Dispensaries Near Me in Minnesota

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How Many Dispensaries Are in Minnesota?

Currently, two medical marijuana dispensaries with 15 dispensary locations have been licensed by the Minnesota Department of Health’s Office of Medical Cannabis (OMC) to operate in Minnesota. The dispensary locations are spread across different cities in the state.

When Do Minnesota Marijuana Dispensaries Open Near Me?

Minnesota-licensed marijuana dispensaries open at varying times, mostly between 9:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. daily. Anyone who intends to make an early-morning cannabis purchase is advised to contact the dispensary to confirm their availability.

Do Minnesota Cannabis Dispensaries Open Late Near Me?

While marijuana dispensaries in Minnesota close at different times of the day, depending on the location and the day of the week, most dispensaries do not open late to customers. On average, Minnesota dispensaries close between 5:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. on weekdays, between 4:00 p.m. on Saturdays, and mostly 4:00 p.m. on Sundays.

Are there Minnesota Dispensaries Near Me that Deliver?

Minnesota marijuana laws prohibit medical cannabis delivery to consumers in every part of the state. However, cannabis patients enrolled in the Minnesota Medical Cannabis Program can purchase medical marijuana products online from licensed dispensaries and pick up the orders later at the dispensaries' facilities. Minor patients or those with disabilities who need help getting marijuana must employ the service of caregivers.

Are there Minnesota Dispensaries that Ship Out of State?

No. Minnesota-licensed marijuana dispensaries are banned from shipping cannabis out of state because it is considered a controlled substance under the United States Controlled Substances Act.

Are there Recreational Dispensaries in Minnesota?

No, there are no recreational marijuana dispensaries in Minnesota.

What Do I Need to Bring to a Minnesota Recreational Marijuana Dispensary Near Me?

Currently, the sale of recreational cannabis is illegal in Minnesota.

What Do I Need to Bring to a Minnesota Medical Marijuana Dispensary Near Me?

After completing a self-evaluation report on the Medical Cannabis Registry Portal, a registered medical marijuana patient must bring the following to any Minnesota medical marijuana dispensary near them to purchase cannabis:

  • If visiting a dispensary for the first time, information about medication changes and previously prescribed medications
  • A valid government-issued identification card
  • Cash or debit card to purchase cannabis
  • A visit summary issued by the healthcare provider who certified the patient for medical marijuana treatment (only required for the first visit to a dispensary)

Can I Visit a Minnesota Dispensary Near Me Without a Medical Marijuana Card?

Registered cannabis patients are not required to hold medical marijuana cards to visit a medical marijuana dispensary in the state. Once a patient is enrolled in the state's Medical Cannabis Registry, the patient only needs to bring their valid government-issued ID to buy medical cannabis products at a Minnesota dispensary. Any registered patient who needs evidence of enrollment in the state's medical marijuana program can log on to their cannabis registry account to download and print a certification document. However, a Minnesota medical cannabis dispensary is not likely going to ask a patient to provide this before dispensing their medicine.

Can I Enter a Minnesota Dispensary Near Me at Age 18?

Patients registered in the Minnesota Medical Cannabis Registry can enter any licensed medical marijuana dispensary in the state at age 18.

How Many Minnesota Dispensaries Near Me Can I Visit in A Day?

No Minnesota marijuana law caps the number of cannabis dispensaries a person can visit in a day in the state.

Do Minnesota Dispensaries Near Me Take Credit Cards?

No, credit cards are not approved for payment at Minnesota-licensed medical marijuana dispensaries. Marijuana consumers are advised to hold sufficient cash or debit cards when visiting any dispensary in the state. Some dispensaries manage on-site ATMs on which customers can swipe their debit cards.

Do Minnesota Dispensaries Near Me Accept Medical Insurance?

Minnesota marijuana dispensaries do not accept medical insurance for medical cannabis sales because marijuana remains illegal at the federal level. Federal laws prohibit health insurers from covering medical cannabis treatments or marijuana purchases.

Do Minnesota Dispensaries Near Me Track How Much Weed I Buy?

Yes, every amount of cannabis sold at any Minnesota marijuana dispensary is tracked by the dispensary. As required by state law, pharmacists at Minnesota-licensed cannabis dispensaries must record every detail of medical cannabis sales in the state's Cannabis Registry Portal.

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