B.Smithi

Alonso99

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I was wondering why B. Smithis are cheaper in England?
Are they captive bred frequently overthere?
 

Alonso99

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Hi

I saw some subault females for abou 35 pounds sterling at this site. its one from the links in this site. Maybe his Royal Primate Commander can elaborate on smithi prices
 

savian

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That would help to know what 35 pound is in us dollars.:D ;) :)
 

AlbinoDragon829

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Originally posted by savian
That would help to know what 35 pound is in us dollars.:D ;) :)
Well.. England uses Euros now.. so pounds are outdated. But the last time I was in England, one british pound was worth about $1.31
You do the math, i don't feel like it :p
 

Alonso99

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albino

THey use Euros and use the Pound Sterling as well ask King looey he got a t blondi recently and he paid wiht her Royal Majesty's currency
 

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jus thought id let u know that in England we dont use euros we use pound sterling and the exchange rate is $1.46 = £1 therefore i paid £35 for a smithi this would be $51 if thats any help and yes most of them are captive bred, they can cost upto $120 for a large female.
 

Alonso99

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AlbinoDragon

I told you many times before England is very much reluctanct of fully incorporating to the European Union reforms they are a member, but they use the Pound Sterling. Once more I am right.
 

Alonso99

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Back to B.Smithi

Ok back to the B.Smithi question. Why a nice 35 pounds and here its like over 100 dollars.
 

AlbinoDragon829

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Yeah, yeah, yeah, oh well... So my informant hasn't been back home in ten years.. Made me look like a fool.. Anyways, who cares about the UK? Mainland Europe is where the action is at.:D
 

King_Looey

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I paid £30 for my T.Blondi. The reason our spiders are cheaper is because we are better at breeding. Its true. And we still use the pound as our currency.
 

Alonso99

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Hi

All bow before his majesty's informant, the sterling pound rules the land. Hey King Looey if I visit England I gotta smuggle me some of her majesty's arachnids.
 

Alonso99

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Excellent

Excellent King Looey, now its all set first her Majesty's arachnids then the royal crown and jewels hehehe
 

King_Looey

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And what would you do with such treasures? Who would risk buying them?
 

Alonso99

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King looey

Easy melt the gold and sell the gems to the russians, and buy a zoo! but seriously I've noticed that overthere feeder locusts are everywhere not the case here, and T's are cheaper. What T's do they breed there that havent been bred here in ur former colonies?
 

conipto

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Ou of curiousity, what size and sex B. smithi are we talking about? 35 british pounds is alot more than I paid for my 3 inch here in the states..

Bill
 
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