With cannabis laws changing daily and over 37 states legalizing marijuana for recreational or medical use, we’re sure you have questions about marijuana delivery services.
For states that offer recreational cannabis delivery services, you can place your order on a website or through an app that you download. Once on the site or app, you can browse a variety of products like flower, concentrates, pre-rolls, topicals, edibles, and more. Some sites and apps offer discounts or will showcase their suggested staff picks for you to try as well.
Most deliveries come directly from the dispensary, while others come from a third-party location.
Once you find the marijuana delivery service you love (we’re sure it’s Doobie!) you can browse products, look at reviews and effects, and see what’s featured by the marijuana delivery service as fan favorites. After you’ve decided what you want, you place your order and the weed delivery service will call, text, or email you to keep you posted on where your order is.
To accept the cannabis delivery, you have to show your valid ID showing that you’re at least 21 years of age. Deliveries usually take 1-3 hours depending on where you’re located, and delivery services are pretty good at keeping you in the loop about where your bud is.
As of now, California, Nevada, and Oregon are the only states that allow you to order cannabis delivery with no restrictions. Arizona, Colorado, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Missouri, New Mexico, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont require you to register with the state as an approved marijuana consumer or caregiver, and there may be applicable limits involved. These include a limit on how often you can place an order, to needing a residential address to have cannabis products delivered to.
However, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Washington, and Washington D.C. all accept out-of-state medical marijuana cards.
Double-check with your state’s laws to get a better understanding of the laws for medicinal versus recreational cannabis delivery, requirements for medical marijuana delivery, and overall do’s and don’ts for placing your weed delivery.
At Doobie, we make cannabis easy by delivering medicinal-grade cannabis to help people feel good. Give us a ring if you need a buzz! We currently operate in select cities in California, serve the medical community in St. Louis, and are gearing up to come to a city near you very soon. Think of it as happiness delivered.
Cannabis delivery is fairly new and laws are always changing, always be sure to double-check your state’s laws before ordering!