Get ‘The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games’ – Fo’ Free!



There’s no such thing as a free lunch. But you know what is free (for a limited time)? The Kindle version of The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games!

Um, so… the giveaway actually, really, officially starts on Monday, July 20th at 10AM PST and ends on Friday, July 24th at 5PM. Yes, dear reader – this post, like Channing Tatum and the promise of delicious fat free potato chips, is a big tease. The real deal happens on Monday.

But that doesn’t mean you can’t get excited now. And, we’re allowing you to pre-reserve your copy!

How to pre-reserve your copy:

1) Like us on Facebook. Yep, we’re shamelessly trolling for social media love. Once you’ve done that:

2) Send an email to with the subject line Games Book Giveaway and your full name so we can check that you liked us on Facebook. (Yes, you’ll be subjected to a newsletter from BP when we get your email, but you can unsubscribe right away. And, who knows, you may actually like the newsletter, as it’s full of useful LSAT, application, and law school information.) We’ll also use this email address to send you the book and also to remind you about a month from now to:

3) Write an honest, unbiased review of the book at Amazon, Google Books, or another site (we’ll send you the link in about a month).

4) Remember, don’t expect to get your free copy until Monday, since that is when the giveaway officially starts!

A word about the book:

The Blueprint for LSAT Logic Games is 565 pages of educational deliciousness, and it’s designed to take you from absolute beginner to Logic Game ninja in just a few short weeks. The book will take you through Blueprint’s best-in-the-industry methods and strategies – the same ones that are taught in our classroom and online courses – all of which you will apply to 35 actual, recent LSAT Logic Games.

The book also comes with access for a year to video explanations of 35 real LSAT games as taught by Matt Riley, one of Blueprint’s founders and a guy who just happens to have never missed a Logic Games question on a real LSAT.

That’s it! Except don’t forget to pass this along your pre-law buddies. They’ll love you forever and ever.

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