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60-Gallon Marineland Heartland LED Aquarium w/ Stand EXPIRED

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PetSmart.com has 60-Gallon Marineland Heartland LED Aquarium w/ Stand on sale for $154.99. Price reflected in cart. Store pickup is free if stock permits. Thanks livelifeup22

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  • 60-Gallon Marineland Heartland LED Aquarium
  • Black Aquarium Stand
  • Glass Canopy
  • LED Lights
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This aquarium is intended for freshwater or saltwater fish. This price matches our previous Frontpage Deal from last month. - Randy71

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Petsmart has Marineland 60 gallon LED aquarium with Stand for just $155 after 20 of 100. Only available for in-store pickup at this time, but I could find plenty near me! Great deal after it was popular last time @ 175:

https://slickdeals.net/f/9639908-marineland-60-gallon-heartland-led-aquarium-with-stand-179-reg-349?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo1

Link to deal, discount appears at checkout but you need to locate one for pickup near you.

http://www.petsmart.com/fish/supp...34998.html
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If for reception area and you want easy maintenance...
Go with fancy goldfish. They are beautiful, lots of variety and very durable.
Do barebottom. No sand, no gravel. Makes it easy to clean.
Put a few decorations like some smooth rocks or a few clay pots or something.
Add a sponge filter to help keep water crystal clear.

Bada bing Bada boom
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Run. RUN!

Kids wanted a dog. I said 'no' and told them we would get an alternate pet instead. Got a great deal on a 30 gallon tank to have some fish this summer. Oh my goodness, I didn't realize the amount of work needed to keep these creatures alive. pH testing, Ammonia testing, Nitrite testing, Nitrate testing, water changes, dechlorinization, algae scraping, food feeding, temperature monitoring, nightly lullabies, water filtering.

All said, we have ~$20 worth of fish living in about $250 of infrastructure and hours and hours of maintenance. I had no idea what I was getting into.

Get a dog, instead.
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Get a 50" HGTV (SD frontpage @$250) and loop fishtank in 4K, really easy to clean.
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Ugh. Great deal. I see this from time to time for $199.
I literally JUST bought a 56g tank yesterday or I'd probably jump on this

I like that its a long tank, opposed to the taller one I just bought.

This 60g would be better for cichlids
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How hard or easy is the maintenance? I want to buy this for a reception area.

How much in monthly supplies or maintenance costs?

Is fish expensive?
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How hard or easy is the maintenance? I want to buy this for a reception area.

How much in monthly supplies or maintenance costs?

Is fish expensive?
A lot of the cost depends on the type of fish you intend on keeping. Would you prefer community, cichlids, salt water? Have you ever had fish before?
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sweet great deal I might get one
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How hard or easy is the maintenance? I want to buy this for a reception area.

How much in monthly supplies or maintenance costs?

Is fish expensive?
If for reception area and you want easy maintenance...
Go with fancy goldfish. They are beautiful, lots of variety and very durable.
Do barebottom. No sand, no gravel. Makes it easy to clean.
Put a few decorations like some smooth rocks or a few clay pots or something.
Add a sponge filter to help keep water crystal clear.

Bada bing Bada boom
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How hard or easy is the maintenance? I want to buy this for a reception area.

How much in monthly supplies or maintenance costs?

Is fish expensive?
I suggest getting cherry shrimp they're really easy to maintain and they look amazing
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A lot of the cost depends on the type of fish you intend on keeping. Would you prefer community, cichlids, salt water? Have you ever had fish before?

I'm thinking of just using this for lobsters, is this enough space?
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How hard or easy is the maintenance? I want to buy this for a reception area.

How much in monthly supplies or maintenance costs?

Is fish expensive?
Depends on what you want to do. Freshwater cost less to maintain than saltwater as saltwater requires more equipment. Both needs routine water changes Smilie

If you want to add plants, it needs some maintenance such as removing dead leaves and trimming. Some plants may require additional nutrients and light sources.
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Is this of the dimensions typically seen in 55 gallon aquariums, but taller? Or is the length or width larger than a 55?
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I just realized this deal doesn't include a filter.
Don't go too small.
You want a filter that will do 5 times gallon per hour
So 60g, you want a filter that will move about 300gph
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How hard or easy is the maintenance? I want to buy this for a reception area.

How much in monthly supplies or maintenance costs?

Is fish expensive?
Yes it's lots of money and work. Daily maintenance, food, water change outs, electricity, pumps, ph kits. It's brutal but worth it if you love fish, turtles, etc
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Bought this about a year ago. Never used it. Wish i could sell it for this price
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Bought this about a year ago. Never used it. Wish i could sell it for this price
Nyc area by any chance? Big Grin
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