Our Valentine’s Day Gift to You

Valentine’s Day tends to inspire strong feelings in both its proponents and its detractors, but one thing we can all agree on? The desirability of the heavily discounted candy that appears in stores starting on February 15th.

And this year, there’s another desirable discount unifying these two sharply divided camps — Blueprint LSAT’s Valentine’s Day sale is serving up discounts on our highly-reviewed books and classroom courses from right this very moment until Friday, February 16th at 6 pm PST.

Our library includes The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games and The Blueprint for Reading Comprehension. Whether you’re just dipping your toe into the pool of LSAT studying, or have been studying for a while but want to review some key concepts, these books give you the run-down on the best approaches, strategies, and tricks. And until Friday, you can get them for the lowest price we’ve ever offered — $39.00 on Amazon. For those keeping track at home, that’s a discount of 40%!

And of course, our classroom courses need no introduction — but I’ll give you one anyway. We’ve got personable and interesting (and handsome!) instructors who have all scored at least a 170 on a real LSAT. We’ve got an industry-leading average score increase of 11 points from the first to the last practice test (and that includes all of our students — as you may know from studying Flaw questions, sample sizes matter). We’ve got adaptive homework that changes based on your strengths and weaknesses, and illustrated video explanations of the questions you’ll encounter. And you can get $200 off all that by using the code LOVEBP when you enroll by this Friday at 6 pm Pacific.

The real Saint Valentine is probably kinda lukewarm on his day, given that he was decapitated. But then, if he had been studying for the LSAT and had access to these types of deals, maybe he’d feel differently.

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