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$12 15G with light and stand!

Discussion in 'Fish and Aquarium - all types' started by bill_lumbergh, Jun 20, 2004.

  1. bill_lumbergh

    bill_lumbergh New Member

    So, garage sales are definitely awesome. Some family was selling a perfect 15G with 2 bulb top light and stand for $15, and I got it for $12!

    I begin my advance from my 10g!

    Oh, for anyone curious, I added chunks of dry ice to my tank for a couple days this week, and the plants responded beautifully. The grass plant I have grew two new runners almost overnight, and my dwarf lily is no longer dying! The dry ice was a definite success. HAS NOT BEEN TESTED WITH FISH, HOWEVER! haha, so, I don't reccomend it. Very cheap and entertaining way to CO2 douse, though.

    Now I must plot for my 15G, and actually get some fish for my 10g... maybe once I get some money...
  2. bloodpain

    bloodpain New Member

    Wow! THATS SOOOOOOOOOOOOO CHEAP!!!!!!!! HOW LUCKY OF YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!! :eek:
  3. Obelix

    Obelix New Member

    Oy Vey! I paid 19.99 for my tank then 9.99 for the lid :cry: total setup was somewere around 70 dollars with fish, and congrts on keeping your plants alive!
  4. t_chelle16

    t_chelle16 New Member

    I paid around $50 for a 20 gallon & glass lid then another 15 for a light strip. Of course that was all new. One of my tanks sprang a leak so I didn't have the luxury of waiting & shopping around.

  5. tina1

    tina1 New Member

    Wow that's a great deal! A friend of mine is picking up a 150 gallon tank from a yard sale today for under $100. This will be her first tank, what a way to jump right in!
  6. bloodpain

    bloodpain New Member

    Wow, you people got such a good deal! I bought my 20g aquarium brand new with filter etc, and italian-made cupboard for $400++ !!! :|

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