How Much Is A Pet Snake?

Is having a pet snake expensive?

The average cost of pet snakes varies based on the species and scarcity of the morph that you intend to buy.

You’ll also have to factor in the price of snake equipment, not to mention the ongoing cost of snake ownership.

Pet snakes, such as ball pythons, cost just $40.

But rare morphs are far more expensive.

How much does a pet snake cost?

So, how much is the average cost of pet snakes? Normally a snake will cost about 50 dollars up front (without a terrarium, food, bedding, and all of that jazz). Adding all of that together with the first time price of buying a pet snake will normally cost around 350 dollars.

What is the cheapest snake to buy?

The rosy boa can be purchased for around $30-40 as hatchlings at reptile shows, reptile stores, and on the Internet. They are not typically found in the big box retail pet stores, where you can readily find corn snakes and ball pythons. The rosy boa is a long lived snake, capable of living 25+ years or more.

How much does snake food cost?

Feeding a Snake

A small mouse fit for consumption, for example, can cost around $2. Know that some food sources, like mice and rats, may require freezing. Snakes can also demand bigger meals as they grow. Many owners expect to spend $50 or more on food for their snakes per month.