Find weed dispensaries in Boston, MA


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More Info about dispensaries in Boston, MA

In Boston, MA marijuana is legal for adults age 21 or over. You can find both recreational and medical dispensaries in Boston. Medical marijuana dispensaries in Boston serve medical patients with a medical marijuana card, while recreational dispensaries serve adults without one. In general, the state of Massachusetts has a robust cannabis program that benefits many small cities and towns within the state. However, one notable caveat to the state’s program is that it allows some specific entities to set their own rules on marijuana use. These entities include cities, towns, employers, and landlords. Equally notable is that the city of Boston has a strict policy on public cannabis consumption, which is absolutely prohibited. Cannabis consumers who visit Boston from outside cities or states often mention the price of weed in Boston is much higher than in other areas of the state.

Boston, MA dispensaries at a glance

Navigating Boston’s dispensary scene can be tricky, but we know of a few tips that will make your experience a positive one. One important thing to know about dispensaries in Boston is even though weed prices tend to be higher, medical marijuana is usually exempt from many of the taxes that make recreational weed expensive. If you have a medical marijuana card issued by the state of Massachusetts and you’re looking to buy weed on a budget, it’s worth checking out a medical marijuana dispensary. However, Boston dispensaries do not accept out-of-state medical marijuana cards. If you’re visiting from out-of-state, prepare your budget for recreational dispensary prices, or ask your budtender about local weed deals and discounts that might make your cost lower.

Tips for dispensaries near Boston, MA

Finding weed in Boston is easy, but buying weed can be a little harder. Before you head to the dispensary, make sure you’re qualified to buy weed. In Boston, only adults age 21 or older can buy weed from recreational dispensaries and are limited to purchasing one ounce of flower or five grams of cannabis concentrate at a time. All dispensaries in Boston require a valid identification form to enter, such as a driver's license.

Medical marijuana dispensaries in Boston can only accept patients age 21 or older with a valid medical marijuana card issued by the state of Massachusetts. Medical marijuana patients in Boston are allowed to purchase up to a 60-day supply of cannabis. If you believe you have a qualifying condition for medical marijuana, consider getting a medical marijuana card from the state of Massachusetts. To start the application process, you’ll need to find a primary care provider registered with the state medical marijuana program. If you and your primary care provider determine that cannabis is a suitable treatment option for you, you will receive a pin number you can use to register online at the Massachusetts Medical Use of Marijauana Program website. There are no enrollment fees associated with getting a medical marijuana card in Boston.

Frequently asked questions

In Boston, it's legal for adults age 21 or over to buy recreational weed.

Only adults age 21 or over with a valid form of identification card are allowed to buy recreational marijuana in Boston. Adults age 18 or older with a valid medical marijuana card issued by the state are allowed to purchase from medical dispensaries.

In Boston, marijuana must be consumed in a private residence. Smoking or consuming marijuana in public places like Fenway Park is illegal.

In Boston, medical patients are allowed to purchase a 60-day supply of cannabis. The exact amount allowed is set by their primary doctor. Recreational consumers can only have one ounce in their possession and 10 ounces at home.
The only legal place to buy cannabis in Boston is at a licensed marijuana dispensary.
Yes, out of state visitors can buy weed from recreational dispensaries in Boston as long as they are 21 years old or older and have a valid form of identification, such as a driver's license.
Yes, visitors from out of state can buy weed from recreational dispensaries in Boston as long as they are 21 years old or over with a valid form of identification.
In Boston, adults may possess up to one ounce on their person and 10 ounces at home
The only place to find legal recreational weed in Boston is at a recreational marijuana dispensary. Find a dispensary near you using Leafly's dispensary database.
Medical marijuana cards are not required to purchase weed in Boston, although patients 18 years old or older can still apply for them.
In order to buy medical marijuana in Boston, you must first obtain a medical marijuana card issued by the state. Once you have that, you can buy weed from any medical marijuana dispensary in the state.

To get a medical marijuana card in Boston, you’ll need to check whether you meet any of the qualifying medical conditions that are required to get a card. Next, find a marijuana doctor in Boston who is registered with the state Medical Use of Marijuana Program to visit. During your visit, ask your doctor if medical marijuana is a suitable treatment option for you. If you do qualify for a card, your provider will give you a PIN number. Use this number to register for your card online through the Massachusetts Medical Use of Marijuana Program website. There are no fees to enroll.

In Boston, you can purchase up to one ounce of recreational cannabis per day and five grams of concentrate. For medical marijuana patients, the amount varies and is limited to a 60-day supply, with amounts determined by your marijuana doctor.

Look no further. Leafly’s list of MA’s best dispensaries has you covered.







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