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Biggest deal you ever sold?

Let's start a nice round of bragging: what's the biggest deal you sold? Can be anything from new business or renewal to add-on and any number, just tell us what happened!


Mine was a 152K pilot renewal off a 11K pilot. They went from 8 people in their team using our solution to their entire org using it. Felt amazing when the contract came in. I work in Tech sales btw.


Let's see those sick deals everyone closed!!

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CadenceCombat
Tycoon
+13
Account Executive
250K TCV. Nothing Earth shattering but nothing to sneer at.
JordanB
Opinionated
+3
Senior Relationship Manager
Solid.
Sales4what
Opinionated
+5
Co-Founder & VP Sales @ PLURiTy
2.3 million selling backpacks into costco with a 2 year contract, I still cant believe i did it
JordanB
Opinionated
+3
Senior Relationship Manager
That's sick. How did you do it though?
Sales4what
Opinionated
+5
Co-Founder & VP Sales @ PLURiTy
I met the buyer one night in Vegas, took them out to downtown Vegas and didn’t tell them who I was or what company I worked for. Got there business card, shopped the store and identified a niche market where my product would fit in at 200 flag ship warehouses. Understanding there import and price needs (they typically mark up 14% and need the cheapest price in 25 miles), I altered the materials and product slightly, called the buyer, recapped and she agreed to check it out. I think I played it pretty it off pretty good. Still my best story to dateΒ 
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CuriousFox
WR Officer
+13
Senior Account Executive
$2.8M. New biz. Took almost 2 years but I stole them from their long term vendor. 🐐
Da
DaveFromCollege
Notorious Answer
+7
Account Executive
Biggest deal I personally sold is 40k upfront, with 5k ARR
Biggest deal I have set up as SDR is 700k ARR
Jo
JordyA
Good Citizen
+1
Director of Enterprise Sales
$1.6 Million ARR, took 18 months for us to win.
LordOfWar
Big Shot
+12
Director
So far the biggest standalone was $7.25m, but I did close two deals under the same project and to the same customer that total ~$12.3m
nancyz
Executive
+8
PM @Bravado
Yall should drop theseΒ πŸ”₯ stories on the win wire:Β  https://bravado.co/war-room/posts/new?category=deal_story
SalesPharaoh
Big Shot
+10
AM BDR
My biggest deal isn't anything fancy in terms of techniques.
I just kept being persistent for now 1 year and 9 months to close with the biggest food delivery mobile application in the region.Β 

If you look at my emails and follow ups i sent 18 emails until I got a 1st response. Following up weekly. Then when I had a number i reached out over WhatsApp insisting on our value proposition.

Then came the technical and the bidding. (Which i was competing against billion dollar worth comps) in a total. In total the company we signed deals that include 3 countries in the region and luckily the three biggest ones each worth 100kUSD in revenue per year. It ain't much but it's a big deal in our sms industry and for the region.
MoskitoFunk
Account Manager
600k new business deal to a small gaming startup. We started with an agreement of 10k marketing campaign that become 600k total investment in 3 months. What about you @FarmingUΒ ?
FarmingU
Politicker
+11
Account Manager
Wow @MoskitoFunkΒ thatΒ΄s a huge Deal!Β 

I have worked in 2 industries, Retail, which I sold a 900K€ for a Incentive&Loyalty Catalog (year basis) and in the Tech Industry 50K€ ( year basis also ). I thought in tech I would sell bigger deals hahahaha
devopsdude
Opinionated
+1
Account Executive
350K
rekled
Opinionated
+2
Strategic Account Executive
$250k. but i'm working on a deal that is $2.5M. it should close by EOY.Β 
sa
salesbum
Good Citizen
Outside sales rep
$10 pokemon cards

popepius
OG Sales Savage
+7
Enterprise Sales Lead
For a new customer, $105k for a third of the org's branches.Β 

For a renewal, I've got 3 that are re-signing at over $125k each after only being ~$30k deals up to now.Β 
saasesforthemaases
Tycoon
+5
Account Manager, West
$13m 1 year deal to one of the largest companies in the world. 30 person team delivering a programmatic service as an extension of the company. Had to convince our CRO that we could deliver, begged him on the day to sign, and we crushed the delivery.Β 
Th
Theloanemperor
Opinionated
+5
Loan Officer
$1,900,000 cash out refinance of a mortgage
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