The points really add up after a couple of months

When my girlfriend and I moved to the city, we started going to the marijuana dispensary a couple of blocks away from our apartment. The dispensary has low prices on concentrate and dried marijuana flower. They have a different selection of products from week-to-week and they have items that are always available like Jack Herer, Super Silver Haze, and blue dream. When my girlfriend and I went to the dispensary for the first time, the budtender told us that all of our purchases qualified us to get points. Each dollar added a couple of points to our total and they carried over from month to month. They didn’t have any expiration date. My girlfriend and I honestly forgot about the points until last week when I only had $86 in my wallet and the total for my order was $90. I was going to use the ATM for the extra $4 and the budtender said I could use my points instead. He told me that I had a lot of points racked up. There were enough points for me to pay for the entire order plus another house pre-roll that was one gram. The points really add up after a while. My girlfriend had a ton of points as well. Later that afternoon the two of us went to the dispensary so we could see how many points she had available to spend. She only had $40 worth of points. I guess it is easy to see that I smoke a lot more marijuana than my girlfriend. I clearly purchased more items from the dispensary.


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