Your website indicates that the price for each session is $35 apiece if purchased in advance (http://www.judge-n-jury.com/policies-n-faqs.html). Can you tell us how you came up with the $65 list price that the Groupon claims gives us a more than 50% discount?
Amy P. asked on Oct 7, 2012
Sorry for any confusion. It is never our intention to mislead anyone about the value of a Groupon.
The value and discount percentage listed on each deal reflect the regular full price for that product or service. If the business offers other temporary discounts or decides to change their standard pricing after their deal is featured, the relative savings and value might change.
Unfortunately, we cannot foresee or control these changes. That said, we work very hard to make sure that the deals we feature are the best in town.
I hope this helps to clarify the situation.
Marty S. from Self replied on Oct 8, 2012