They're similar, but not exactly the same. Judo gi are bound differently (they're looser) and the stitching is usually not as strong in some areas (ass, crotch, knees) as a jiu-jitsu gi. It's generally acceptable to use a judo gi for jiu-jitsu, but not the other way around as there're rules about the sizing of your gi that disqualifies the cut of most jiu-jitsu gi in judo (they're too tight for competition). I'm not sure if there's a price point difference between the two.
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