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Old 11-14-2004, 05:20 PM   #11
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Old 11-15-2004, 10:21 AM   #12
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I think shipping is usually between $40-50 depending on location. I think they have bundles on their website stating how much rock and a price shipped to your door.

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Unfortunately shipping isn't cheap because they have to get it to you quickly, and it's heavy. For my rock (which comes on Wednesday...I'm really excited), it is 10 lbs gulf/keys mix shipped overnight for around $85. Well worth the price though, I expect.

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Sometimes places will run free shipping sales, and a lot of people on eBay offer rock with free shipping, still running $2-3 a pound. I think it might be uncured, but doesn't really matter - after shipping you'll still have to recure it..
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zack, you guys should go ahead and purchase www.liverock.com as well and just have it point to your website. could pick up some traffic that way.

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