I love making orders on the internet from local retail stores.
It gives me two options—I can drive to the store and have them load it into my car, or I can get free two-day shipping directly to my house.
And since the digital coupons are easy to redeem when making online orders, I have lost any desire to return to my previous shopping habits. The best part is the effect it has on my wallet. It prevents me from wandering down aisles and looking at all of the products on sale and forces me to focus on what I need. These days you can get practically anything on the internet, even marijuana. You have to live in a legal state and order from a legal retailer in that same state, but you can visit the cannabis dispensary’s website to order from their product menu. Almost all of the cannabis dispensaries here also offer some kind of home delivery service, although most come with fees or order minimums if you want free delivery. Usually the weed stores with delivery services want you to spend anywhere from $50 to $200 on each order to qualify for free home delivery. However, we have two weed stores that offer free delivery regardless of how much money you spend on cannabis products in each order. The other stores charge a flat fee for cannabis delivery orders, usually between $10 and $25. For these reasons, I typically drive to the nearby cannabis store where I can look at the dispensary product menu with my own eyes.