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Top Fin Aquariums: 10-Gal Starter Kit $30, 3.5-Gallon Enchant Aquarium EXPIRED

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PetSmart has for PetSmart Treats Members (free to join): 3.5-Gallon Top Fin Enchant Aquarium on sale for $12.49 (must be signed in and add to cart to see price). Select free store pickup where stock permits.

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PetSmart has for PetSmart Treats Members (free to join): Top Fin Essentials Aquarium Starter Kit (Various Sizes) on sale at prices listed below (prices shown in cart when you are logged in). Select free store pickup where stock permits.

Available Sizes (prices below shown in cart; must be signed in): Kit includes:
  • Glass Tank w/ Hood
  • Bright White LED
  • Thermometer
  • Nylon Net
  • Water Test Vial
  • Water Heater
  • Top Fin Silentstream Filter w/ Cartridge

PetSmart also has for PetSmart Treats Members (free to join): Top Fin LED Bubble Wall Aquarium Kit (Various Sizes) on sale at prices listed below (prices shown in cart when you are logged in). Select free store pickup where stock permits.

Available Sizes (prices below shown in cart; must be signed in):
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Add to cart for discounted price. You may need to sign into your account to see the early access July 4th sales. You might be able to stack the 25% code which is generic from the Pet Trails game on the app. Only works in store. Never had a problem using it on anything in store. I remember someone was able to use all 3 codes on a aquarium awhile back (15%, 20%, and 25%) but that's super ymmv. https://imgur.com/a/fy2PbIB

Top Fin Enchant Aquarium - 3.5 Gallon $12.49
https://www.petsmart.com/sale/ear...id=S100006

Top Fin Essentials Aquarium Starter Kit
https://www.petsmart.com/fish/sta...rumbs=true
5 Gallon $19.99
10 Gallon $29.99
20 Gallon $39.99
29 Gallon $64.99 < not sure why this one cost as much as the biggest.
37 Gallon $54.99
55 Gallon $69.99

Top Fin LED Bubble Wall Aquarium Kit
https://www.petsmart.com/sale/ear...id=S100006
10 Gallon $29.99
20 Gallon $39.99
37 Gallon $54.99

https://www.petsmart.com/sale/ear...st-sellers
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astarbllr asked this question on 06-28-2021 at 01:03 PM
06-28-2021 at 01:03 PM
You should be able to use the coupon on top of the sales price too.
06-28-2021 at 06:21 PM
Does the coupon from app work online, or is that in store only?

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In case you need a stand for the new tank, they have a discount:

Buy Any Aquarium 15 Gallon or Larger, Get 25% Off Any Top Fin Aquarium Stand
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Either petco or petsmart are constantly running these kinds of sales.. Doesn't that mean it's not really a sale?
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Quote from NumbersGuy :
In case you need a stand for the new tank, they have a discount:

Buy Any Aquarium 15 Gallon or Larger, Get 25% Off Any Top Fin Aquarium Stand
Does that work with aquarium kits? I thought it worked only with a standalone tank.
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Has anyone had experience putting a 37 gallon tank on top of a 4 cube storage unit? Would it be an issue?
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Has anyone had experience putting a 37 gallon tank on top of a 4 cube storage unit? Would it be an issue?
Should be fine as long as you don't put any water in the aquarium.
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I've wanted to get a small tank for my kid but these comments make this seem complicated lol. When I was a kid I set up a tank and put fish in the same day, and they lasted for years -- i even gave them away when i got rid of my tank. I guess I just got lucky? Or maybe fish just used to be tougher in the 90s lol.
It really isn't complicated to keep fish alive. A lot of concern is over ammonia, but the liquid test kits don't test for ammonia, they test for total ammonia nitrogen. At neutral water pH, well over 90% of the stuff that contributes to the reading is harmless at such low numbers. Since people don't really know that, they go completely overboard with worry. So the complication is over not enough info, not an overload of it.

I read 1.0 ppm ammonia on a new tank, and I did nothing. It has SA tetras in it and they do well in slightly acidic water. The tank is at 6.4 pH, and that meant that the actual ammonia part of that 1.0 reading was merely 1/36th the lower toxic level (about 0.00137 ppm while ammonia is toxic at about 0.05 ppm. - actual ammonia is extremely toxic, that's only 0.000005%)
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I've wanted to get a small tank for my kid but these comments make this seem complicated lol. When I was a kid I set up a tank and put fish in the same day, and they lasted for years -- i even gave them away when i got rid of my tank. I guess I just got lucky? Or maybe fish just used to be tougher in the 90s lol.
Yes, same here. I think there are some people here making it out to be way more complicated than it is.

They are acting like it is a reef tank with very expensive fish that are very susceptible to slight variations in conditions.

Unless you have very bad water where you live, I just let it sit overnight for the chlorine to evaporate and put fish in.

Start off with the $1 fish sale, cheaper than a test kit.
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It really isn't complicated to keep fish alive. A lot of concern is over ammonia, but the liquid test kits don't test for ammonia, they test for total ammonia nitrogen. At neutral water pH, well over 90% of the stuff that contributes to the reading is harmless at such low numbers. Since people don't really know that, they go completely overboard with worry. So the complication is over not enough info, not an overload of it.

I read 1.0 ppm ammonia on a new tank, and I did nothing. It has SA tetras in it and they do well in slightly acidic water. The tank is at 6.4 pH, and that meant that the actual ammonia part of that 1.0 reading was merely 1/36th the lower toxic level (about 0.00137 ppm while ammonia is toxic at about 0.05 ppm. - actual ammonia is extremely toxic, that's only 0.000005%)
In simpler terms, get the starter bacteria… fill the tank…. Use tap water conditioner… 1 sacrificial neon tetra and let tank settle for a month.

After that the chemistry is stable and fish will survive
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FYI. On the Top Fin 2.5 & 5.5 gallon tanks, they do NOT come with heaters. The lowest cost heaters are around $13.

TU & Repped.
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In reviews, there is a very high rate of people complaining about their tanks cracking (about 17% reviews are 1 star). Anyone have personal experience with these?
My daughter currently has 2 Top Fin 10 gallons. No issues with cracking. What you set it on matters. 10 gallons of water and tank is heavy. Setting it on something not sturdy enough could easily lead to cracking. Or something that wasn't flat/level.
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Should be fine as long as you don't put any water in the aquarium.
LMAO fuding clown
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Chase Freedom Unlimited has 20% offer at PetSmart.
How to get the 20% offer?
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I cycled/ treated my current tank 2 weeks before buying the fish. Told the wife let's just get a few fish to ensure it's safe. Nope, got 8 for a 20 gallon tank. Next morning had 7 floaters. Luckily Petsmart takes them back for 14? days, have to bring in the carcasses. They tested the water sample (pretty inconclusive), but said to replace 25% of water with bottled spring water & give it a week to cycle. I'll give it one more try before I assume fish are not my thing.
Use Seachem Stability (buy online for pickup or price match; web price is always way lower). I'll get downvoted by the serious aquarists, but you can use it in lieu of cycling your tank forever - I've never had success cycling a tank without fish in it, so I don't anymore. I also have all but stopped testing unless something seems off in my tank (sick fish, sudden algae growth, water looks/smells funny) - you could lose your mind trying to maintain perfection and I find that I have more fish that get sick or died trying to fix water parameters when everyone already seemed happy and healthy.

Also, buying the cheapest damn fish always seems to do the trick. My two 15 cent feeder goldfish apparently will live forever it seems…
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So cute but I can't... I'm gonna have a mental breakdown if my fish dies
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I assume this Isn't the case iI we are just upgrading the tank, right? I have a 29 now and am contemplating a 37 just so my 3 fancy goldfish are happier. I'd just transport everything, even the water over if I can.
It should be fine so long as everything is moved over to the new tank… filter media, gravel, etc. It should conserve the bacteria.
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