The 3 Best BJJ & MMA affiliate programs

Are you looking for BJJ and MMA affiliate programs?

So am I!

I’m also a BJJ site owner, and I’m always looking for the best products to refer my audience to.

Let me show you the best BJJ affiliate programs I’ve found so far. And by the way, I think these are also great MMA affiliate programs, if you have an audience that’s also interested in learning grappling in a more efficient way.

1. BJJ More Affiliate Program

I have some great courses that your can promote! And you can also reach out to me for some ready made emails you can send to your list.

I’m still working out my commission structure but I want it to go up if you’re a high performer.

This affiliate program is fantastic for anyone with an audience that wants to learn BJJ, grappling or MMA.

If you want to join, you can sign up through the form below, but you also have to send me an email at max at bjjmore . com. (That’s because I got a lot of spam requests earlier.)

About the affiliate program: 30 – 70% commissions. Sign up here.

2. BJJ Fanatics Affiliate Program

BJJ Fanatics is the biggest online market place for jiu jitsu instructionals. They offer a basic affiliate program through Shareasale. You earn a commission for any customer that buys an instructional through your link.

Here’s how you sign up for the BJJ Fanatics affiliate program:

  1. Create an account on Shareasale
  2. Apply for the BJJ Fanatics affiliate program
  3. Get links with a referral code, refer people and earn commissions

3. Origin affiliate program

Origin is the leading BJJ gi brand in the US. They offer an affiliate program that you can join if you have a following in the jiu jitsu community. I believe they mostly sponsor athletes with this program, but I’m also in it.

4. Amazon Associates program

Amazon associates is also a good affiliate program to join if you want to promote BJJ gis, mouthguards or other physical apparel. Their commission rates aren’t great, but they have wide brand recognition. And you can find any physical product you might want to promote on Amazon (dummy’s, finger tape, jiu jitsu mats, etc.).

5. Ezoic

If you’re looking for BJJ affiliate programs, you probably want to monetize your BJJ blog or website. Another way you can do that is with Ezoic ads.

Ezoic is a premium ad network that you can use to make money by displaying ads on your BJJ website. It’s premium (it pays better than Adsense) but there’s no minimum traffic requirement. If you look around in the BJJ space, you’ll see that a lot of BJJ websites are on Ezoic.

Did I miss anything? Do you own or know about another BJJ or MMA affiliate program that I should list here? Shoot me a message and I’ll include it if I like it.

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