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30lb. Margo Mexican Beach Pebbles EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has 30lb. Margo Mexican Beach Pebbles on sale for $8.82. Select Free Store Pickup, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35+. Thanks "Rock"et
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These 1" to 2" Margo pebbles can be used as a substitute to mulch along walkways and outdoor gardens, in fountains, interior or exterior planters and in creative design schemes. -slickdewmaster

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Walmart has Margo Mexican Beach Pebbles on clearance, just $8.82 for 30 pounds.
Order 4 bags (120 lbs) for $35.28 and get free shipping.
This seems like a super slick deal to me, especially when shipped for free.
Link: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Margo-...2/48764744

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Use these Margo Mexican Beach Pebbles to add a touch of natural serenity to your home or garden. The company offers hand-picked stones from the most beautiful beaches in the world. All stones are naturally created and tumbled in their natural habitat to produce the most smooth and rounded rock for outdoor gardens, interior design and landscaping. The bag is easy to carry and store to ensure convenient use. Use these 1" to 2" Margo pebbles as a substitute to mulch along walkways and outdoor gardens, in fountains, interior or exterior planters and in creative design schemes. These stones can also help with soil moisture retention and prevent soil erosion, so they offer practical benefits in addition to their aesthetic worth.

Home Depot has similar Mexican beach pebbles for $18.32 for 30 pounds and you have to order at least $45 worth to get free shipping.
Link: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Rain-F.../203502533
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If you want an entire backyard full of rocks, a landscaping company would have better bulk pricing.

These tumbled pebbles are more for accents, IMO. They may be better quality than bulk landscaping rocks.
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Gonna send these to my ex with a note that says 'Please go kick'
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You can get landscape rock in bulk for anywhere from $35 - $150/cubic yard (depending on what type you want and local availability). A cubic yard is typically between 2300-2800 lbs. So this is quite expensive if you need more than just a tiny bit.
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Coverage area of 1.33 square feet? Is that right? Am I doing my math wrong? I have a yard that's 50x20. If I wanted to cover all 1000sf with these rocks I would need 751x quantity???

751*8.82 = $6,623.00 is that a good price to cover your lawn in rocks?
Depends how much you pay in water Smilie
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If you want an entire backyard full of rocks, a landscaping company would have better bulk pricing.

These tumbled pebbles are more for accents, IMO. They may be better quality than bulk landscaping rocks.
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You can get landscape rock in bulk for anywhere from $35 - $150/cubic yard (depending on what type you want and local availability). A cubic yard is typically between 2300-2800 lbs. So this is quite expensive if you need more than just a tiny bit.
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Really good way to hack off your delivery driver. Worse than those Staples 'pallet of bottled water' deals. Your next shipment of cereal and chips from Amazon will be pulverized on your doorstep as karma!Ha ha
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Really good way to hack off your delivery driver. Worse than those Staples 'pallet of bottled water' deals. Your next shipment of cereal and chips from Amazon will be pulverized on your doorstep as karma!Ha ha
In for free chips and cereal!
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Really good way to hack off your delivery driver. Worse than those Staples 'pallet of bottled water' deals. Your next shipment of cereal and chips from Amazon will be pulverized on your doorstep as karma!Ha ha
Even more fun next time he delivers something heavy on the new loosely packed walkway. Try not to sprain an ankle.
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Gonna send these to my ex with a note that says 'Please go kick'
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i ordered thought it was a good deal
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I use these in fish tanks
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Coverage area of 1.33 square feet? Is that right? Am I doing my math wrong? I have a yard that's 50x20. If I wanted to cover all 1000sf with these rocks I would need 751x quantity???

751*8.82 = $6,623.00 is that a good price to cover your lawn in rocks?
It's .4 cubit feet, so it depends on depth
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As was pointed out upthread, cost is dependent on local availability. Here in FL, we don't have any. At my place near Asheville, NC, we've got tons.

That being said, I think that even here in FL Lowes and Home Depot should be competitive to this.
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Great deal. I have some of these in my landscaping. Usually costs about $1/ea for good sized stones.
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