Stratechery subscriptions are great gifts, and can be paired with merchandise.
How it works:
- You will be asked for the recipient’s name, email address, the day on which you wish the gift to be delivered (by email), and given the opportunity to add a personalized message.
You will then be asked for your name, email address, and payment information.
On the day you selected, the recipient will automatically be sent an email with your message and a link to activate their subscription (they can choose a different email address at that time). If the recipient is already a Stratechery subscriber, then the gift will be added on to the end of their current subscription.
No. Your payment information will not be associated with the new subscription (and, as is the case with all Stratechery accounts, all payment information is stored with Stripe, not on this site). When the subscription expires the recipient will have the opportunity to renew with their own credit card (or, you can give another gift — see the next question).
If the recipient already has a Stratechery subscription, then the gift will simply extend that subscription by another year. For example, if their current subscription is set to expire on November 1, 2018, a one-year gift will extend their subscription to November 1, 2019.
No problem. When the recipient receives their gift they will be able to create a new account with any email address they choose (or use an account they may have previously created on Stratechery).
No. You do not need to be a Stratechery subscriber to buy a gift. If you want to buy a monthly or annual subscription for yourself, please visit this page.
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