How to save money this 420
With marijuana legalization upon us, there are liable to be quite a few exciting and extravagant sales and events going down in almost every city across Canada. If you are looking to celebrate the festivities this April 20 with a large purchase of either product or event tickets, we’ve got you covered. You aren’t going to save much of anything if you stick to websites like OCS for your weed strains, marijuana edibles, or CBD products which is why we decided to share some of the best-kept secrets for saving money this 420 including all cannabis-related things.
1. Save money on 420 events
Now that cannabis is legal, there are quite a few high-profile events going down through April that might sound enticing. Though we highly recommend you check out more formal events like O’Cannabiz or the Cannabis Conference in British Columbia, if you are looking to save some cash, then you might prefer to opt for a cheaper or free option this year. There are many happening on 420 that cost nothing to attend which we have listed below for easy access. Just BYOB (bring your own body) and BYOW (bring your own weed) and you will be good to go for the day!
- Niagara Falls 420 Expo
- Projekt 420 Party in Kelowna
- Stickybuds in Calgary
- The Jam 420 in Halifax
- Toronto 420 Festival
2. Save on 420 apparel
If you want to both celebrate and look the part this 420 than you are likely going to want to pick up some gear to show your true love for your favorite weed strains. Though it might be tempting to buy something at an Expo or festival chances are you can find the sameproducts beforehand at a fraction of the price. You can generally save money by either visiting the participating vendors in person since they tend to charge a lower rate in house or search on websites like Amazon or eBay for something that you will look great in for the big day on a budget.
3. Save money on marijuana edibles
Though technically the cheapest way to enjoy marijuana edibles during one of these 420 events is going to be to make your own, we know that isn’t always an option, and not all of us are blessed with both cooking and growing skills. For those looking to indulge a little, you might want to order online or visit your local dispensary before heading out.
4. Save on weed strains
We know that most cannabis users have regular sources that they trust, and most don't tend to stray far from there, but did you know that over 50% of the legal cannabis dispensaries including OCS are hosting sales on April 20th to commemorate the event? Though it might be fun to purchase one or two treats at the event you are attending, if you want cheap marijuana edible high than hitting up one of these sales will save you up to 40% of what average vendors will charge if they are even available. Since the majority of regions have yet to allow cannabis vendors to sell weed strains at public events, if you go hoping to make a score once you get there, you may find yourself depending on the locals to locate some for you, and that can get pricey fast.
5. Save on CBD products
Those seeking CBD products require the medicinal benefit, which should always come from a trusted source. Peak 420 is Canada’s number one online cannabis dispensary, and they carry the cheapest and most high-quality CBD products on the Canadian market today. They have even announced the addition of flash sales that will happen the entire week before and after 420 which can save you up to 60% on CBD products and ship them straight to your door. It doesn’t get any cheaper or easier than that.