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FS 50+ Very Hardy Cherry Shrimp Shipped for $50- Indy,IN-shipping

Discussion in 'AC Marketplace : Buy and Sell' started by knuggs, Jan 15, 2012.

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    Just as it says 50+ Very Hardy Cherry Shrimp Shipped with a 70hr heat pack for $50. Packages are shipped USPS Priority Flat Rate Medium Box.

    These are very hardy shrimp! You could prolly smash them with a hammer and they would stilll leave, although I dont recommend it. They come in all sizes pretty much whatever I can lure in to the net. Babies dont forage like the older ones so you dont get hardly any tiny ones and if so they dont count another reason why I put 50+

    Any Questions or concerns dont hesitate to ask.

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    Do you have one bundle of 50, or an 'unlimited' supply? Would you be interested in selling smaller bundles?
     
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    I'm interested, but would be more interested in a much smaller group.
     
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    ^10 for $10? Or a little more to cover shipping?
     
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    I have lots of cherries and Im willing to do smaller groups. It does cost me $15 to ship them, so I def. cant do 10 for $10 unless you want to pay the $15 for shipping as well.
     
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    so wait... 10 would be a 25 dollar total?
     
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    Well I could shove them in a smaller box and do shipping for $6 but would prefer to but them in a medium box for safety and shipping reasons which is $12 then you have to add a heat pack which is about $3. If it wasnt for the fact that you are shipping a live creature in water then wouldnt be such a issue.
     
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    so 25 for a medium box?
     
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    10 of them shipped USPS in Priority medium box w/ tracking # and heat pack would be $25. And if you ordered 10 I would give you a few more, just cause thats how I roll :p Plus comes with some peacock moss.
     
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    I am willing to ship 10 of them for $16. I just dont prefer to ship them in the smaller box, since the heat pack takes up alot of room.
     

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