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Seattle Weed Delivery

The recreational and medical use of marijuana is legal in the city. However, in compliance with Washington State law, no weed delivery service may operate in Seattle. For convenience, marijuana consumers in the city may order cannabis products online from medically-endorsed retail stores (licensed dispensaries) and pick them up in person at the dispensaries. They must hold their medical marijuana cards or government-issued IDs (whichever is applicable) when visiting dispensaries to pick up their orders.

Is Medical Marijuana Delivery Legal in Seattle?

No. Medical marijuana delivery is not permitted in Seattle, even though medical cannabis is legal in the city. The Washington State Medical Marijuana Act, also known as Initiative-692, made no provisions for medical marijuana delivery in any part of the state, including Seattle.

Does Seattle Allow Recreational Marijuana Delivery?

No, it is illegal to deliver recreational weed to anyone in Seattle. Per Initiative-502, the sale of recreational marijuana everywhere in Washington State, including Seattle, may only take place on the premises of licensed retail marijuana outlets. Recreational marijuana dispensaries in the city are prohibited from engaging in weed delivery services in line with state law.

Can You Order Weed Online in Seattle?

Registered cannabis patients and recreational marijuana users in Seattle can order marijuana products online from any Washington State-licensed dispensary in the city. However, state law prohibits weed delivery services by licensed dispensaries or third-party companies in the city or other parts of the state. Anyone ordering cannabis products online from a state-licensed cannabis dispensary in Seattle must pick them up at the dispensary.

How Much Weed Can You Order for Delivery in Seattle?

Marijuana consumers in Seattle cannot order weed for delivery as Washington State laws prohibit the delivery of medical or recreational cannabis. However, they can order cannabis products online and go to the dispensaries to pick them up. The amount of cannabis products they can purchase online is the same as when visiting the dispensaries in person. Under Washington State cannabis law (RCW 69.51A.210), registered cannabis patients or designated providers in Seattle can order any combination of the following cannabis products from licensed dispensaries:

  • Up to 48 ounces of solid-form cannabis-infused products
  • Up to 3 ounces of usable marijuana
  • Up to 21 grams of marijuana concentrates
  • Up to 216 ounces of marijuana-infused products in liquid form

Per RCW 69.50.360, adults aged 21 or older in Seattle can order any combination of the following marijuana products for recreational use from state-licensed marijuana dispensaries:

  • Up to 7 grams of marijuana concentrates
  • Up to 16 ounces of solid-form marijuana-infused products
  • Up to 1 ounce of usable marijuana
  • Up to 72 ounces of marijuana-infused products in liquid form

How Old Do You Have to Be to Use Weed Delivery Services in Seattle?

There are no weed delivery services in Seattle. However, Washing State law permits adults at least 21 years old in Seattle to legally order recreational marijuana products online and pick them up at the dispensaries. Only registered cannabis patients aged 18 years or older can order medical cannabis online for in-store pickup. For medical marijuana patients who are minors (under 18) in Seattle, designated providers (caregivers) can order their cannabis prescriptions online and pick them up at the dispensaries.

Who Can Provide Weed Delivery Service in Seattle?

No individual or entity, including Washington-licensed marijuana dispensaries, can run weed delivery services in Seattle. Every marijuana sale or purchase in the city must be on the premises of licensed dispensaries.

How to Find a Seattle Weed Delivery Service Near Me

Like the rest of the cities in Washington State, Seattle has no entity or marijuana dispensary operating a weed delivery service. Marijuana delivery services remain prohibited everywhere in the state.

Do You Need to Present Your ID to Receive Weed Delivery in Seattle?

Recreational marijuana consumers and registered cannabis patients in Seattle need a form of ID to pick up their marijuana products at the dispensaries after ordering them online. Registered patients must provide their medical recognition cards (medical marijuana cards). Similarly, recreational users must present their government-issued IDs showing they are at least 21 years old.