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.
By Robert Lanterman San Francisco is a lot of things, but cheap isn’t one of them. For instance, as of 2015 the rent for a one bedroom apartment was over three times what I paid for a two bedroom duplex around the same time in Boise, ID. Being new to the
Rewinery is a new SF company that offers “wines for tonight” deals. They curate wines from boutique producers and deliver them to their customers within the hour. It’s actaully a pretty cool idea because they make a point of taking the pretention out of wine and always give you a
Ohhh, Goodburger. The movie industry’s flop is New York City’s cheap meal. The Big Apple chain has started launching monthly promotions to keep its broke constituents well-fed. In April, anyone who “liked” Goodburger on Facebook got access to a discount code for 20% off. Now in May, every Wednesday from
I mean, all fish are weird when you think about it. One of the first things I do after I wake up in the morning (or afternoon) is check my inbox for those daily deal coupon offers. More often than not, though, I’m like, dude, I don’t WANT a Brazilian
Usually, pretending to be a tourist in NYC is only good for a killer Halloween costume or trying to get a pass for something stupid you’ve done like not having enough cab fair. But at Bloomingdale’s and Macy’s, it pays to be a “visitor.” Folks with out of state drivers
The Safeway grocery stores in San Francisco vary widely in quality from the you-could-eat-off-the-floors Marina Dateway to the hope-I-make-it-out-alive UnSafeway, so I’m glad to finally find out someone has made my job of navigating the aisles a little easier and cheaper in the process. Like your favorite hipster puppies or
While watching TLC’s “Say Yes to the Dress” the other day, I learned some important life lessons. Lesson number one: I should really re-evaluate my television watching priorities. Lesson number two: Spending more that $100 on a wedding stress is silly. Spending $15,000 on a wedding dress is criminally insane