Update: Marijuana delivery in Seattle in officially not allowed but there are some weed delivery services that are still up and running, and even advertising in local publications. We do not condone these services but keep this guide around as a historical reference. The Winterlife Cooperative, the most famous of the delivery services, has officially closed and is now producing weed-infused vegan cookies under the name Winterlife Cannabis. You can purchase these cookies at marijuana stores in Seattle. Alternatively if you are looking for marijuana without leaving you house you could also check out online dispensaries such as online green dispensary canada which might be avilable for you to have marijuana delivered to your home. Don’t forget that this is all based on your state’s laws on the use of marijuana whether medical or recreational.
High Above Seattle does not condone or promote the act of using marijuana delivery services in Seattle or Washington State, to purchase and obtain marijuana in any form. Even though, this grey area activity is being allowed on the state level, it is illegal on the federal level.
Although, pot delivery services have been allowed to operate, Washington State Liquor Board has proposed new rule changes to completely ban existing marijuana delivery services in Seattle and Washington State. Though we respect their decision, the fact is, an unique and lucrative “sub-industry,” to the upcoming recreational marijuana industry – not only exists – but is establishing itself and has been growing exponentially. We believe this “sub-industry” and possible statewide legal implementation, should be examined further as the benefits for the citizens and Washington State are too great to ignore.
We have merely collected and gathered information, which already exists, in addition to interviews and feedback; and organized it in guide form to give a clear detailed representation of the industry, and how the businesses and services compare and contrast with each other. We believe this information will create a clear and more organized overview of the “sub-industry,” and be of aid in further examination, of possibly making this activity legal – at the very least – on the state level.
We are not responsible for how you use this guide, or if you use the guide in any manner other than what we described above.
The following pot delivery opportunists have taking advantage of Washington State’s painfully slow roll out of the official recreational marijuana industry and relaxed policing by authorities; to create a “sub-industry” of their own, albeit grey area. While selling and delivering cannabis is considered a grey area activity, under state law, it is perfectly legal for an adult in Washington State – 21 years of age or older – to possess up to an ounce of marijuana.
Even though the future of these wheeled cannabis merchants may be short lived, hope remains and they continue to make a claim that they should exist, especially since the most populated areas of Seattle may be without many retail marijuana options.
Currently, there are at least 12 Seattle marijuana delivery service options for the recreational crowd. Check back often as this list and guide will be updated when new Seattle weed delivery services are added.
Accept all payment methods (cash/debit/credit:
ATM Delivery, Free Leaf Delivery, Downtown Dev
Club Raccoons, ATM Delivery
Other Discount Incentives:
Winterlife Cooperative, ATM Delivery, Aloha Cannabis Club, Renton Herbalist
Low Minimum Order:
Gardens Express, Seattle Green Buds
Deliver Outside Seattle:
ATM Delivery, South Sound Herbalist
ATM Delivery, Downtown Dev
The Renton Herbalist, Seattle Green Buds, South Sound Herbalist
>>>Comprehensive Summary and List of Marijuana Delivery Services in Seattle <<<
The Winterlife Cooperative is one of the oldest, the biggest, and the most popular delivery service in Seattle. These weed courier pioneers have been featured locally by The Stranger and Seattle Times newspapers, and have garnered national attention from media powerhouses such as Time Magazine and Huffington Post, and longtime cannabis publication, High Times.
All deliver drivers go by names of critters to keep their identity private (Ie., Bear, Oppossum, Wolverine, Wombat and Bunny). After all, they are operating under taboo and grey area circumstances. But, the critter concept doesn’t stop there. Proceeds of sales go to the South Sound Critter Care whom help out small, injured, animals in the region. In fact, if you purchase the $350 premier package, which includes a huge assortment of items including cannabis strains, edibles, glass pipe and vaporizer pen, an entire $100 is donated to SSCC.
Winterlife delivers to the greater Seattle area from from North Beacon Hill/Mt Baker/W. Seattle Neighborhoods to North 185th St. in Shoreline. They have a very informative website with an updated online menu. In addition to a broad selection of cannabis, they also sell an assortment of edibles, vaporizers, pipes and bubblers.
Being one of the oldest, the biggest, and the most popular marijuana delivery service in Seattle does not come without drawbacks. During peak hours, heavy traffic and current media coverage, these critters can become overwhelmed and delivery times are sometimes affected. Plan ahead or look for another delivery option if a delay occurs.
Pros: Broad selection of quality cannabis, online menu updated daily, dedicated community involvement
Cons: Because of their popularity, they can be overly busy at times which can sometimes greatly effect timeliness of deliveries
Menu: Their Sour Haze and Permafrost strains are primo. The Alchemy cannabis infused milk chocolate bars is an excellent edible choice.
Incentives: Check out menu for “value” flowers
Coverage: Greater Seattle area: Capital Hill, Queen Anne, South Lake Union, Eastlake, Madison Valley, Montlake, Downtown, First Hill, Central District, Shoreline, Lake City, Maple Leaf, Crown Hill, Ballard, Magnolia, Bitter Lake, Greenwood, Phinney, Wallingford, U-District, Ravenna, Greenlake
Hours: 10am-9pm, 7 days a week
Payment: Cash Only. $50 Minimum Order.
Along with Winterlife Cooperative, Club Raccoons is the oldest Seattle marijuana delivery service. In fact, these 2 local pioneers used to be the same company, but have since separated.
This unique, super nice, and open minded group, uses bicycles to deliver an assortment of marijuana strains, as well as the popular pot-infused gummy bears by Cannabee Candy Company. Because of the unique ec0-friendly philosophy, their delivery range is limited to Capitol Hill and Central District neighborhoods. If you live in the area, you may have seen these raccoons peddling around, not knowing that they were hard at work and in the middle of making a delivery to an eagerly waiting customer.
Their website is pretty much non-existent, but they are very active on Twitter where they post daily menus of available strains of cannabis, along with bits of their philosophies and beliefs. They also offer a Happy Hour during the day that can get you 5 bucks off of your entire purchase. Expect exceptional customer service when dealing with this Seattle marijuana delivery service.
Keep in mind that these raccoons are closed Monday and Tuesday, as they need a couple days to reenergize their tired legs. Free delivery.
Pros: Uber-friendly and generous, customer service is excellent, quality of cannabis is superior, free delivery
Cons: Deliveries are limited to Capitol Hill and Central District only
Menu: Their Purple Arrow is unreal. Cannabee gummy bears are fun edibles.
Incentives: $5 off during happy hour, 1-4pm Wed-Sun
Coverage: Capital Hill and Central District only.
Hours: 1pm-9pm Wed-Sun
Payment: Cash Only.
Hotline: 206-251-3352 (call or text)
Art Euro, the owner of ATM Delivery, has only been delivering for less than 2 months; launching his pot delivery service on the celebration of 4/20. Despite being the new delivery service on the block, ATM has seen instant success, but not without a lot of hard work and a few speed bumps along the way.
To help launch his weed delivery business, Euro spent pre-4/20, posting his handmade stencil posters all over over Seattle to help publicize his new found venture. What he didn’t plan for was, a demand for his service which was greater than the number of drivers he commissioned. ATM was so busy, it sometimes took a day for them to return calls as they were desperately looking to hire extra drivers.
Today, ATM is still as busy as ever, and still hiring drivers to expand their coverage in this obviously lucrative sub-industry. Although they have an established online presence with Twitter and their website, you will most likely need to call to get an updated menu.
Large selection of flowers and concentrates are available. Also, ATM delivers cannabis infused edibles and beverages. Check out their website for an assortment of membership packages that will help you save money and allow you to schedule monthly deliveries. The more money you pay for membership, the more benefits you will receive.
Pros: Monthly memberships saves $$$, cannabis-infused beverages available, discounts for military and tourists, deliver available outside Seattle
Cons: Delivery fees (check out website for delivery fee)
Menu: Black Mamba or Blueberry Diesel; lollipop edibles ,or Evergreen Herbal Strawberry Lemonade cannabis-infused beverage
Incentives: Free gram of weed with every purchase during happy hour 4-8pm daily (need to remind them). 5% discount for downtown residents, tourists, pick-up orders, military, UW Students, and mmj cardholders
Coverage: Seattle/Right outside Seattle area
Hours: 10am-Midnight (Mon-Thur); Sat/Sun (10am-2am)
Free Leaf Delivery
Unlike the rest of the marijuana delivery services in this guide, Free Leaf Delivery does not have an online presence. In fact, they rely solely on print ads in local publications such as The Stranger, where they have been known to purchase giant half page ads. According to Free Leaf business correspondent Addison, ‘the print ads have created significant buzz and business and they don’t see any need of changing the business model any time soon.’
The cannabis menu is rather sparse but this is not due to lack of product. Addison explained that ‘they purposely only offer a few strains because can only update their menu whenever they publish an ad.’ The latest ad features a simple menu of 2 indicas, 2 hybrids, and 2 sativas. In addition to flowers, there latest ad offered an oil, vaporizer, pre-rolled joints, and brownies. Simple.
We like Free Leaf Deliveries’ simple, less is more, business plan which seems to be working really well for them and keeping their delivery service organized. Although free deliveries, as their name suggests, is not entirely unheard of in this sub-industry, but it’s still something to take note of.
Pros: free delivery, accepts debit and credit cards
Cons: menu is limited, no discounts or incentives
Menu: Sour Diesel. If not available, Grape Kush. For edibles, brownies.
Hours: 12pm-8pm daily
Downtown Dev is a Seattle marijuana delivery that serves the greater downtown area. These areas include: Capitol Hill, Lower Queen Anne, South Lake Union, and First Hill. They make it clear on their website that they will not deliver outside these areas.
An online menu limited to a few strains of marijuana, can be found on their simple and easy to navigate website. Currently, they have 3 strains of each: indica, hybrid, and sativa. There are no signs of edibles or pot-infused beverages available.
Downtown Dev also has a twitter presence, but at the time, it is not very conversational. Must have exact cash and tip as they do not except credit cards. Downtown Dev is a great for night owls as they are open until midnight 7 days a week.
Pros: free delivery
Cons: menu is limited, no discounts or incentives
Menu: Their Super Lemon Haze is top shelf.
Hours: 11am-midnight daily
Aloha Cannabis Club
This marijuana delivery service only caters to the Eastside of Seattle. Bad news if you live in any other area of Seattle, but great news if you live on the Eastside, as this delivery service embodies the Aloha spirit of Hawaii.
Any adult over the age of 21 may pay the monthly fee and become a member of the club. Once you are a member, members may enjoy the delivery of cannabis that is shared by another member, and only pay the delivery fee. The type of cannabis available is limited to the cannabis members currently possess.
The Aloha Cannabis Club is a true club, not just a weed delivery service. Other services include: social events such as potlucks, luaus, film festivals, concerts and DJ events; outdoor adventure events such as camping, hiking, skiing, kayaking; transportation such as limo rides and party busses; and travel tours to local icons such as the Space Needle and Mt. St. Helens. Check out their website for more details.
Pros: members only pay for the delivery fee
Cons: delivery is limited to the Eastside of Seattle
Menu: As their name suggests, go with the Maui Wowie
Incentives: members only pay for the delivery fee
Coverage: Eastside of Seattle
Hours: call for more info
Payment: call for more info
Gardens Express is a weed delivery outfit serving the greater Seattle area. The menu of flowers is rather limited, but based on feedback, the quality of herb is superb. Not only do they deliver quality flowers but they also deliver cannabutter and cannabinoid concentrates. This pot delivery service welcomes tourists and business travelers, as I’m sure visitors welcome the low $35 minimum donation fee. The online cannabis menu is updated on a daily basis.
For those who would rather text than call, or are in a situation where they are unable to make a call, Gardens Express is one of the few marijuana delivery services who offer texting. Expect 15-60 minute wait times.
Pros: low minimum donation fee, can order by texting
Cons: limited menu of flowers
Menu: The Tangerine Haze is tangy good. Don’t forget the Cannabutter!
Hours: 1-10pm daily
Payment: $35 min. donation
Hotline: 206.607.7753 text: 631-964-7581
The Renton Herbalist
Washington State I-502 icon Steve Elliot has had only good things to share about the high quality cannabis behind this Seattle marijuana delivery service. Not only has Elliot written about the cannabis and his delivery experiences but has shared images of the flowers via Twitter. In fact, The Renton Herbalist has been reviewed 3 times by the Seattle Times.
Although they do not have a website, they do have an online presence on Facebook. Contact them by phone, or message on Facebook, to find out what type of cannabis they have in stock.
Pros: favorable review by Steve Elliot
Cons: no online menu
Menu: Call for selection
Hours: 9am-9pm, daily
Seattle Green Buds
Seattle Green Buds is a marijuana delivery service that covers downtown and surrounding areas, from First Hill to Montlake. The courier service has a lower than usual minimum order of $40, which is especially nice if you are a tourist or a business traveller, and just want a smaller amount of cannabis.
Although, they only have a small updated menu of flowers on their website, but it is fairly detailed. In fact, its is fairly similar to the Winterlife Cooperative menu format. A few decent and tasty edible choices exist.
Must have exact change and a tip, as they only except cash. They are closed Monday.
Pros: low minimum order, limited but detailed menu
Cons: limited menu of flowers
Menu: The Cherry Pie hybrid is a top shelf choice. For edibles, the chocolate chip cookies.
Hours: 9am-9pm daily, closed monday
Payment: Cash only. $40 min. order
Seattle’s Best Cannabis Delivery
This pot courier service has an assortment of flowers, edibles, beverages, and concentrates. They have a small website with a bare bones menu and little information. According to a print ad in The Stranger, they ask that you call to check availability and state delivery is available for most Seattle areas.
They are closed Sunday and open limited hours Monday thru Friday.
Pros: a decent selection of flowers
Cons: website is bare bones and could use more information about the delivery service
Menu: Organic blue dream. For edibles, rice crispies are good.
Hours: 11am-9pm, Mon-Fri; 1pm-6pm, Sat. closed Sunday
Payment: Cash only. $50 min. order
South Sound Herbalist
This discreet and very professional weed delivery service covers the area from Seattle to Olympia. Hours of operation are listed below but they plan on expanding to 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They confidently claim that their cannabis is better than Winterlife Cooperative’s selection. No spoilers here – we will let you arrive at your own conclusion.
This pot delivery service covers a large area and has been known to deliver as south as the State capitol of Olympia. Must call to find out their current selection of flowers as they do not have an online menu. First time customers receive a sample pack with their first order.
Pros: Deliver as far away as Olympia
Cons: No online menu
Menu: Call for selection
Discounts: free sample pack with first order
Coverage: Seattle to Olympia
Hours: 9am-9pm, daily
Weed 24 delivery service has a small website and an even smaller selection of flowers. In fact, as of writing this guide, they only have 3 choices. There is a map of West Seattle on their website, so maybe they cater to West Seattle?
If you want any more information, you may want to call them!
Cons: not a lot of information about this delivery service
Coverage: West Seattle?
Must Be 21 Years of Age or Older
You MUST be 21 years of age to legally,under state law, purchase cannabis or cannabis infused products in the State of Washington. Under federal law, it is illegal to purchase cannabis or cannabis infused products. If you purchase cannabis, have your ID ready. Even if you think you look grown up, act like it as well, and have your ID ready. DO NOT jeopardize jobs, businesses, or the marijuana industry. If you are not 21 years of age, If you are not 21 years of age, go to the convenient store and buy a candy bar or soda.
Respect the Industry
The recreational marijuana industry is an entirely new upcoming industry, and will be legal on the state level in Washington State; as marijuana delivery is a new “sub-industry, ” albeit grey area. There is a lot of demand, supply that changes hands, a lot of wrinkles to iron out, a lot to learn and discover, etc. These Seattle marijuana delivery services are doing the best that they can with the resources they have, and what regulations are given to them. They may not always be on time, they may be slower than usual because of demand or media coverage, or may not be able to deliver at all. Respect this and they will respect you.
The majority of delivery drivers in any industry, make most of their money from tips. If you give a pizza deliverer 2 bucks for a $20 pizza, that’s 10%. It’s not much, but 10% should be the minimum. How much should you give if the delivery driver if they gave you $80 worth of pizza? Do the math…
Promote the Industry
The idea of having cannabis delivered to your apartment or house is pretty cool, huh? If you think it’s so cool and would love to have this option every day, call, email, or tweet the Washington State Liquor Control Board, and your local government, and let them know how great this sub-industry is and that it should be legal. The more supporters that band together, the better the chances that Seattle marijuana delivery will be here to stay.
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