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Denver Dispensary Explains Why Ordering Cannabis Online could have its cons for customers

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June 24, 2020

With COVID-19 cases on the rise across the state, many people have been looking for different ways to get the cannabis products they love using every day. This means more people are starting to rely on online delivery services and ordering cannabis without ever setting foot in one of the many weed shops in Denver. While it may seem convenient, it’s not always the best idea. This is what you need to know about ordering your favorite weed online and why you should avoid it.

You May Not Know What You’re Getting
When you visit a dispensary, you’re able to see the products before you buy them. This helps you know whether the flower you’re buying is fresh or old and gives you the chance to make substitutions if your favorite strain or product is unavailable. When you order online, you won’t be able to preview the weed before it arrives at your door. Though most dispensaries try to maintain high quality standards, some are willing to let things slide. This means you may end up with a disappointing smoking experience.

You Won’t Be Able to Ask Questions
One of the biggest benefits of buying high-quality cannabis from a dispensary is the ability to ask questions while you’re there. The budtenders know their products and are able to explain the benefits of each item in the case. This makes it easy for you to make informed decisions about the types of products you’re buying. When you order online, you won’t be able to ask questions or learn about the products before you place your order. This means you’re at-risk of getting something that you won’t enjoy or that won’t do what you want it to. Worse, returns are virtually impossible, so you’ll be out the money completely.

You May End Up Paying More
Believe it or not, buying cannabis online won’t actually save you money in most cases. It may even end up costing you more. Not only do you have to pay for the cannabis itself, but you’ll have to pay for a delivery surcharge which can be as much as $10. You’ll also need to be willing to tip the delivery driver who brought you your cannabis in the first place. While you might save yourself a little time by not having to make the trip to the dispensary, you’ll pay a premium for the ability to get weed without leaving your home. Just think of how much extra cannabis you can buy with what you save by going to the dispensary yourself!

Stop By Altitude
The next time you need to replenish your stash, don’t settle for questionable delivery services. Instead, stop by your nearest dispensary. At Altitude the Dispensary, we’re committed to providing you with only the highest quality cannabis at prices you can afford. Our experienced budtenders are on-hand to help answer your questions and find your new favorite products every time. Your safety and satisfaction are our priority and we’ll do everything we can to make sure you find the best weed for your desired high.