Individuals who are 21 years of age or older, as well as medical marijuana patients who are 18 or older, are eligible to use weed delivery services in San Diego. Note that not all San Diego dispensaries offer weed delivery. For recreational marijuana buyers, there is a limit of 28.5 grams of non-concentrated marijuana and 8 grams of concentrated cannabis per order. Conversely, medical marijuana users can order up to 8 ounces of concentrated medical cannabis products.
Yes, medical marijuana delivery is legal in the City of San Diego in accordance with the MAUCRSA (Medicinal and Adult-Use Cannabis Regulation and Safety Act).
Yes, San Diego permits cannabis outlets to offer recreational marijuana deliveries according to the San Diego Municipal Code.
Yes, you can order weed online from cannabis outlets permitted to operate in San Diego if you are an adult or a registered medical marijuana patient. You can also order weed online from other California jurisdictions for delivery in San Diego. However, shipping weed across state lines for delivery in San Diego is illegal.
Ordering up to 28.5 grams of weed or 8 grams of concentrated weed products for delivery in the city is legal. The city also allows registered patients to order a maximum of 8 ounces of dried medical cannabis or concentrates.
Only persons aged 21 or older can use San Diego recreational marijuana delivery services, while patients aged 18 or older are allowed to use San Diego medical marijuana delivery services.
San Diego-approved cannabis outlets (storefront retailers and delivery-only retailers) licensed by the California Department of Cannabis Control may legally provide weed delivery service in the city. Note that it is illegal to participate in the unlicensed sale or delivery of medical or recreational cannabis in San Diego.
Since not all San Diego cannabis outlets offer weed delivery service, it is important to check with your local retailer to see if it is available. You can check with local stores by calling the facilities or searching the retailers’ websites. Alternatively, search online for “San Diego marijuana delivery service near me” or “weed delivery near me”.
You must present a medical cannabis recommendation issued by a California-licensed physician or a medical marijuana card issued by the state Department of Public Health and a valid government-issued photo ID to receive a medical marijuana delivery. If you plan to use a San Diego recreational marijuana delivery service, only an unexpired government-issued photo ID, including a California driver's license, United States Military ID, or a United States passport, is required to receive your order.