FoundersCard, the service that brings executive-style perks to today's entrepreneurs has just added a number of new benefits for its members, including a free TripIt pro account (typically worth $49), 15% off LegalZoom (to hire a lawyer online), 15% off and $30 of free credit at GroundLink (an on-demand and ride-later cab service), 20% off at business card maker Moo.com, and 5% off Virgin America.
The company, which just celebrated its second birthday in January, was created by serial entrepreneur Eric Kuhn, who wanted to see company founders have access to the same types of exclusive rates, elite programs and networking opportunities that have been typically reserved for top execs at public companies.
Today, the service provides members with access to exclusive events and parties, as well as year-round discounts at big hotel chains (Four Seasons, Viceroy, etc.), companies like Gilt City ($25 free credit), AT&T (10% off), Indochino Custom Suits (20% off), TaskRabbit (15% off), Seamless (10% off), Zipcar (up to 20% off), instant "Silver access" on Virgin Atlantic (and the ability to fast-track to "Gold" after buying two first class tickets), and more.
As it moves into its second year, FoundersCard now has over 5,000 members, over half of which are tech company founders, and it's now poised to head into Europe.
To celebrate the new deals, FoundersCard is offering TechCrunch readers a discount. The service usually costs $495 a year, but you can use this coupon to get in for life at $295 a year: FCTECH12. To get the deal, just use the code when you sign up here.