If your Rocket Math subscription has expired

What if your subscription to the Rocket Math “filing cabinet on the web” has expired?

If you are still using Rocket Math, please consider renewing your subscription now.  


I think subscriptions that renew automatically, even when you aren’t using them, are a rip-off, so we don’t use them.  With Rocket Math you will need to take action to renew your subscription.

If you can’t log-in to the page shown below, here is how to reset your password. 

How to Renew your subscription–in 2 steps.

1.  Click into the Subscription Manager page.

Once you are logged into your account you’ll see the blue header and in the center (outlined in yellow in the picture) you’ll see “Subscription Manager.”  Clicking on that will take you to your account page.

2.  Click on the Renew Subscription button. 

Your account page will look like this. The top bar has tabs including one to Renew Subscription.  Click on that and you can choose which type of  subscription you would like (Basic or Universal) and what size (individual, 3 teachers, 6 teachers or Whole School) and then choose your method of payment (credit card, PayPal, or Purchase Order).


 Thank you for your support.

Dr. Don

Rocket Math: Because going fast is more fun.


7 thoughts on “If your Rocket Math subscription has expired

  1. Hello! Our school was using the trial subscription and is going to be subscribing in the fall for the whole elementary! Would it be possible to extend our free trial until May 24th when school is out for the year? I know it is a big ask, but the students were loving it and I would like to give them the opportunity to work on their fluency a few more days. Thank you for your consideration!
    -0 Christa Schneider

  2. Elanora State School. Hi i have just returned from leave and have noticed our Rocket Maths subscription has expired. Could you please let me know what email address you have on record that the emails to renew have gone to please.

  3. I am trying to get our district (or maybe just our school or even just my class) to purchase Rocket Math. My 4th grade students still do not know their multiplication facts. My students last year loved the online version, but I would be happy with either. I’m on a teacher’s salary (haha). Is there a way to get a discounted price until my district makes a decision? I’m desperate!

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