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3/14/13 10:53 AM
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Hillary
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I should have mentioned that was the price I was quoted (over the phone) 2-3 years ago and not current. That groupon deal does sound great. Phone Post
3/14/13 10:56 AM
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Jweinberg
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Man... seems excessive for a few hours training.  Back in December, I was out in California, stopped in at Xande Ribiero's school for 3 days.  Not only did he not charge me, but I was given a GI every class.  Great group of guys over there.  I also stopped in at Renato Magno's school -Street Sports BJJ and got the same treatment-great group of guys as well.  Everyone was so friendly. 

3/14/13 1:11 PM
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liquidrob
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Seen a similar thread on another forum about AOJ charging $60, all white gi, no patches, etc...and they made a good point, its basically saying, no tourists without saying it, or at least keeping it down

They're a big name, guys would be dropping in like crazy, if you watch how they train, a lot of specific drills, very technical, all business, guys dropping in all the time who don't know there drills and techs would slow them down a lot and that's not how they train
3/15/13 10:49 PM
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matt murdock
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Lame. I don't charge for drop-ins. I'd rather get the positive yelp or other review, which I've gotten lots of due to free drop-ins.

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