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Looks like a nice deal at 40 bucks! :)

Is the shipping, listed as $78, correct?
Howdy,
Next day flat rate via UPS in an XL dimension box is $78. I wish it were cheaper.
If you live in Florida, we can ship UPS ground for $25. Adding this option to website.
 

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We are located on W. Hillsborough Ave, however the warehouse is not open to the public.
Okay! I’m glad you’ll be adding ground shipping to Florida residents since I reside in Jacksonville. I frequent St. Pete a lot since that’s where I grew up and a lot of my favorite aquarium stores are there including aquarium depot. I will definitely be placing an order for some rubble for a refugium soon!
 

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Howdy,
Next day flat rate via UPS in an XL dimension box is $78. I wish it were cheaper.
If you live in Florida, we can ship UPS ground for $25. Adding this option to website.
I get it.
(I'm in upstate NY..it's a trip for sure)

Thanks for your super friendly and speedy response!!!
 
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Tampa Bay Saltwater
Diver Harvested Ocean Sand


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*NEW UPS RATE FOR FLORIDA RESIDENTS*

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Could I use this to *seed* a new aquarium? I want the fine white sand on top, so could I do 50/50.. I plan on using gulf live rock as well.

Ocean live sand is excellent for adding biodiversity.

The sugar sand will event sift through the very coarse sand, which can clog up its capabilities to a degree. I personally wouldn’t mix sugar fine with coarse.

If you have a sump/fuge put coarse sand there, or purchase Rubble rock.
 

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Ocean live sand is excellent for adding biodiversity.

The sugar sand will event sift through the very coarse sand, which can clog up its capabilities to a degree. I personally wouldn’t mix sugar fine with coarse.

If you have a sump/fuge put coarse sand there, or purchase Rubble rock.
I had not thought about using the sand in the fuge. That is a good idea, Thanks!
 

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