Medical marijuana is legal in Minnesota, but there are no licensed weed delivery services in the state. While residents may order medical cannabis products online from state-approved medical cannabis dispensaries, they must pick up their products at the dispensaries' retail locations. Most dispensaries offer in-person or curbside pickup services for medical marijuana products ordered online. Patients must possess valid government-issued IDs and medical marijuana cards to receive their orders.
No. There are no medical marijuana delivery services in Minnesota. The Minnesota Cannabis Therapeutic Research Act (MCTRA) legalized medical cannabis but did not make provisions for medical marijuana delivery. However, there are indications that Minnesota may soon permit medical cannabis delivery services following the recent enactment of the state’s Adult-use Cannabis Act.
No. Currently, there are no recreational marijuana delivery services in Minnesota. The Adult-Use Cannabis Act passed into law in May 2023 legalized recreational cannabis but will not become effective until August 1st, 2023. Legal sales of recreational marijuana through state-licensed adult-use dispensaries will become effective by 2025. Section 10.342.10 of the Act provides for various marijuana business licenses and operations in Minnesota, including cannabis delivery businesses.
Yes. Registered cannabis patients and caregivers can order medical cannabis online from state-approved dispensaries. However, Minnesota law does not permit home delivery of medical marijuana products. Patients and caregivers can use the dispensaries’ curbside pickup option to receive their orders. Minnesota law approves only in-person or online ordering of medical cannabis products from the dispensary. Patients cannot order weed from the dispensaries by phone. Although recreational marijuana is now legal in Minnesota, sales are yet to commence.
You cannot order any amount of weed for delivery in Minnesota as the state currently permits no weed delivery services.
There are no medical or recreational weed delivery services in Minnesota. However, registered patients aged 18 years or older can order medical cannabis products online and pick them up at dispensaries.
The Adult-use Cannabis Act of 2023 set the criteria for businesses interested in providing weed delivery services in Minnesota. Prospective businesses must obtain cannabis delivery service licenses from the Minnesota Office of Cannabis Management. The license entitles holders to purchase cannabis and cannabis products from licensed marijuana retailers and deliver them to customers.
There are no weed delivery services in Minnesota. Also, licensed medical marijuana dispensaries do not offer marijuana delivery services.
Current Minnesota medical cannabis law has no provisions for weed delivery services. However, patients who order medical cannabis from licensed dispensaries must tender their medical marijuana cards and valid government-issued identification cards in order to pick up their orders from the dispensaries or curbsides.
Presently, no city in Minnesota has a weed delivery service.