Attention, budget-conscious tech enthusiasts. Today is the last day to get Disrupt SF tickets at the deeply discounted extra-early-bird price point of $1,795 apiece — $1,200 off the full ticket price and $200 cheaper than they’ll be tomorrow.
So seriously, stop what you’re doing and get over to our ticketing page right now to get your extra-early-bird tickets to the best startup show in the Bay Area. That ticket is your all-access pass to Disrupt, getting you into all of the events, parties and after-parties that take place during the show.
You’ll get to watch a few dozen startups take part in the illustrious Startup Battlefield competition, in which they’ll be vying for the $50,000 grand prize, the coveted Disrupt Cup and, perhaps even more importantly, the attention of investors, press and the rest of the tech community watching in person and online.
You also will be able to check out hundreds of early-stage startups on display in Startup Alley and Hardware Alley, pitching their products and services to the thousands of attendees on the show floor on all three days of the show. Plus, with all the parties and after-parties, you can keep those good times going long after the show floor closes.
And that’s not to mention the series of interviews and fireside chats with some of the best and brightest minds in the business. Past speakers include the likes of Mark Cuban, Houzz CEO and co-founder Adi Tatarko and Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, to name just a few.
With all the awesome things we have planned for you at Disrupt, you’re definitely going to want to be there, and you might as well save $1,200 by getting an extra-early-bird ticket before the prices jump on Saturday, June 25.
You can get your tickets to Disrupt here.
Disrupt SF 2016 runs from September 12-14 at San Francisco’s lovely Pier 48, and we can’t wait to see you all there.
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