giga, while you're at it, I'd suggest ordering a spigot as backup too. Spigots are a challenge to properly clean and sanitize, given the interior parts that you can't access (on most, anyway). So you might either end up with infected batches somewhere down the road, or (as in my case) broken spigots when I got a bit aggressive trying to kill things. 180 degree water for 30 minutes may sanitize it nicely, but also can warp interior parts and make them unable to hold a seal.
I had an infection caused (apparently) by a bottling spigot that ruined many wonderful beers. That was very disheartening until I figured it out!