebrating its one-year anniversary. As a token of appreciation to our readers, we’re offering a limited-time deal for annual Extra Crunch membership. From now until the end of February, new users signing up for Extra Crunch in the U.S. can get a full year of membership for only $99 plus tax (normally priced at $150/year). 

Get Extra Crunch membership for only $99 (plus tax) here.

Extra Crunch is our membership program and it features how-tos and guides on company building, intelligence on the most disruptive opportunities for startups, a dedicated newsletter, no banner ads, 20% discounts on all TechCrunch events, a series of community perks for annual members and more.  

Since launching Extra Crunch, we’ve published more than 1,000 articles on fundraising, early-stage investing, startup PR and other topics targeted to entrepreneurs and investors. In addition to TechCrunch writers, we’ve run contributions from Julian Shapiro at Demand Curve, Jake Saper at Emergence Capital, Rory O’Driscoll at Scale and many others.

Some of our top stories from the past year:

We hope you stay engaged with the TechCrunch community through Extra Crunch. Our focus has and always will be on building a strong relationship with our readers, and we hope you will continue to support us. 

Extra Crunch is currently only available to users in the U.S., Canada, U.K. and some European countries, but we are actively looking to expand support in 2020. Extra Crunch is already offered at a discounted rate to users outside the U.S., so unfortunately the $99 price point only applies to users in the U.S.  

If you are a monthly Extra Crunch subscriber and want to upgrade to an annual plan to claim the deal, please navigate to My Account (while logged in). Under the “subscriptions” tab, there is a way to upgrade.

If you have questions about this deal or Extra Crunch, please reach out to

Readers can sign up for Extra Crunch for $99/year (plus tax) here.

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