You can get Petco to match Chewy prices too. Just show them the Chewy ad when you get to the register.Can you order from chewy.com? They sell an 8quart bag of Reptibark for around $10 US. To buy anything larger than that you'd pay an awful lot for shipping. I occasionally buy that because if you spend more than $49 shipping is free.
I would go with the link provided by markw84.Thank you all for your kind responses. Just to clarify that I am requesting a link from US site only (not India) Which of the two links is better - Reptibark or Tropical plants (not considering price) ? When I search for Fir Bark on Google , there are lot of sites offering it but i dont know which one is of the best quality.
Thankfully all my tortoises live outside and I only have two Vision cages and a Christmas Tree Storage Bin indoors. So I get by with the Zoo Med stuff from Chewy.com. I always spend more than $49, so my shipping is always free.WOW! The bags themselves are only $21 each, but the shipping is another thing. The USPS wanted $92 to ship and UPS offered to do for $62. That is from Florida to Virginia for 2- 2 cubic foot bags. Ouch. Seem like awesome people and I will have to see if they have anything else!
I recently purchased from Amazon. I’m not familiar with other brands or different substrates b/c I’m new at this. But this stuff expanded like crazy & has worked well for my Sully.Can anybody share link of an online store (preferrably Amazon) from where good quality Orchid Bark can be ordered for making substrate for Aldabra? Thank you.