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Deal Sheet Pricing is going up in 2 days – Why we started it & who its for!

As many of you know, the reason we decided to start Last Money In was to highlight our (Alex & Zach) SPV experience having combined run 700+ SPV’s and deployed > $200m into startups. There are so many things we’ve learned and wanted to share with others interested in this space and accessing venture capital as an asset class.

After ~9 months of writing Last Money In (and now having 16k+ subscribers), we decided to build a product specifically for those interested in investing in the best and most competitive startups via SPVs. 

Deal Sheet is a paid email offering that provides accredited investors: 

  1. Access to some of the best startup opportunities across the VC syndicate ecosystem (est. 100-200 deals on Deal Sheet per year) and 

  2. All Deal Sheet deals come at discounted carry – all opportunities on Deal Sheet are listed at 10% carry (versus 20% standard) with select opportunities (at our discretion) at 0% carry. 

Here is a light overview deck on Deal Sheet.

We just sent out our 12th issue today, which included 5 deals. In looking back at our first 12 issues, we are averaging sharing about 3-4 deals per week, and some with 0% carry opportunities into companies including Kraken, Liquid Death and another 0% carry Pre-IPO one this week.

On Wednesday, our pricing will increase to better reflect the value we provide. As an early supporter, we wanted to ensure you could take advantage of our current rates before the price change. If you've been considering subscribing to Deal Sheet, we recommend joining before the end of the day tomorrow, Tuesday, as the new, higher pricing will take effect this Wednesday.

For reference, here are some additional details on what took place in Deal Sheet in the month of April.

April Deals = 20 Deals shared.

April Co-Investors included:

  • Sequoia, Thrive Capital, Union Square Ventures, Khosla Ventures, Benchmark, BoxGroup, Y Combinator, Andreessen Horowitz, Accel, General Catalyst, Tiger Global, QED, GV (Google Ventures), Accomplice, Valar Ventures, Bain Ventures, Coinbase Ventures, Paypal Ventures, Sanofi Ventures, Gradient Ventures (Google AI VC arm),  645 Ventures,  Hustle Fund & more!

Carry Savings Potential

Invest in just 1 Deal Sheet deal out of the 100-200+/year, and Deal Sheet “could” pay for itself 3x over:

  • A Deal Sheet customer invests $10k in one deal

  • The deal 10x’s (net dilution)

  • Capital Returned = $100,000

  • 10% carry paid to GP (instead of 20%) = $9k (instead of $18k)

  • Savings from being a Deal Sheet customer = $9k

  • Deal Sheet Annual Fee today (pricing going up May 1) = $3k 

  • Savings post Deal Sheet fee = $9k (3x ROI)

If you are interested and want to learn more, feel free to reach out directly or join here today!

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✍️ Written by Zachary and Alex