Thursday, December 26, 2013

Petco's Dollar per Gallon Sale is on!

A couple times a year, Petco runs their "dollar per gallon" sale in which aquariums cost... well... one dollar per gallon of their volume, of course!  

The sale started today, so I stopped by on my way home from work and scored a 40 gallon breeder and a 10 gallon tank. 



Fun fact: the cashier must have been a brand new employee because she had no idea what a "40 breeder" was even after I pointed it out to her.  lol 

Anyone else thinking about getting a tank in this sale? 

7 comments:

  1. is this relevant to all petcos or only in your area? do you know when it ends? I'm always missing them ;( lol

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    1. Sorry, I don't know. I would call your local Petco and find out!

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  2. What are you going to have in these tanks? Please, say more goldfish! :D Can you share your opinion about the pearlscale goldfish? Oh, and what kind of filter is there in your black tubs in your basement, besides spongefilter? :)

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    1. I believe she said in the video that due to more water changes, she's just using the poret sponge filters with extra bio media on top. Elsewhere, I believe she mentioned crush coral as well, for a ph buffer.

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  3. Haha! I wish I was in US. Here in the UK, no pet companies are generous enough for a $/gallon sale. Shame though, I would probably buy the whole shop!

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