I get it. Sometimes it’s more prudent to buy your weed online in California than taking the trip to your favorite dispensary. You get it either way, but it just feels so much better getting it without having to put much work in.
And while delivery services now tack on exorbitant additional fees, or offer you principles that don’t quite meet your pleasure, buying weed online is rapidly becoming the way to procure pot for temporarily disabled and inert stoners alike. Below KushCA lists 23 of the best websites to buy weed online in California:
I like to buy weed online from Eaze for two simple reasons. They are VERY accessible and they deliver to you quickly, and I mean QUICK (typically under 20 mins). That being said, Eaze is not called the Uber of cannabis delivery services for no reason. They are a corporate model, that is fairly obvious. For while you may get your green rapidly, don’t expect your weed to be cheap. Eaze likes to tack on those tech prices, making your average low-grade $27 1/8 at least $35 after fees. And this was BEFORE legal weed added excise taxes to every order. But hey, if you need your bud in a jiffy, there’s really no better alternative (they also recently began accepting credit cards!). Click here for $20 off your first order from them.
Something I’ve slowly started to realize once I began this list is that a) there are tons of pot dispensaries in the Bay Area and b) I don’t know most of them. And this is coming from a pothead who prides himself on having some semblance of intellectual curiosity. Apparently, Buzz Delivery has been a Bay Area cannabis delivery service for a few years now–unbeknownst to me. Offering a selection of brands that rivals if not surpasses Eaze, they offer comparable delivery times (30-90 mins), similar prices ($50 minimum) and cheaper delivery prices ($2 fee for all orders over the $50 minimum and $5 for any orders below). They also deliver throughout the Bay Area, specifically Oakland, Berkeley, El Cerrito, San Francisco, Daly City, So. San Francisco, San Bruno, San Mateo, Redwood City and surrounding areas. Click here to save $10 on Your First Delivery With Promo Code: “10MYWAY”.
Meadow is a new entry in the cannabis delivery scene and they are already making a name for themselves. A bit more comprehensive than Nugg, they are similar in the sense that they offer you a list of different dispensaries in and around your locale. What I feel sets them apart is website functionality and a more robust customer service model. That being said, I don’t always find better deals with them, just saying. However, if you’re looking to easily buy weed online Click this link for $10 off your first order.
Nugg is strikingly similar to other cannabis popular delivery services in that it aggregates all the popular dispensaries in your area and provides you with a comprehensive list of which ones deliver to your front door. I have used Nugg and others on this list extensively to buy weed online, and my only gripe would be Nugg doesn’t seem to offer as many dispensary choices as the others. The dispensaries they do offer can sometimes, at least in my experience, be a bit lacking. Nonetheless, this could simply be a matter of locale, as I live in a neighborhood where cannabis dispensaries are not readily available. If you’re looking to check out Nuggs selection, click this link here for $20 off your first order.
Splitbud has been on the scene for a few years but just fell on my radar recently. Thankfully I’ve got this list to reference otherwise I would forget all these pot shops. Splitbud offers your typical array of tasty cannabis products, from top-shelf flower to potent concentrates to the heady residents of Los Angeles, all for prices lower than most if not all others on this list. Luckily for you, COVID will be with us for a while, so you have even more reasons to stay inside and catch up on being an Instagram Weed influencer. Click on this link for $15 off your first order of $75 or more. What, you didn’t think I was going to leave you hanging did you?
Serving the Los Angeles and Orange County areas of Southern California, Speed Weed (I love pot puns) offers flowers, edibles, hash, wax, concentrates and cannabis products. This may not sound like a big deal but I have often had to choose one of the delivery services on this list over another simply because they didn’t offer the concentrates or edible I wanted. Nonetheless, like other sites on this list, ordering weed online requires membership. The site says privacy is a priority and that its delivery service is fast, safe and discreet. Since I have never tried them I can only quote them, so let me know in the comments section if what they say is true.
Harborside is fairly new to the delivery scene, offering a very reasonable rate of free delivery to residents in the San Francisco Bay Area. Their downside, however, is that they only accept cash, money orders and cashier’s checks. Additionally, their drivers only accept exact amounts of money. The site’s menu of medical cannabis products includes flowers, concentrates, edibles, topicals, seeds and accessories such as shirts. Orders are made online 24 hours per day, although deliveries are only made 1-7 pm daily.
Another online cannabis portal for those in the City of Angels. Moxie are also known as the makers of very potent concentrates for stoners who are also part-time adrenaline junkies. Shop their extensive menu with and catch up on the latest cannabis news through their regularly updated blog. Like others on this list, you can “refer a friend”, meaning you provide folks $20 off their first order of $50 or more, and you receive $20 of an in-store credit.
Greenrush was one of my favorites on this list for me to buy weed online in California. They’ve since let me down. I initially found the list of the dispensaries they provided more than comprehensive, as they routinely included cannabis collectives that accepted credit cards, something that is paramount as this industry enters the 21st century. I often used them when buying my weed online and have ceased, due to their abysmal customer service and horrible business model. I would recommend you stick with Eaze or Nugg, both of which have left this sorry excuse for a cannabis company in the dirt.
Featuring a comprehensive menu, Pot Valet will deliver to literally every city within the borders of California, often within the same day or within 2-3 business days. They also feature an extensive selection of promo codes and coupons to ward off funky overdraft fees. For example, POT15 is a promo code from Pot Valet that offers $15 back on your first three purchases. That is a total of $45 just to welcome you! Please note that until PotValet accepts recreational orders you will still need to provide proof of a valid medical marijuana ID before you can purchase your pot!
Kushfly is specifically for wannabe actors and those waiting for the wall to drop. If you’re a Los Angeles resident looking to buy weed online they offer same-day delivery. Due to commutes in LA basically taking 2-3 hours you better order early in the day if you expect to have your weed by suppertime. They offer an extremely comprehensive menu of flowers, concentrates, edibles, balms and more. An added bonus is their generous deals, which arrive in my mailbox with great frequency. Too bad I live in San Francisco. No worries, though, I still got you. Click on this link above for 10% off your first order.
Chill calls themselves the concierge of cannabis delivery, aiming to take Netflix and chilling to a whole other dimension. They haven’t been around long, so the consensus is still out. However, they do offer some lovely first-time deals for those looking to buy weed online (50% off your first order with promo code DEAL) and they deliver throughout San Francisco and the East Bay. Fun Fact: Chill just recently sued Eaze over alleged credit card fraud. It’s getting fierce out here folks. (Note: As of September 2020 Chill seems to have lost theirs)
Bud.com is a fairly new arrival on the cannabis scene, positioning itself as a delivery service that serves both the medical and recreational cannabis community in the East Bay. With a custom-built scheduling system, customers can essentially pick a delivery time in advance that is convenient for them. Not only that, the bud.com menu features affordable, top-shelf sensimilla for those discerning smokers out there. San Franciscans be warned–bud.com currently only delivers to the East Bay. However, expect to see them cruising through these fog-laden city streets soon.
Ah, but what about those first-time customer deals, eh?
Enter “firstbud” for $10 off your first order!
Weedhub is a new cannabis delivery service that offers yearly memberships to mitigate the high prices one often faces when buying weed online. For $99.00 a year you can receive free delivery for all orders over $25, exclusive monthly promotions and monthly raffles, although membership is certainly not required to order. This Bay Area-based company currently serves San Francisco, Daly City, Pacifica, Brisbane, San Bruno and Millbrae with both medical and recreational cannabis products.
You’ve seen the billboards in the Bay Area on your way to work or school, advertising ounces for $59. And you’ve thought to yourself, either this has to be a joke or we, as cannabis users have made it, we have finally made it. And you would be right on both counts. You have made it and the jokes on you, because obviously there has to be a catch, right? Fortunately for you, it’s not a catch that will break your bank or your faith in cannabis advertising.
For a very reasonable membership rate of $79 per year, you can purchase both medical and recreational cannabis wholesale, making the whole online weed buying experience something that even penny-pinching seniors can get behind. Dubbing themselves the “Costco” of cannabis, FlowerCompany is slowly making inroads in this highly competitive market with a very unique approach to selling weed online. The downside is they currently only deliver to Marin County, SF, & Alameda County (View zip codes). They also don’t do the same or even next day delivery.
I signed up for Woahstork about three years ago when they were just wee lil’ babies still learning to crawl along with the shag carpeting that was then California’s cannabis industry. Now my inbox is getting hit up every other day from them. Why? Well, I’m sure it’s because they sell weed, as that is something I’m often on the hunt for. I can’t say specifically what sets Woahstork apart from the others on this list, apart from a very unique logo and the ability to test your weed strains DNA on their website. Whatever the case you can choose from a multitude of products to buy weed online in California.
Just a few years ago, when I first began KushCA the cannabis industry was in somewhat of a renaissance period, as different companies peacock their way into people’s pockets and vied for that proverbial pie in the sky. Now it seems the state is saturated with cannabis companies. So what set’s Puffy apart? MARKETING (and I’m not making that up either, go check out their website). That and they profess to provide some of the quickest delivery times in California. Similar to the aforementioned Eaze, Puffy has some serious tech dollars that will keep it afloat for years to come, possibly making it Eaze’s main competitor for where to buy weed online in California.
A company whose logo speaks to cannabis’s largest growing demographic, Ganja Goddess is a female-owned company that celebrates the beauty, power, and allure of all things cannabis. Founded in 2011 back when I was just a wee resin smoking lad, GG is a medical marijuana delivery cooperative devoted to providing safe, discrete, and affordable access to cannabis with caring online support. Now that weed is legal statewide they can drop the holistic jive and focus on providing convenient and affordable weed online to all California residents (21 and over).
When it comes to buying weed online in California, I gotta rep the Mission, as it is one of the few authentic neighborhoods left in San Francisco. And Mission Organics reps the Mission hard. If you happen to be out and about and don’t feel like half stepping over to Purple Star Dispensary (which I highly encourage you NOT to do), check them out instead as they actually have been around much longer (since 2012 to be exact). Stop by their brick and mortar store or just buy your weed online–they deliver to all of SF and the surrounding peninsula.
Weedmaps was one of the first websites I utilized when I first began my foray into potheadedness. Being a Los Angeles-based cannabis technology, and media company, I always wondered why they didn’t use their influence and leverage to begin selling pot themselves. I guess they thought the same, and here we are. Weedmaps functions similar to Eaze, Nugg, Meadow, Greenrush, etc. in that it aggregates all the pot companies out here so you can choose which one best suits you. They’ve recently found themselves in some hot water, however, for illegal advertising and data breaches. If you’re looking to buy weed online in California, Weedmaps is a good place to start.
Yes, some of the best pot is coming out of San Francisco, however, some of the best people are still coming from the East Bay. But I digress. Medithrive is another pot shop that has arisen from the cultural ruins of the Mission district. Decidedly sleek, apparently modern, MediThrive now delivers to both the City and East Bay, a move that is sure to improve their appeal. Voted Best Dispensary in 2010 by the aforementioned Weedmaps, Medithrive offers hundreds of well-known brands that will leave even the snottiest pothead impressed. Check their website for daily deals or to sign up for their VIP program. Better yet, bring or show any SF dispensaries regular priced menu and Medithrive will beat the advertised price by a buck.