Putting aside the fact that schools that offer AAMPLE are lower ranked, it's a pretty big price to pay for the small possibility of being accepted. And if you're getting in conditionally, it's not likely that you'd be getting scholarships. If money is no issue, that's great. But if it is a problem, why not wait a year and work while studying to retake the LSAT?
Not to be harsh OP, but I think this is the right option if you are planning on taking out loans. Paying the sticker price for one of these schools could land you in a bad spot. For St. John's, only 20% of the Class of 2009 were known to make a debt-servicable salary. That is a lot to gamble if you are taking out sticker price with loans.