Their store is 30 minutes away, but it has awful parking due to its exact location downtown
Back in the early 2000s many of us ordered food with no additional fees from the eating establishment. You always expected to leave a tip for the worker, however I only remember precious instances where there was a separate “delivery fee” tacked onto the total after the fact. This all changed in the early 2010s as major delivery chains all started adopting delivery fees in unison as oil prices soared before and during the Great Recession. I stopped ordering food by delivery except on special occasions as it was simply easier to option them up on our way home from work so our family could eat upon our arrival. That way you don’t even have to set aside money for a tip since they hand you the bins of food over the counter. However, I had no option but to order our cannabis products via delivery for the first year that cannabis was legal in this state. The closest dispensary was an hour away and I hated the traffic trying to get there. I would spend my money on a small delivery fee and get our cannabis products brought to our door. But now that there are more retail locations around the state, this same cannabis dispensary’s delivery maintenance no longer delivers to our area. Their store is 30 minutes away, but it has awful parking due to its exact location downtown. At a particular point I couldn’t justify the time it would consume out of our afternoon just to stop at a dispensary that was already slipping on the quality of its products in the first place. This cannabis dispensary lost a lot of quality customers when they rolled back much of their cannabis delivery services.