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Frequently Asked Questions
Dispensaries, also known as “cannabis stores,” “pot shops,” and “weed stores,” are defined as licensed businesses that sell legal and locally grown cannabis products. Dispensaries can be medical, recreational, or CBD-only.
No, dispensaries cannot take credit cards, but more dispensaries are starting to accept debit cards or different forms of credit. Check with your dispensary to learn what form of payments they accept.
Dispensaries make money from selling locally grown and licensed cannabis products for medical or recreational use.
There is not an official limit on the amount of dispensaries you can visit in one day. However, the total amount of cannabis that can be bought collectively cannot exceed the legal limit set by the state you’re buying in.
No, weed dispensaries do not take insurance.
In some states, dispensaries may be required to track how much weed you buy.
Generally, no. Most dispensaries require you to be at least 21 years old to enter. However, some states have more lenient laws that allow for adults 18 years of age to receive a medical marijuana card, which allows them to enter a medical dispensary in their state.
Yes, you can go to a dispensary without a medical marijuana card. You only need a medical card if you want to enter a medical marijuana dispensary. Recreational dispensaries do not require medical cards, although you will be required to present a valid photo ID.
Yes, but it depends on where you live. Where weed is legal, some states allow delivery for both medical and recreational cannabis. Check out if there's a delivery dispensary near you with Leafly.