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Where to Find the Best 4/20 Deals in San Francisco

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This awesome list of 4/20 deals is brought to you by the fine folks at Bloom Room. Stop in this week to stock up on all your 4/20 needs.

The high holy holiday of 4/20 falls on a Saturday this year, so it will be San Francisco’s biggest and craziest 4/20 ever. And there are crazy-good 4/20 deals at dispensaries and delivery services across the Bay Area to help celebrate. We’ve rolled up a roundup of the best 4/20 marijuana deals in San Francisco, to make sure your wallet doesn’t choke when you smoke up in observance of 4/20.

Of course, Saturdays are always the busiest day of the week at dispensaries, and will be even more so when 4/20 falls on a Saturday. With that in mind, you may want to stock up in advance.

420 WEEK AT BLOOM ROOM

It’s 4/20 all week at Jessie Street’s Bloom Room dispensary, where they’re celebrating 420 Week from Monday, April 15 – Sunday, April 21. The Bloom Room will boom with $20 eighths and 20% off all cartridges, extracts, prerolls, edibles, and topicals, so there’s something for everybody. And on the actual day of Saturday, April 20 Bloom Room will have $1 deals from 12 of the coolest California cannabis brands, so check their 420 demo schedule to see who’s dealing at what time on the day you know what time it is.

FOUR DAYS OF 420 AT HARVEST

Both Harvest on Geary and Harvest off Mission are pulling a four-day celebration for this year’s 420 proceedings, and their in-house smoking lounges will be on fire with daily deals, goodie bags, local bites, live DJs, tasting bar and cannabis cocktails. Thursday kicks it off with a Tasting Bar Debut, Friday is a beat-the-crowds say with Deals Galore, there are all-day deals for Saturday’s 420 Lounge-A-Palooza, and Sunday presents a wellness day hangover cure with a CBD Mimosa Bar.

FLOWER CO.’S 420 SPRING BLOSSOM SOIREE

You’ll always find the best marijuana deals at the deep discount, wholesale prices “Costco of weed” delivery service Flower Co. (Though you will have to place your order this weekend to have your product delivered in time for 420). Flower Co. is also throwing the swankiest 420 party in town Saturday night at the 420 Spring Blossom Soiree at the Hotel Kabuki, where artists, flower-themed costumes, performances, DJs, and live music will celebrate the 420 and the Cherry Blossom Festival.  

12 DAYS OF 420 AT VAPOR ROOM

The new Vapor Room

It’s already 4/20 at the reborn Vapor Room, where the 12 Days of 420 are in effect. The deals change daily, so check the Vapor Room website for today’s deal action.

FREE OUNCE GIVEAWAY AT SHAMBHALA

Every time you check in at Shambhala between now and 4/20, you get another entry into their free ounce giveaway. The winner will be picked on 4/20.

PAX ERA VAPORIZER FOR $14.20 AT SPARC

Another deal already underway is at both SPARC locations, where a Pax Era vaporizer is on sale for $14.20. Those babies usually cost thirty bucks!

GREEN DOOR’S ANNUAL 4/20 CELEBRATION

As they do every 4/20, the Green Door dispensary will be blazing with giveaways, celebrity budtenders, food trucks, and a live DJ, with the party starting at 9 a.m.

FREE CHICKEN SANDWICH AT 4:20

Both the Rincon Hill and Berkeley locations of The Bird will offer their famous chicken sandwich for free to the first 50 people in line at 4:20 p.m. on 4/20 (though you have to follow @thebirdsf on Instagram first.) And even if you miss that, they’re selling that signature sandwich for $4.20 the rest of the day.

Know any other great 4/20 deals? Smoke ‘em out in the Comments section below!

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