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Who Needs Black Friday When There’s Green Friday?

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After 5 years of being one of San Francisco’s best cannabis dispensaries, Harvest has planted new seeds. The shop formerly known as Harvest has turned over a new leaf and has now become Urbana.

To celebrate this, they’ve upgraded your favorite cannabis shop and are knocking down price tags with killer door buster deals on 11/27 and 11/29!

The Festivities start on 11/27 for Green Wednesday where there will be a brand takeover in the lounge from Ember Valley, everyone’s favorite eighth. Pax will be bundling pods and Pax Era start kits, and Kiva will be offering a buy two get one on their complete line of Kiva Confections.

Then on 11/29 ditch the Black Friday lines and find your Urbana! Urbana kicks off with deals on quarter ounces for as low as $29+ tax and the Hot Box, which has 13 brands in it. The Hot Box has a value of $200, and if you get to Urbana before 10am it’s only $50, and $75 all day afterwards (while supplies last.

There will also be a DJ all day, tastings at the  bar in their on site consumption lounges, and light local bites scheduled at both the Geary and Mission locations.

Drop by either Urbana Geary (4811 Geary Blvd) or Urbana Mission (33 29th St. @ Mission) this year to give thanks for cannabis and get thanks for cannabis.

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