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New Law Causes Amazing Blowout Sales at S.F. Marijuana Dispensaries

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It’s a ‘Cheap Weed Weekend,’ as fire sale prices are in effect at California dispensaries before new state cannabis regulations kick in July 1. Certain cannabis stock will no longer be legal for these dispensaries to sell, and the state says, “Cannabis goods that do not meet all statutory and regulatory requirements must be destroyed in accordance with the rules pertaining to destruction.”

San Francisco dispensaries don’t want to destroy cannabis they’ve already bought, they’d rather sell it to you super cheap. We found the best super cheap deals at San Francisco marijuana dispensaries — but you’ve got to act fast, because these deals all go up in smoke at the dispensaries’ closing time on Saturday, June 30.


This is not a misprint — Shambhala on Mission Street is selling entire freaking ounces for $120. They’ve also got a variety of $20 eights, deeply discounted cartridges, and a long list of other cannabis items on sale.

Green Cross

The Green Cross’ Excelsior location has PAX Era pods as low as $30, half-ounces as low as $25 (while supplies last), and a very long list of other marijuana deals detailed in their online newsletter.


Both the Lower Haight and South of Market SPARC dispensaries are rocking discounts of up to 40%. If you buy in-store, the discount is taken at register. If you buy via SPARC Delivery the discount is taken after your order is placed.


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