Deal of the Day for MMA gear?

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  1. D Train

    D Train Silver Belt

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    There are a lot of sites (Steep and Cheap, Tramdock, Whiskey Militia, etc.) that offer a "deal of the day" at a steep discount. Do you know if there's any such site for MMA gear or if any gear site does there own DOTD? If not, may one of you entreprenures ought to get on that.
     
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    Budovideos does it.
     
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    Cool, thanks.
     
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    cheesesteak Green Belt

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    TITLEMMA also has "deal of the day" specials.
     
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    I have considered an MMA Group Buying website.

    I know very little about web development, though. So it is a no-go.

    but the idea is good. Each day one manufacturer offers a steep deal on one item - but only after a set amount of people agree to buy it. Like crowd-sourcing your buying power.
     
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    Steep and Cheap acts as a sort of deal clearing house. Sites (or maybe in some cases manufacturers) give them a set number of a particular item to sell at a very reduced price. The items will be on their site for 20-30 minutes then a new item comes up. The items stay in rotation until they are eventually sold out. That's a slightly different model than some of the DOTD offerings, but I don't see what something similiar can't be worked out for combat sports related gear.
     

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