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Shipping a DBTC

Discussion in 'Instructions for DBTC' started by Ratchet, Aug 14, 2013.

  1. Ratchet

    Ratchet Copepod

    First off, I want people to know I did not join this site for the DBTC. I want to donate some frags in the future. The only problem is that I live in Wyoming. My question is, do you think that people would pay to have a frag or a couple priority mailed to them? I think this is a really cool idea and would love to participate in the future.
  2. Andrew_bram

    Andrew_bram Shark M.A.S.C Club Member

    Welcome to our club!!!
  3. sethsolomon

    sethsolomon Shark M.A.S.C Club Member

    Where in Wyoming are you located?
  4. deboy69

    deboy69 Barracuda M.A.S.C Club Member

    I think so depending on the frag. I know it would be cheaper on shipping if there was multiple dbtc in a box and they were then distributed out to those who claimed it.

  5. FinsUp

    FinsUp According to my watch, the time is now. M.A.S.C Club Member

    If it's a rare frag, it's absolutely worth it to pay for shipping. And we're pretty cooperative about distributing stuff to each other, so if there were multiples in the box and we could split shipping cost that would be even better. Same goes for corals that you would like to sell vs DBTC. If someone wants a purely free coral, and you make it clear that they'd need to road trip up to Wyoming or pay for shipping, then they won't respond to your thread. And that's fine- others will.

    Some folks are scared of having corals shipped, but some are fine with it. The key to shipping stuff is to protect it really well from the elements- specifically temperature.
  6. jda123

    jda123 Tuna M.A.S.C Club Member

    You can do most overnight stuff in a thermos for really cheap. You can do polyps this way for 3-4 days, but 2 is better. It is best if you pick a time of the year when the weather is moderate.
  7. Ratchet

    Ratchet Copepod

    I like the idea of it being shipped and distributed. If there were several frags, overnight shipping could be easily split up. I live in central wyoming, so not really close to Colorado at all, although I do make a couple trips a year.
  8. Laramie

    Laramie Users with zero posts needing moderation to determine if they are spam bots

    I will be in Casper tomorrow 1/31/14 about 7AM and will be heading to
    Loveland CO on Sunday if you have some DBTC for me to take up there to
    distribute. Sorry about the short notice
  9. Dr.DiSilicate

    Dr.DiSilicate Kraken Staff Member M.A.S.C Club Member M.A.S.C. B.O.D. B.O.D. Member-at-Large

    Or come to a frag swap... Every few months. Plenty opportunity to give and receive then.

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