6 Budget-Friendly Cannabis Edibles Waiting for You in Washington

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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