6 Budget-Friendly Cannabis Edibles Waiting for You in Washington

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Nickel and diming on edibles can really add up over time. So, if you’d rather eat than smoke your cannabis, buying in bulk is a good route for value-minded shoppers.

To take some of the guesswork out of your next purchase, I headed to a few Washington dispensaries and asked the budtenders for their top budget-friendly recommendations.

Munchie Packs by Journeyman

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Check these menus for Journeyman edibles:

Journeyman cookies are delicious, effective, and one of the only brands that offer multiple flavors within the same package. For a mere Harriet Tubman ($20), you can grab a Journeyman Munchies Pack, which includes ten Triple Chocolate/Snickerdoodle/Peanut Butter cookies—totaling 100mg of THC.

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Malted Milkshake Tokens by Goodship

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Check these menus for Goodship edibles:

With 100mg spread between 10 servings, the Malted Milkshake Tokens from Goodship* are one of the tastiest offerings out there. Delivering next-level chocolate creaminess that melts in your mouth—and it gets you stoned?! Stock up with a 10-piece bag for just about $25. You will not be disappointed.

Rainbow Belts by FlavInc

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Check these menus for Flav edibles:

Have you ever eaten those Airheads XTremes Sour Belts and thought, I sure wish these could get me high? If so, pal, you’re in luck: for about $25, FlavInc has a bag of fruity Rainbow Belts to take you above and beyond. Coming in two sizes—100mg or 250mg—these are the perfect option for someone who likes to add a little umph to their snacking sessions.

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Fruit Chews by Smokiez Edibles

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Check these menus for Smokiez edibles:

Without skipping a beat, the budtender at Herban Legends recommended Smokiez, whether or not you’re restricted by a budget. Smokiez makes a plethora of products, but he pointed directly to the fruit chews. Coming in various flavors (Blackberry, Watermelon, Sour Blackberry, and Sour Watermelon, Tropical Flue, and Blue Raspberry), these edibles provide a tasty option for everyone out there who wants to get high in the simplest way possible. And at $28? Steal.

Illuminations by Verdelux Hard Candies

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Check these menus for Verdelux edibles:

“But Dante, what about the folks that love hard candies?” Don’t worry, I got your back. Grab some Illuminations, another sweet recommendation from the buddy at Herban Legends. For around $30, you get 100mg of THC—that’s a great deal. Plus they come in many different flavors, so you can really take a trip to FlavorTown, High Fieri style.

Ultimate Fudge Brownies by Magic Kitchen

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Check these menus for Magic Kitchen edibles:

Sometimes you need something rich and gooey to satisfy your cannabis cravings. According to a budtender at Have A Heart, these are the way to go for my fans of the baked goods. Another 100mg offering for the low-low ($30), Ultimate Fudge Brownies from Magic Kitchen will not let you down.

Editor’s note: Goodship and Leafly are both owned by Privateer Holdings.

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