Now that you’ve got an idea what weed costs in your state (or a state near you), let’s delve into the factors that affect weed price. That way, you’ll know why there’s such a difference between the price of marijuana in Montana and the price of marijuana in North Dakota.
Again, depending on where you live, you have two options: buying from an individual “on the street” or buying from a registered dispensary or storefront. Where you buy has a major effect on weed prices.
What does all that mean to you, the consumer? It means that the weed you buy has to be shipped in from somewhere else. Transportation has to be taken into consideration, and that cost will be factored into the final price you pay for your marijuana.
Whether or not you choose to go that route depends on marijuana perishability and preservation. If you can keep your cannabis fresh longer, you’re better off buying in bulk when the time is right in order to save money.
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The map shows South Florida as one of the highest-priced areas in the state — which compares to being just above average nationally — with prices around the same as weed in the northeastern part of Florida, although spots in the Panhandle can reach per-ounce prices of nearly $500.
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Between Tampa and Naples, however, the map shows that people are paying in the double digits for an ounce.
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In another map from Floating Sheep — which is likely more accurate — they removed some of the outliers and focused on cities with a high concentration of price submissions on Price of Weed.
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Cities across the country are reaching average per-ounce prices of up to $427 but some as low as around $210. Florida is on the higher end of the price scale, largely due to some South Florida pricing.
The recent user-submitted stats also seem to show that people are picking up more weight outside of South Florida.
It appears as if the economy is hurting our nation's marijuana horticulturists as well — the average price for an ounce of high-quality weed in Florida is just below $350, but South Florida is one of the most expensive regions in the state for pot.Using user-submitted statistics from Price of…