UPDATE! You can now buy recreational weed in Seattle and the state of Washington. Check out our guide for Seattle marijuana stores.
Where to Buy Recreational Weed in Seattle
We are still waiting for the recreational marijuana industry to officially open. In the meantime, the question of the day is?
There are a handful of cannabis delivery services in the Seattle area whom will deliver marijuana to your door just like the pizza dude delivers pizza. Some of these are medical marijuana services who will deliver as long as you just have a valid ID showing you are 21 years of age or older. You don’t even need a medical marijuana card. How cool is that? Or you can get your supply online and get it delivered to your door via buy weed online canada.
But 2 most notable deliver services serve the recreational side of the industry: The Winterlife Cooperative and Club Raccoons.
The Winterlife Cooperative has enjoyed an enormous amount of exposure over the last several months. Time Magazine and Huffington Post both covered the grey area delivery services as well as local publications such as The Stranger. With this amount of exposure you may wonder how they could continue to operate without any hiccups at all but it’s been business as usual.
Ordering from Winterlife is simple. Just pick up the phone, dial the number located on their website, and tell the operator that you want a delivery. The operator will take your name and number and have a driver, using a pseudo name of a critter, will call you back when he or she has a moment. Depending on how busy Winterlife is at the time of your call, in my experience, you usually you just have to wait 40-60 minutes.
Be sure to check out the online menu on Winterlife’s website. The menu is updated on a regular basis and plenty of information about the available strains. In addition to the menu, the website itself is fairly informative and you will find that this recreational cannabis delivery service donates money to the South Sound Critter Care.
Club Raccoons is more of a low key/low profile operation which uses delivery riders (on bicycle) instead of the typical delivery driver. Do I dare call the deliver riders “peddlers?” I just did.
Club Raccoons operates from a Twitter account with more than 1000 followers, has a wordpress website, and a local hotline number with a 206 prefix. These peddlers predominantly operate out of the Capitol Hill area.
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