There are over 150 marijuana dispensaries in Nevada. This figure includes medical marijuana dispensaries and adult-use cannabis dispensaries in various counties. Clark County has the largest concentration of marijuana dispensaries in Nevada.
Some Nevada marijuana dispensaries are open 24 hours, while others are open between 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. Typically, you will be able to find a Nevada marijuana dispensary open near you at 8:00 a.m. Still, with dispensary opening hours not the same for all stores, you should contact nearby dispensaries for their operation hours before visiting. You can find the opening hours for nearby dispensaries by entering “Nevada marijuana dispensaries near me” in a search engine. The results will show the address, operation hours, and contact number of Nevada marijuana dispensaries near you.
Several Nevada cannabis dispensaries are open all day, but many close between 10:00 p.m. and 1:00 a.m. To find the specific closing hours of Nevada cannabis dispensaries near you, contact the stores by calling the phone number on their websites.
Many Nevada cannabis dispensaries offer customers delivery options for their purchases. While cannabis lovers find delivery service attractive when making purchases, not all Nevada dispensaries can offer this service. To find out if a legal Nevada marijuana dispensary near you offers this option, contact the store by calling its phone number or check the store's website before placing an order. You can find the website of nearby Nevada marijuana dispensaries in the results of a “legal Nevada cannabis dispensary near me” online search.
Federal law prohibits shipping marijuana through the mail or transporting it across state lines. Therefore, persons or businesses face serious legal repercussions for shipping marijuana out of state if caught. Consequently, there are no Nevada dispensaries shipping marijuana out of state.
More than 90 adult-use cannabis dispensaries operate in the State of Nevada. Nevada counties are able to permit dispensaries to operate within their jurisdictions pursuant to the Regulation and Taxation of Marijuana Act which legalized adult-use possession and sales in the state.
As long as you are 21 or older, you only need a government or state-issued ID card and cash. Since marijuana is federally illegal, Nevada dispensaries typically only deal in cash.
You need to show your Nevada-issued ID or another government-issued ID and your Nevada-issued medical marijuana card to be allowed inside a medical marijuana dispensary in the state. Also, bring cash when visiting a medical marijuana dispensary, as credit cards are not accepted.
Persons looking to buy recreational cannabis in Nevada do not need medical marijuana cards to purchase cannabis at Nevada marijuana dispensaries. However, they must be able to provide a valid government-issued photo ID to prove they are of legal age to possess cannabis (21+). Without such a photo ID, a visitor to a Nevada marijuana dispensary must hold an unexpired Nevada medical marijuana card.
It is legal for a Nevada resident aged 18 to enter a medical marijuana dispensary. Otherwise, you must be 21 or older to be allowed inside a Nevada cannabis dispensary.
It is legal to enter multiple Nevada marijuana dispensaries in one day. The state allows cannabis buyers to visit several dispensaries in a single day but limits how much cannabis may be purchased.
Most Nevada dispensaries only accept cash. However, a few may also accept debit cards, especially for online orders. If you do not have enough cash at the dispensary, you may use an ATM on the premises to withdraw cash.
Since marijuana is federally prohibited, medical insurance plans do not usually cover cannabis purchases. Therefore, dispensaries in Nevada do not accept medical insurance.
Nevada dispensaries are required to use Metrc - a track and trace system to, among other monitoring uses, log and track weed sales. However, dispensaries do not share their customers' personal information with the government.