As William Breathes's lists featuring the best marijuana gifts of 2012 and 2013 demonstrate, Colorado pot shops have embraced the holidays for a while now. But 2014 promises more deals than ever, with a number specifically pegged to Black Friday.
As the Associated Press has reported, The Grass Station is promising to sell $50 ounces to the first sixteen customers per day Friday-Saturday, November 28-30. Here's a graphic featuring all its Black Friday "doorbusters:"
In contrast, Evergreen Apothecary is offering "Green Friday" deals. The caption accompanying this Facebook graphic.... ...reads: "Stop by on November 28th and receive 15% off your total! Make your Black Friday, a Green Friday."
When you order your Hemp Pack you will receive two Hemp T-Shirts, Canvas Hemp House Bag, & Gift Card for an 1/8th of Cannabis from two Denver dispensaries. A $107 value for $65. Now that's a deal!
WE ALL KNOW YOU WILL BE BUYING A NEW SHIRT SOONER OR LATER. WHY NOT GET GET A FEW NOW & GET A SPECIAL KICK BACK!
• TWO 55% HEMP 45% ORGANIC COTTON T-SHIRTS. (BLACK & CHARCOAL)
• HEMP HOUSE CANVAS CINCH SACK
• GIFT CARD FOR AN 1/8TH OF CANNABIS
• STICKERS & OTHER SURPRISES
In addition, holiday-related items from Sweet Grass Kitchen (available at dispensaries across the metro area) include pumpkin-pie treats....
...and many varieties of cookies: There are plenty of other seasonal deals at dispensaries and recreational shops, too. Happy holidays.
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