High Ticket Blueprint Review: Nate Hurst & Clayton Williams Course

Nate Hurst and Clayton Williams claim to have made $100,000 in 30 Days by only selling 38 products online and will show you exactly how they did it, in this course, High Ticket Blueprint.

Course is also called, High Ticket Empire on the sales page.

The profit margin they made is 20-40% and they claim to show you how to:

  • Find the best high ticket products to sell
  • Earn over $500 per sale
  • Get approved with suppliers
  • Build a business that lasts years
  • Get buyers to your store
  • Build a high converting store
  • Compete with established brands
  • Automate order processing.

Who is Nate Hurst?

There is limited information online as to who he is. From the sales page we can see he started his eCommerce journey in 2018 and in one year was able to dropout of college aged 17 and move into a luxury apartment in California.

Now he claims to be on track to be the youngest millionaire in his hometown..ok…

Who is Clayton Williams?

According to Clayton Williams, aged 22, he is the owner of multiple 6 and 7 figure businesses using paid traffic and SEO and is now keen to help teach students how to achieve financial freedom and create a life of fulfillment.

Both spoke at Spencer Vann’s, Millionaire Millennial Summit in late 2018.

High Ticket Blueprint Review

high ticket blueprint review

The course offers 8 modules along with a resource section. Currently the course costs $997 and is available as a 2 part payment of $599. Logic would suggest buying outright as you’ll save $198.

The course is split up into the following content:

  • Module 1: Introduction/Picking Products
  • Module 2: Store Creation/Supplier Contact
  • Module 3: Backend/Pricing/Product Import
  • Module 4: Conversion Hacks/Tips & Tricks
  • Module 5: Google Ads Shopping
  • Module 6: Optimization
  • Module 7: Automation
  • Module 8: Mindset of a Billionaire
  • Resources: Links to FB/Shopify/Q+A.

The course is very short, some modules only include a couple of videos. For example module eight included one video. Module six also included three videos.

Remember the course is $997, I was expecting well over 50+ videos but there is less than 25 videos in the entire course. There is limited information in store setup and the Google Ads section was very short.

For the content that is included, it does offer value. The video and audio content is good, videos are quite long but in my opinion they were quite hard to follow.

There was no mention of other methods such as Facebook, Instagram or Snapchat. There was also no SEO which is actually a good way to promote high ticket items and is beneficial in the long term.

There was also limited information on dealing with chargebacks, refunds, fraud and cashflow issues which will cause issues for high ticket drop shipping. I know from experience.

High Ticket Blueprint Refunds

You must take action before you can get a refund. You need to do the following within 30 days before requesting your money back:

  • set up a complete mock store with shogun app.
  • gone through half of mentorship.
  • contacted at least 15 suppliers by email or phone.
  • must provide proof that they have a live store.
  • made an effort to launch a google shopping Ad.

High Ticket Blueprint Verdict

This course was super short and definitely not worth $997 in my opinion. You can be your own judge as to how much content is needed to justify such a price but for me there was lots of content lacking.

Some modules only had one, two or three videos. Others included few videos such as Store Setup, conversion optimization and even the primary module, Google Ads had only a few short videos.

If you look at what was provided on the sales page, they do actually cover all these topics so you are getting what you paid for. I think you’ll be left with a lot of questions after buying the course.

It’s good to see you get access to an exclusive Facebook membership group but at the time of print there was only 4 members so unsure how much help you’re going to get from other students.

Best Course Alternative?

For $197/297 you can buy eCom Elites which offers clearly the most detailed and up to date course on the market with over 175+ videos on all the topics covered in this course, plus missing content such as Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Pinterest, Email marketing, chat bots, SEO and sales funnels.

Read the full review and see for yourself.

High Ticket Blueprint promised a lot and failed to deliver in my opinion. It looks like a simple course created recently and there is so much more they could have included. There are far better courses on the market that offer far more value at the same price.


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  • High Ticket Blueprint Review.

Last Updated on April 30, 2019 by Rhys Dale

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1 thought on “High Ticket Blueprint Review: Nate Hurst & Clayton Williams Course”

  1. Hey Rhys,
    I hope you are doing well. This review is outstanding. Unfortunately, I found it after I purchased the course. After going through many of the modules I noticed the same issues you mentioned in this review. I am currently in the process of getting a refund.

    What steps did you take to get a refund on this course?

    Thanks again and I will be looking at more of your reviews when making decisions on my dropshipping journey.


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