The only caveat is you’re limited to only getting deliveries on one or two days each week, depending on when the truck is going to be in your area.
I like having the option to order my groceries for home delivery. Although I’m spending more time outdoors now that things have improved a little bit socially, I’m still spoiled with the ease and simplicity of having my food and essential items delivered to my front door. The process of browsing the store inventory on my phone while laying on my couch lazily is a serious first-world privilege, but I love it nonetheless. And within a few hours, that order will arrive in the form of brown shopping bags lined up neatly on my front porch. Sure, there are always fees, but then again I don’t waste any gasoline going to the grocery store if I have it all delivered to my house instead. Lucky for me, there are more businesses these days offering home delivery than ever before. Aside from the restaurants in my area, most of the cannabis dispensaries are also offering home delivery. Some of them charge a flat fee on every order, but a few of them offer statewide delivery for free to any customer. The only caveat is you’re limited to only getting deliveries on one or two days each week, depending on when the truck is going to be in your area. I’m fine with ordering my marijuana products in advance even if I have to wait a week to get free home delivery. As long as you plan your purchases out ahead of time, this isn’t a problem for regular cannabis users. If you insist on getting something the same day, you can get in the car and drive to the dispensary yourself.
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