Good News: Blueprint LSAT Prep’s Referral Program is Back

  • /Reviewed by: Matt Riley
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    Has the arrival of NFL Sundays immeasurably improved anyone else’s mood? It did mine, and I expect it did for all football fans, even if you started Matthew Stafford over Robert Griffin III in fantasy (good one, dummy).

    If you’re not a football fan, however, here’s something else that should get you excited: Blueprint LSAT Prep’s referral program is back. We gave away Gatorade buckets of discounts for our summer LSAT classroom course, and we’re ready to do it again for the fall.

    How’s it work? Let’s huddle up:

    If you’ve taken a Blueprint LSAT Prep course (in-class) and refer someone else who signs up for our 2012 fall LSAT prep course (again, in-class only), you’ll receive $200 and the person who enrolls will get a $100 discount off his or her LSAT course.

    The referral program only applies for locations outside of California, and the student who enrolls must do so over the phone and mention the person who referred them. After enrollment, the referral bonus is no longer in play.

    Repeat: If you fail to mention a name during the phone call to enroll, you will not receive the $100 discount, and the referee will not receive $200. Don’t overlook this stipulation, because it could lead to some anger on the part of the person who referred you, especially if that person is Jim Harbaugh.

    To qualify you must sign up before our fall LSAT prep classes begin the weekend of October 6 (or Week 5 of the NFL season for those of us on “football time”). Also, there is no limit on the number of people one student can refer, and each time you do so, it’ll pocket you $200. Not a bad deal, huh?

    If you have any questions about the Blueprint LSAT Prep referral program, hit us up in the comments, email us at, or call us at 888-4-BP-PREP.

    If the start of the NFL regular season didn’t improve your mood, hopefully the arrival of our referral program does. And if you’re thinking about celebrating by dunking over a goal post, please be advised: If you can’t dunk over the goal post, don’t try to dunk over the goal post.

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