Price for Grim Reaper Zoa?

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I got 4 heads $140 plus 30 shipping
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Woah! Okay, the golden leopards are super super cool and have been on my wants list for a very long time. Grim reapers sell anywhere from $50 to $300 a polyp, with hobbyists selling mostly under $100 per polyp. I've seen them for sale a few times here on r2r recently so you shouldn't have too much trouble finding a seller that has them. A very close friend of mine had a good experience with Mateusz and I know he sells the grim reapers as well as several other high-end zoas that arent very easy to come by. I think $80 per polyp is a decent price, but if you do a pack order you might be able to negotiate a little bit of a discount and get more bang for your buck with the shipping :) $50 shipping is rediculous, maybe you can offer to pay shipping yourself and send the seller the label. It should only be like $35 for a 1 pound package through FedEx anywhere in the US next day delivery by 12 pm
 
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Woah! Okay, the golden leopards are super super cool and have been on my wants list for a very long time. Grim reapers sell anywhere from $50 to $300 a polyp, with hobbyists selling mostly under $100 per polyp. I've seen them for sale a few times here on r2r recently so you shouldn't have too much trouble finding a seller that has them. A very close friend of mine had a good experience with Mateusz and I know he sells the grim reapers as well as several other high-end zoas that arent very easy to come by. I think $80 per polyp is a decent price, but if you do a pack order you might be able to negotiate a little bit of a discount and get more bang for your buck with the shipping :) $50 shipping is rediculous, maybe you can offer to pay shipping yourself and send the seller the label. It should only be like $35 for a 1 pound package through FedEx anywhere in the US next day delivery by 12 pm
Awesome! They also have Hephaestus and Emperors, so I may just go all out on one order! (Just low key waiting for pay day lol)
 

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Awesome! They also have Hephaestus and Emperors, so I may just go all out on one order! (Just low key waiting for pay day lol)
Oooooh!!! Send pics when they come in! Hephaestus are stunning, ive seen some in real life but I still cant afford them
 

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