Earn Free Dough With Blueprint’s Summer Referral Program

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Blueprint’s spring LSAT prep classes are well underway, and we hope you’re having a blast and making strides in your studies. With a little over a month to go until the June LSAT, you’re still on the uphill climb of your LSAT prep — so hang in there, and you’ll be ready for LSAT test day before you know it.

In the meantime, we’ve got a new referral program going on right now that might pique your interest and the interest of anyone who’s taken one of our LSAT prep courses. That is, of course, if you like free money.

Here’s the scoop:

If you are a former Blueprint student or you are currently enrolled in one of Blueprint’s live spring 2012 LSAT prep courses and you refer a friend who signs up for one of our live summer 2012 LSAT prep courses in one of nine select locations, you’ll get a check for $200 and your friend will receive a $200 discount off the price of the LSAT class. And you can refer as many people as you want. Three referrals? Six-hundred bucks. Thirty referrals? Six thousand bucks (and probably a thank you card from us).

Now, the person you refer must enroll over the phone and mention you by your full name — and only students who enroll in one of our summer courses in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, Miami, New York, Philadelphia and Seattle are eligible. Sorry, our online LSAT prep course does not apply. Also, there are no retroactive discounts; so if your name isn’t mentioned during the over-the-phone enrollment, neither party will receive a referral award. And remember: You must have taken a Blueprint course in the past or be currently enrolled in one of Blueprint’s live spring 2012 LSAT prep courses in order to qualify for the referral.

There are no exceptions to any of these stipulations.

What are you waiting for? Start texting your buds!

If you have any questions, ask in the comments or call 888-4-BP-PREP.

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