Residents of Minneapolis cannot order weed for delivery to their homes. However, qualifying medical marijuana patients aged 18 years or older can place orders for medical cannabis, but they must collect their products at the dispensaries.
No, the delivery of medical marijuana is not legal in Minneapolis. Medical marijuana was legalized in Minnesota following the passage of the Minnesota Medical Marijuana Act in 2014, but the Act made no provisions for medical marijuana delivery.
No, Minneapolis does not permit the delivery of recreational marijuana. Minnesota legalized adult-use marijuana in May 2023 when Governor Tim Walz signed HF-100 into law. HF-100 made provisions for recreational weed delivery services, but legal sales will not begin until March 1, 2025.
Registered marijuana patients or their designated caregivers in Minneapolis can make phone or online orders for medical marijuana products, but they must go to the dispensaries to receive their orders.
Although medical marijuana patients in Minneapolis can order cannabis products online, such products cannot be delivered to them. They must visit the dispensaries to pick up their products. They may order up to 2.5 oz of weed every 14 days.
Weed delivery services are currently illegal in Minneapolis.
Minnesota medical marijuana laws made no provisions for weed delivery services. Hence, no business or person can provide marijuana delivery services in Minneapolis.
There are no weed delivery services in Minneapolis, but patients are allowed to phone their dispensaries to place orders for medical marijuana. Such orders must be picked up by the patients or their caregivers at the dispensaries.
There are no weed delivery services in Minneapolis. However, medical marijuana cardholders who place online orders for weed must present their registry IDs to dispensary staff at the dispensaries before they can receive their medical marijuana orders.