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mathena2 111 215 June 30, 2016 at 05:28 PM in Pet Care & Supplies (3) More PetSmart Deals
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Promoted 06-30-2016 by persian_mafia at 09:27 PM View Original Post
PetSmart.com has 75-Gallon Marineland Aquarium Majesty Ensemble on sale for $299.99. Select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks mathena2

Includes:
  • Glass Canopy
  • LED Light
  • Black Stand

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Availability may vary by location ~ persian_mafia

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Edited June 30, 2016 at 08:25 PM by BeAuMaN
Marineland® 75G Aquarium Majesty Ensemble for $299 at Petsmart.

Normally $500, was on sale for $425 a few weeks but went down to the $299 mark today.

http://www.petsmart.com/sale/fish...d=36-22101
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In most hobbies, starting small is typically safer, but it's the opposite with aquariums. More water volume means more margin for error. 75G is much more stable than 20G, for example. You should always get the largest tank you can afford, and with a 75 like this you have way more stocking possibilities than a more typical 20 or so. But on the subject of what you can afford, don't forget about all the equipment costs. 300 for the tank/stand and then at least another 300 for filtration/water heaters/substrate/etc, assuming you want to do everything right.
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#3
If I didn't already have a 60 I'd be jumping on this.
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Just keep swimming....just keep swimming...
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wow used ones go for this price! nice find
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Is the stand able to hold a sump? Or is it just shelves top hold food and stuff?
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Looks like the tank isn't drilled, so doing a sump will be a pain.
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So tempting and the few reviews seem good.
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Quote from aznjigga00 View Post :
So tempting and the few reviews seem good.
I have this setup from the last time it was at 300. It's a great tank with a real wood base. No compressed fiber board used. There are no shelves included so I built my own on one side before setting it up. I use a sun sun canister filter and a finnex 24/7 light across the top and that's all.
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#10
is the stand pre assembled? not sure if both tank and stand could fit into my tiny Mazda 2
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is the stand pre assembled? not sure if both tank and stand could fit into my tiny Mazda 2
if you put the back seats down it will
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Looks like the tank isn't drilled, so doing a sump will be a pain.
There are HOB overflows, and bits to drill glass..

http://www.glass-holes.com/Glass-...ers_c7.htm

A sump isn't all that crazy. Just make sure these aren't tempered glass LoL
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OOS in my part of town.
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I've had this tank now for over a year. I have 30 Glofish Tiger Barbs in it and a rainbow shark. I also have a Hydor 350 canister filter which keeps everything very clean. The tank is solid wood, and the glass is held together by the black silicone bond which is stronger than the tanks with clear bond. I did get this at $249 brand new in the store, however at $300 it is still a great buy.
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Been wanting to step up from my small <5 gallon beta tank. I have the space, but would I be getting myself in over my head with this?
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