Just about every retail product is now available on the Internet in some form or another. And for nearly every item you can purchase, there’s likely to be a coupon service to help/incite you to buy it. Including, apparently, marijuana.
MainStreet.com reports that a new site called WeedMaps.com has popped up to assist e-consumers looking for the best deals on pot (exclusively in states in which it is legal to purchase, of course). The site offers plenty of deals and promotions, including a just-launched Daily Deals program, in which buyers can find discount coupons that let you save up to 60% at participating dispensary locations — and unlike group sale sites like Groupon, no advance purchase is required.
The site is intended for people using pot for medicinal purposes — and “participating dispensary locations” is a fancy way of saying “we will only promote sales at legal pot-selling operations” (though it’s unclear whether you actually need a doctor’s prescription in order to buy the pot). Nonetheless, the savings are pretty steep — the “deals from dealers” out there include an offer for a free gram of marijuana if you spend $30 or more.