My female baby Pastel Ball Python is beautiful and a little bigger than I thought. No issues at all and I like that there's a little card that gives you the date she was born and an explanation on what she's feeding on now and the day. I plan on orde... Read more
I was at work when my boa arrived so my wife was home, she said the snake crawled out of the bag as soon as she opened it, like she wanted to be held. It's been two days since she arrived and feels perfectly at home. Very curious and very sweet! My r... Read more
Oh my goodness! I ordered some feeder crickets and was blown away! At first I was skeptical, I really thought most of them would be dead when I got them. That was not the case. I received them in a very timely manner and had very MINIMAL loss. When I... Read more
This has to be the best service I have ever had dealing with reptiles. Xyzreptiles really cares about the animals they provide and making customers happy! The beautiful boa they sent me is just phenomenal it's so hard to just leave her in the cage be... Read more
Champagne Ball Python
The Champagne Ball Python has a mysterious origin story unlike any other in Ball Pythons. It has been called the Puma Ball Python although the name did not stick and the Puma today is the Spark X Yellowbelly Ball cross. When it first arrived in the US in early 2001 this snake was different than anything we had seen before. After a few deals behind closed doors, a resurfacing of the morph in Italy and the whisperings of a second animal in Africa, Champagnes started popping up for sale across the globe.
Today when you look for a Champagne Ball Python for Sale you will find an ever-growing number of combos and names associated with this morph. The Mimosa which is a Champagne Ghost and the Champagne Enchi are two of the more beautiful ones. This section will house all of the Champagnes and combos that we have in stock and was put together to make your search for that perfect snake an easy one.