TechSideline.com announces a rate change, effective immediately, to our monthly and annual subscriptions.
VERY IMPORTANT: ALL OF OUR SUBSCRIPTIONS AUTO-RENEW, SO PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING CAREFULLY. We include instructions on how to cancel auto-renewal, as well as instructions to NOT renew early.
- Our monthly subscription will increase to $8.49 per month.
- Our annual subscription will increase to $84.99 per year.
Your subscription – monthly or annual – will renew automatically at the new rate. You don’t need to do anything to stay on board as a subscriber. (The only exception to auto-renewal are our student subscriptions, which do not auto-renew and are now $29.99 per year.)
Please DO NOT renew early; this will result in double-charges in our system. Simply let your subscription reach its expiration date, and it will renew automatically.
If you are not sure you wish to renew at the new pricing, we ask first, if you haven’t read our “State of the TechSideline.com Union 2018” series, to do so here. If you wish to cancel, you must turn off recurring billing. To do so, make sure you’re logged into the site, click here, and look for the “Cancel Subscription” link. (If you don’t see the link, it’s because your subscription was previously canceled.) Click it, and your subscription will not automatically renew upon expiration. You’ll still be a subscriber for the duration of your subscription, but it will not automatically renew when it expires. If you are unable to stay on board as a subscriber at the new price, we thank you for your support as a subscriber to TechSideline.com and hope to have you back on board someday.
As we detailed in our recent State of the TechSideline.com Union 2018 series, an increased subscription price will provide us with the funding to improve our coverage, enabling us to afford newer/better equipment, more travel, additional writers, and new initiatives to improve our site and its offerings. It will also provide us with the additional revenue to ensure that we remain for a long time as a strong and viable business in this ultra-competitive market.
This is our second major recent announcement, along with the news that we have relocated to the Virginia Tech Corporate Research Center to improve our ability to cover Virginia Tech athletics. Please look for more announcements throughout the summer, as we revamp our business and our offerings for you, the fans of Virginia Tech and TechSideline.com.
If you have any questions for us, please email us at [email protected], and we’ll attempt to answer your email as soon as possible, but it may take a while, as we expect a lot of emails following this announcement.
Thank you for your support of TechSideline.com!