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55 Gallon Tank + Stand and other various sizes, Aqurium kits, and stands. $130.98

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Good time to start an aquarium if you're looking to.

Stands and fish tanks are on sale although a little more than the $1/gallon you can find for the 40 and 55 gallons.

But for a 55 gallon, it's $66.99 + $63.99 for the stand = $130.98. Not bad.

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Created 08-01-2019 at 10:24 PM by rgr555
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Any recommendations on filter/heater/hood for this size tank?
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Not a great stand if you have carpet.. might be ok if you have hard wood floor.
They periodically have topfin 55 gal tank with hood,lights, filter and heater for 99$ sale. Might be worth waiting for that deal. Nevertheless, a good deal if you just need tank alone
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FWIW for a new 55 gallon setup this is a pretty decent deal. However if you don't need brand new 55 gallon aquariums can be snagged incredibly cheap. I had a 55 gallon with lights, stand, top and an Aquaclear 110 filter and I couldn't sell it for $100 even after it was listed multiple places for several months. Getting a used 55 setup should be very easy to acquire around $100 or less including filter and light. There are many facebook groups for fish, and most states have local groups etc. Just keep a look out.

That said if you think a 55 gallon is "big" and want to get some fish that are going to grow to a large size, at least grab a 75 gallon as they are 6" wider front to back which can make a nice difference for any fish over 8" or so long. 75 also looks considerably larger then the 55's do while still being "relatively small" in the aquarium world.
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