Choosing the dispensary that offers delivery

I live in an area where there are multiple cannabis dispensaries available. Some are smaller boutique-style shops with limited menus but top-shelf products. There are some larger operations that include cultivation facilities and take their products from seed to sale. A couple of the dispensaries feature vape and dab lounges and on-site bakeries. The majority provide free parking, loyalty programs and daily specials. I’ve made it a point to shop at each of the dispensaries. As a fan of smokable flower and edibles, there is a significant difference from one product to another. I am very particular about safe packaging, flavor and potency. While I had a hard time choosing my favorite dispensary, I most often shop at the one that offers delivery service. My schedule is simply too hectic to allow a leisurely visit to the dispensary. The time it takes to battle rush-hour traffic, find a parking spot and wait in line to make my purchase is too much. When I’m done with work, I want to head straight home and start dinner preparations. I’m tired and anxious to see my husband. On the weekends, we usually have activities planned. Now and then, we make a special trip to the dispensary. Chatting with the budtenders and getting recommendations is enjoyable. Seeing and smelling the flower is helpful when I want to sample new strains. Most often, we prefer to simply shop online. We still have access to all of their products. We can look at pictures of the items and read descriptions. The THC and CBD percentages, terpenes, effects, weights and price are provided. I simply click on an item to add it to the cart. I can pay with a credit card and choose delivery during the checkout process.

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