One great resource in looking for cheap bird cages is the internet. Amazon often offers bird cages at significant discounts. This website also offers customer reviews of different products. This can be a helpful tool if you are still in the decision-making phase of your cage search. Ebay is another avenue to consider. You can sometimes find brand-new products at substantial savings over retail. Online pet stores also offer discount bird cages. When buying online, however, be sure to weigh in the shipping costs to determine if you are truly saving over buying local.
Used bird cages can be found in newspapers, community readers, flea markets, and garage sales. Check these closely for any defects as they cannot usually be returned. Clean them thoroughly and disinfect before allowing your bird to live inside. Though used cages in general are safe, used wooden cages should be avoided as they are difficult to disinfect.
Department stores and discount stores sometimes offer sales on bird cages. Check the advertising section of your local newspaper.
Wholesale bird cages are available to breeders and pet stores. Some stores will also offer wholesale prices to the general public. The Bird Exchange is one such company, but they have a minimum order requirement of $500.
If you are willing to do a bit of research, it is possible to find bird cages at a discount.
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