Today is the last day to get extra early-bird Disrupt SF tickets

Okay Disrupt fans, you’ve procrastinated long enough. Today is the last day to get extra early-bird tickets to Disrupt SF 2017 — so if you want to go to the best startup show in San Francisco for the cheapest possible price, now is the time to act.

Seriously, you need to go and get your tickets now. Like, now now. You can get your tickets here.

Phew! Now that you’ve gotten the ticket and the pressure is off, here’s everything that extra early-bird ticket gets you.

For starters, you’ll get to check out a few dozen promising early-stage startups as they pitch our panel of judges in the illustrious Startup Battlefield competition. Battlefield companies compete for the chance to win $ 50,000, the coveted Disrupt Cup and, perhaps most importantly, the attention of the press and tech community at large.

Then, you’ll hear from our incredible lineup of speakers in a series of lectures and interviews that take place throughout the three-day conference. We’re just getting started building our top-tier lineup of speakers and judges, like Adi Tatarko, Alon Cohen, Kevin Durant, Kirsten Green and Sebastian Thrun, and there are plenty of other heavy-hitters coming down the line in the next few weeks.

Next, you’ll peruse Startup Alley, where hundreds of companies demo their products and services to the thousands of Disrupt attendees, and end each day by attending the after-parties that keep the good times going long after the show floor closes for the day.

Today is the last day to save $ 1,200 by getting extra early-bird Disrupt tickets, so be sure to hit up our ticketing page today to save.

Disrupt SF 2017 takes place September 18-20 at San Francisco’s beautiful, massive Pier 48. We can’t wait to see you all there.

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