so the fine print says limit one per person, but you offer the chance to buy up to three, not sure if that is 3 for the same person on three different occasions or what can you let me know. thanks
Rita B. asked on Jun 6, 2013
Limit 1 per person refers to the number of Groupons you can buy. An individual Groupon can be valid for one, two or three lessons. All the lessons must be used by the same person.
Sammy T. from Groupon replied on Jun 6, 2013
Limit one per person simply means that one person my use a groupon. You can buy up to 5 for other people as gifts but you can only use one of them for yourself. If the groupon you buy has 3 lessons in it, then only you can use those 3 lessons.
Bing M. from Merchant replied on Jun 7, 2013