I don’t have to pay for the cannabis delivery service if my order is at least $100

It’s a great cannabis dispensary and they produce the best products in the state

I take full advantage of food and grocery store delivery services. One of my favorite chain grocery stores has a $10 subscription fee to get free home delivery and curbside pickup at the store at no extra cost. There is no minimum purchase amount to qualify every time as well. I find that I spend less money if I’m not left to wander the store when I’m trying to fulfill the items on my shopping list. Sometimes I’ll find coupons online that aren’t applicable in the store as well, so it definitely pays to do all of this through the store’s app if I can. My favorite store had a tracker for savings on orders, and I recently saw that I saved over $150 doing online orders over the past seven months straight. This is a huge benefit to my overall financial situation. Otherwise I couldn’t afford to buy cannabis as a way to calm down at the end of the day. I wouldn’t be able to justify the purchase of cannabis products if I had to give up food or other essentials just to afford them. Just like with my groceries, I also enjoy utilizing the cannabis delivery service if I can make an order over $100 to get free delivery. I’ll get a few jars of cannabis flower products to pay over $100 to get free home delivery. It’s a great cannabis dispensary and they produce the best products in the state. I think I would still utilize their services even if they weren’t the absolute best producers of cannabis this state has ever seen, but it makes it even easier that they are. Now that gas prices have increased so much, I don’t think there’s any impetus for cannabis dispensaries to offer free delivery.

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