Testimonials

great experience

I have used saltyunderground a couple of times now. This is a great company to deal with. They have the best response time of any company that I have ever dealt with. All of my emails were answered within minutes. All of my corals arrived in beautiful,...

CRAIG VAUGHN from kentucky

Corals for Sale

Salty Underground strives to bring you the highest quality live corals. At Salty Underground we have many LPS, soft corals, and very colorful and healthy SPS corals to choose from. We also have aquacultured corals which are more often hardier and more successful in reef aquariums. Since they are aquacultured, they have no impact on our natural reef systems around the world. On a budget?  Free shipping in the U.S. with orders of $75 or more. Add the Saturday Home Delivery surcharge only if you want delivery to your home address on Saturday. Some rural areas do not have Saturday delivery as an option. Contact us if you live in a rural area to verify Saturday delivery.
If you pick up at a UPS location on Saturday this charge is not needed. Saturday pickup at a UPS location costs the same as delivery during the week.
Free shipping does not cover this additional UPS Saturday surcharge. 

Want to find out more about the corals your looking at? Check out our articles under Corals and Coral Care.

Many of our corals say WYSIWYG. This stands for "What You See Is What You Get". If you purchase one of these corals, you will receive the actual coral in the photo. For those corals that do not say WYSIWYG, the photos are representative of the species, size and color of the coral you will receive. This is most common when we have a great deal of the same coral, such as Star Polyps. In most case the corals in the photo and the coral you receive are from the same mother colony. Read the item description for the size of the coral and more information on how to care for it.

Testimonials

Update on the Berghia

The bergia made it just fine. Thanks for checking up on them. The bergia were bigger than I thought they would be. I put them in the tank and some of them immediaterly started eating. I havent seen them since they got here in January but I see that aip...

Doris

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