UPDATE: marijuana delivery services are no longer allowed but you can purchase legally at Seattle marijuana stores. Winterlife Coop is no longer in operation and has converted to a recreational producer known as Winterlife Cannabis.
Another article about the Winterlife Cooperative, a Seattle marijuana delivery service, this time with a little more transparency. According to KomoNews.com, Winterlife employs roughly 50 individuals, about 30 of them are delivery drivers. In addition, the operators answer 400-600 delivery call per day.
The minimum order for marijuana delivery from Winterlife is $50. We know that not everyone is going to just pay the minimum. Especially since, many of the prepackaged 7 gram packages sell between $80-100. But let’s be conservative and say that everyone who orders spends $75 on average. And let’s make the number of daily calls 500, the average of 400-600. Conservatively, they could be raking in $37,500 per day.
But, we think the average amount each customer spends is closer to $100. If we were correct, Winterlife could be pulling in whopping $50,000 a day!
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