Seattle marijuana prices for December 2017 average around $12 per gram and $284 per ounce.
But keep in mind that those are averages. Savvy shoppers can almost always find their favorite strains for less.
Marijuana prices in Seattle have moved up in a faltering pattern this year, hitting a high of $284 in November.
That makes it crucial to comparison shop, which can help you save cash on your favorite strains and locate quality dispensaries.
You can use our marijuana price comparison tool to find the best Seattle marijuana prices and deals in your area of the nation.
Here’s where you’ll find the best Seattle marijuana prices:
Canna Seattle West and Trees Pot Shop currently offer some of the best deals on a gram in the Seattle area. Both have a gram for an average of just $10, or $2 less than the city’s overall average.
Of course, marijuana prices are similar in lower quantities. You’ll really start to see some savings when you buy in bulk.
Trees Pot Shop, for instance, also has great deals on ounces. It’s offering an ounce for an average of $200, or $84 less than average.
If you purchase an ounce per month, that’s a savings of nearly $1,000 per year.
We think it’ll be difficult to find a better deal elsewhere in Seattle. But we encourage you to shop around and report back. Leave a comment on this post and give us, and other recreational users and patients, the details.
Shopping for quality products
The products that dispensaries carry can differ greatly. For instance, Sour Diesel may differ in THC potency from shop to shop. That’s because dispensaries often use different growers.
Fortunately, there’s a great way to try out different dispensaries without breaking the bank. Many shops offer daily, weekly or monthly deals on certain quantities, products and strains.
And becoming a member at your favorite dispensary can save you some major cash on your favorite strains — around 10%.
Disclaimer: While we do our very best to guarantee that our prices are accurate and that the dispensaries listed carry these strains, prices and stock may change frequently. Check with the dispensary before making the trip.