Medical marijuana delivery is legal in Arizona. Recreational marijuana delivery is expected to become legal before January 1, 2025, as directed by the state authority on cannabis – the Arizona Department of Health Services. You will need to show your patient registry ID card to be allowed to take delivery of medical marijuana if you are of legal age. Also, note that state law allows cities to restrict medical cannabis delivery within their borders.
Yes. Medical marijuana delivery is legal in Arizona under Proposition 203. If you are a patient registered with the state’s medical cannabis program, you can order medical marijuana online and have it delivered to your address.
No. Currently, Arizona does not allow recreational cannabis delivery. However, the Arizona Department of Health Services authorized the promulgation of marijuana delivery rules for recreational cannabis in 2021, mandating that the rules be adopted before January 1, 2025. Therefore, recreational cannabis delivery will be allowed once the ADHS adopts rules for regulating the service.
You can order medical weed online in Arizona as its delivery is legal in the state. However, since recreational marijuana delivery is illegal, you cannot order adult-use weed online. Still, some Arizona adult-use dispensaries allow customers to order recreational cannabis online for pickup at their stores. No state-imposed restrictions are limiting medical marijuana buyers from placing orders via phone calls. Hence, if your preferred retailer offers such a service, you can call the dispensary to place your order online.
Per state requirements, a medical marijuana patient may not buy more than can cause the patient to exceed 2.5 ounces of marijuana in a 14-day period. Also, an adult-use marijuana buyer can order no more than 1 ounce of marijuana, where the marijuana concentrate portion of this limit does not exceed 5 grams. This is the same limit for persons visiting licensed retail stores in person. Note that if you order recreational weed online, you can only visit the store to pick up your order, as marijuana delivery will not be available.
You must be 18 or older to receive your medical weed order yourself. If you are younger than 18, you must have your designated adult caregiver receive medical weed orders on your behalf.
While the state does not yet issue delivery licenses due to the ban on recreational marijuana delivery, qualified persons or entities are allowed to register with the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS) to offer medical marijuana delivery services in the state.
You can find a weed delivery service in the state by searching online using the phrase “Arizona weed delivery service near me.” Note that you can only find medical marijuana delivery services currently. You may also call your local marijuana dispensary to determine if they offer medical marijuana delivery services. A search for “Arizona dispensaries near me” will return the physical addresses, online addresses, and phone numbers of nearby dispensaries.
Yes, per Arizona weed delivery rules, a delivery agent will check the validity of your registration via your registry identification card and your identity via a government-issued photo ID before relinquishing possession of a medical marijuana order to you. Hence, you should have your Arizona medical marijuana card and an acceptable photo ID ready when receiving your medical marijuana order.
Recreational marijuana delivery is unavailable in all Arizona cities. Although Arizona allows medical marijuana delivery, it may not be available in all Arizona municipalities as state law allows local governments to exclude or place restrictions on medical marijuana delivery in their jurisdictions. Hence, prior to delivering medical marijuana, a dispensary or dispensary delivery service will ensure that doing so would not violate an ordinance or code adopted by the local governing body of a city, town, or county where medical marijuana is to be delivered.