Weed delivery is legal in Nevada for both medical and recreational marijuana orders. Orders are delivered only to Nevada residential addresses and not to locations such as resorts, casinos, or hotels. You must have an ID ready when the delivery agent arrives at your residence as the state requires marijuana delivery services to verify the ages and identities of customers for delivering orders. Many dispensaries only offer deliveries for orders meeting their minimum order amounts.
Yes. The Medical Use of Marijuana Act passed by Nevada voters in 2000 makes the sale, use, possession, and delivery of medical marijuana legal in the state. Patients and caregivers are allowed to use medical marijuana delivery services.
Recreational marijuana delivery is legal in Nevada. The Act (the Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana Act) legalizing the use and possession of weed also makes recreational marijuana delivery legal.
It is legal to order weed online in Nevada, provided you are of legal age to use weed delivery services and have ordered from a Nevada-licensed weed dispensary.
A recent bill (Senate Bill 277) signed into law by Governor Joe Lombardo in June 2023 increased the purchase limits for weed buyers in the state from 1 ounce to 2.5 ounces. SB 277 also increased the limit for concentrated cannabis products from one-eighth of an ounce to one-quarter of an ounce.
The legal age to use a recreational marijuana delivery service in Nevada is 21. To use a medical marijuana delivery service, you must be at least 18.
Nevada weed delivery rules allow weed retailers to use their own delivery services to meet the marijuana delivery needs of their customers. Alternatively, a Nevada marijuana delivery can be made by an independent contractor who has entered into a service agreement with a retailer to perform deliveries to consumers.
Searching online is a quick way to find a licensed weed delivery service near you. Some websites list weed delivery services in Nevada and other states in the country in their directories and allow users to search by location. Alternatively, if you are someone who uses weed delivery services, you may ask the person for recommendations about such services in your area. Ultimately, you should check with your local dispensary to see if the retailer offers marijuana delivery before placing orders online.
Yes, you need a government-issued photo ID with your date of birth to prove you are 21 years or older when receiving a recreational marijuana delivery. A medical marijuana card will be required in addition to a government ID when receiving a medical marijuana delivery.
Nevada allows its municipalities to ban weed delivery within their orders. Hence, weed delivery may not be available in all Nevada cities. Therefore, you should find out the coverage area of a retailer before placing an order with the store. Typically, Nevada-licensed dispensaries offering marijuana delivery services will list their coverage areas on their websites.