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Referrals: Refer a team, have a free month



Since we launched almost two years ago, we have found that word-of-mouth referrals have been our greatest source of growing our user base. Now, we want to give back to those that have been such outspoken advocates of our tool! We are pleased to announce our new referral system.

For the Referrers:

You will now see on the MANAGE TEAMS screen, a small dashboard highlighting your referral history. As your referral code is claimed by new teams, your account will be automatically credited $10. There is no cap to your referral balance. On your payment date, we will first deduct your available referral balance before charging your credit card. If your referral balance exceeds your monthly balance, enjoy your free month!

See your Referral Bonus dashboard at the bottom of the MANAGE TEAMS screen.

For the Referred:

We don't want new users to feel left out! For claiming a friend's referral code, you will also receive a free month for each team that you create. You will be immediately eligible to begin building your own referral balance. To claim a friend's referral code, enter the code in the REFERRAL CODE input field on the Subscription Summary panel. You can only claim one Referral Code at the beginning of your Lacrosse Lab subscription.


Thank you for all of your support! We are excited to be able to give back to our dedicated users!

-Eric & Ryan


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