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    Default What price is acceptable for a BJJ class?

    What is a good/acceptable price for a BJJ noob for a JJ class?

    I've gotten some of my friends to look into it, but I don't know if I'd be willing to commit to a year rate just yet.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks!

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    When I use to do BJJ it was 80 bucks a month. That also came with a membership to some shitty gym I never used. I already belong to a much nicer gym.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Legend View Post
    When I use to do BJJ it was 80 bucks a month. That also came with a membership to some shitty gym I never used. I already belong to a much nicer gym.
    You beat me to it Jackass.. 80-120 is pretty normal now days because of the big happening as a trend. When I payed it was like 40-60 a month but hey that was 10 years ago hahaha.

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    by me it is $40 a month, or like $140 and a contract at Jorge Gurgel's school. Guess where I go?

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    All depends on who you train with.......Like with Jascare or someone like top dollar of like 150 but i say start small local for like 70 dollars.....
    for me its $99 dollars for Beherring BJJ

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    all depends upon the quality of the school, the ratio of students to instructors, the notariety of the instructors, ect.

    You should expect to pay between $80 to $130 per month. If you get in schools like Cesar Gracie you can expect to pay between $160 and $220 per month.

    Are you looking to learn? Are you looking to get belts quickly? These are some of the decisions that might determine the school you attend.

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    makes sense.

    i'm just lookin to start off moderately and see if it's something i'd actually want to continue.

    i have a pretty solid amount of patience, but once i get going i'm sure i'd figure out a reasonable advancement plan.

    most of my estimates are comin in at $80.

    just sucks that the time i finally get the opportunity to get to do it, the UFC makes it so popular that you've gotta budget gas, groceries, and MMA.

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    I started at $70. Than my school got it up to $90 and now 120 with an option for extra classes. You can't blame them. They start low to get students, and when they do get students they bring it up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CESSPOOL View Post
    by me it is $40 a month, or like $140 and a contract at Jorge Gurgel's school. Guess where I go?
    You rockin the Nati? I use to go up to Jorge's gym when he was in Middletown but I haven't been since he moved off of 75 north and I moved from Hamilton to the west side of Cincinnati.

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    I pay $150 a month for unlimited classes. There is also a $100 rate but that limits you to only 8 classes a month. I try to get 16 classes in per month. that breaks down $9.37 per class which is pretty cheap. Plus there is a lot of open mat time that I get with that.

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