Student Discount: Join Extra Crunch for $50 per year

Written by Toni Morrison

Graduation season is here, and to celebrate we are offering annual Extra Crunch memberships to students for half price. That’s a full year of Extra Crunch for only $50 (plus tax). To sweeten the deal, you’ll be grandfathered in at the discounted price for future years until you cancel. Take the summer to focus on getting ahead with Extra Crunch intelligence at your disposal. 

How to claim the discount:

  • Use a .edu or university email address and send a message to our customer support team at Please let them know that you are seeking the student discount. 
  • The team will respond within 24 hours with a unique link to claim your discount.

With Extra Crunch membership, students receive more than 100 exclusive articles delivered per month, including weekly investor surveys, market analysis and how-tos and interviews on fundraising, growth, monetization and other work topics. You also can browse and use more efficiently without the distraction of banner ads, and stay up-to-date through our Extra Crunch members-only newsletter.

Another benefit of Extra Crunch is discounts on events and services. If you have interest in attending TechCrunch events, you’ll be able to save 20% on tickets. Once you join, all you have to do is reach out to our customer service team to receive a discount code for any TechCrunch event. If you are interested in purchasing software or workplace tools, we have a series of benefits called Partner Perks that unlock discounts on AWS, Typeform, DocSend, Crunchbase and more.

Extra Crunch is currently available in the U.S., Canada, U.K. and select European countries. If you are outside of the supported regions, you will not be able to take advantage of this deal. 

About the author

Toni Morrison

Toni is the Senior Writer at Main Street Mobile. She loves to write about the Internet and startups. She loves to read stories of startups and share it with the audience. She is basically a Tech Entrepreneur from Orlando. Previously, She was a philosophy professor. To get in touch with Matt for news reports you can email him on or reach her out on social media links given below.

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