Yesterday, I received an order from one dispensary’s cannabis delivery service.
I appreciate getting home deliveries from online shopping stores. I now get all of my non-perishable food and groceries delivered to my front door. The same grocery store and superstore chains are offering their inventory for online shopping. You can pull out your shopping list and put every item in your shopping cart on the website before finalizing the order with a card payment. Then the stores will either have their own delivery teams that bring your groceries to your house or other stores partner with third party companies that hire their own workers who do the shopping and deliveries on behalf of the store. They’re not all the same, some can supply you accurate delivery estimates that can be as soon as an hour out from the point of sale. Other stores are all over the place with their time estimates on when you can expect the delivery driver to arrive at your front door. The legal recreational and medical marijuana stores are no different. First off, some of them charge a fee that is somewhere between $10 and $30 for every delivery order, while others waive their fee if you meet a minimum order threshold. Sometimes you only need to make an order as big as $80 to get free delivery, while other marijuana stores want you to make an order greater than $200 to have your delivery fee waived. Yesterday, I received an order from one dispensary’s cannabis delivery service. They were meticulous with their time estimates and arrived the next day at the exact hour they had given me. I decided to order a half ounce of Durban Poison cannabis flower buds. Durban Poison is a famous cannabis sativa strain from Africa. All of these years later, it’s still grown by cannabis dispensaries all over the country and enjoyed by millions.