At first I was stoked that cannabis was legalized in this state.
There has been a lot of debate over the last few years, but finally the potheads scored a victory for legalization.
I thought things couldn’t possibly get any better, but I was wrong. After two years of legalization, pot has become a very normal part of capitalism. The laws of the open market apply, which means that just like clothes, food, or beer, cannabis is a commodity that you can get for a great bargain if you know how to shop for it. Most cannabis dispensaries don’t have discount coupons, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t some great values and sales happening right under your nose. In my town we have four different cannabis dispensaries. With so much competition in the same local market, these dispensaries have to compete with one another, both in terms of price and customer service. In other words, chances are good that one of the four cannabis dispensaries is having a sale at any given time. Usually a sale on cannabis products isn’t advertised, nor listed on the store website, so you just have to physically go inside and look around. Going to four different cannabis dispensaries in one afternoon is actually not as fun as it sounds, after a while it gets boring! By doing this, I can look for sale bins or discount stickers in each store and determine which cannabis dispensary has the best deal that day. With as much weed as I smoke, this practice saves me hundreds of dollars a year.