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Petco has 10-Gallon Aqueon Standard Glass Rectangular Tank for Fish Aquariums & Terrariums on sale for $12.49. Select free store pickup where stock permits.
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Petco [petco.com] has 10-Gallon Aqueon Standard Glass Rectangular Tank for Fish Aquariums & Terrariums on sale for $12.49. Select free store pickup where stock permits.
  • Note: Availability for store pickup may vary by location.

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Be aware that Aqueon tanks have terrible quality issues, specifically with the silicone seams at the edges. I think it's safe to use their ten gallon tanks - pressure is relatively low, and it's just ten gallons on the floor. But I've had several of their larger tanks fail and leak. Others report catastrophic failures, not just slow leaks. And inspecting some new Aqueon tanks, I've found voids, gaps, even one where the silicone just was missing alone the last few edges of one edge.

I love the price on their small tanks but stay away from anything larger than ten gallons. Maybe they've addressed the problem since, but I saw this from ~2021 up to a tank in store just a few months ago. EDIT: Or don't stay away, but inspect them closely in the parking lot.
It is always good to do a leak test first in yard with a water hose before setting up inside.
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Be aware that Aqueon tanks have terrible quality issues, specifically with the silicone seams at the edges. I think it's safe to use their ten gallon tanks - pressure is relatively low, and it's just ten gallons on the floor. But I've had several of their larger tanks fail and leak. Others report catastrophic failures, not just slow leaks. And inspecting some new Aqueon tanks, I've found voids, gaps, even one where the silicone just was missing alone the last few edges of one edge.

I love the price on their small tanks but stay away from anything larger than ten gallons. Maybe they've addressed the problem since, but I saw this from ~2021 up to a tank in store just a few months ago. EDIT: Or don't stay away, but inspect them closely in the parking lot.
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It is always good to do a leak test first in yard with a water hose before setting up inside.
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