How To Get Cannabis Drinks Delivered to Your Home

Convenience is king, and shopping for cannabis is no different. What are your options when you’re in the middle of the party and need a few more cannabis drinks dropped at your door? Fortunately, some states have cannabis delivery, but not everyone has this option yet. It’s not as simple as legalization. 


Some states draw the line at infused beverages. In other states, you can order delivery, but you can’t shop in a brick-and-mortar establishment. We know. It can be a little confusing. So, where can you get cannabis drinks delivered? Read on to find out all the details.

Which States Allow Cannabis Delivery?

Fourteen states allow for cannabis delivery. If you live in Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, or Vermont, you can get cannabis delivered to your home. However, it’s not a free for all. For example, east coasters living in New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont can’t order THC drinks for delivery. 

Which States Allow the Sale of THC Beverages?

Several states have legalized cannabis and the sale of products within that state. Cannabis legalization is divided into two main categories: medical marijuana and adult-use recreational marijuana.

Each state makes its own laws about what you can and cannot create. For example, despite selling cannabis or edibles, not all states have legalized THC drinks. Currently, 11 states allow for recreational THC beverages, and four states allow medical THC beverages. 


Adult-use Recreational:

  • Arizona
  • California
  • Colorado
  • Illinois
  • Maine
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Nevada
  • New Mexico
  • Oregon
  • Washington

Medical: 

  • Arkansas
  • Missouri
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma

Of this combined list, you can find Wynk drinks in Arizona, Arkansas, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, Ohio, and Oklahoma. We offer a dose just for recreational use and one with a bit more THC available to medical marijuana cardholders.

Can You Have Cannabis Drinks Sent by Mail?

Ordering cannabis drinks by mail delivery is illegal. Full stop. The postal service is employed by the federal government, and despite state legalization, shipping marijuana products with more than 0.3% THC is not allowed. Some states allow for hemp-infused beverages to be shipped in the mail, but nothing in a regulated state tracking system can travel by air.

How to Order Cannabis Drinks for Delivery

Let’s take it one step further and explore how to order drinks for delivery in states that not only allow for delivery but also allow THC beverages. 

Arizona

Although Arizona has medical and recreational cannabis, only medical patients can get cannabis delivered to their homes. You must show proof that you are a state-registered marijuana patient. Or, a caregiver can order for you with their state-approved card. All cannabis delivery services in Arizona must be an employee or partnered affiliate of a state-licensed dispensary. 

Arkansas

Currently, Arkansas has a medical marijuana program but not adult-use recreational. So, much like Arizona, you can get cannabis drinks delivered to your home, but only with a valid medical marijuana card. Deliveries come directly from the dispensary, and you can shop and pay online.

California

Marijuana delivery services are a big thing in California. Eaze was the first cannabis delivery company in California, though many more have followed in their footsteps. They are an independent company partnering with dispensaries to bring cannabis to your door. However, many dispensaries also offer their own delivery services. Companies like Grassdoor and Ginger work directly with brands to bypass the dispensary channel for direct-to-consumer delivery. And finally, you can subscribe to product boxes like Nugg Club and receive a monthly box of curated cannabis goodies, often including THC beverages. 

Colorado

Colorado fought a long battle to approve recreational cannabis delivery. For a long time, only medical marijuana patients could get their cannabis delivered (with proof of state license), but in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Colorado loosened up its laws. In February of 2021, they assigned their first recreational delivery license to the Colorado Harvest Co. based in Denver. Since then, several more have gained licensure to deliver.

Maine

Instead of a trip to the local dispensary, medical marijuana patients (and their caregivers) and recreational consumers can opt for delivery. Many services are available in Maine, visit our store locator for more information. 

Massachusetts

Massachusetts has both medical and recreational marijuana programs and allows for the sale of THC beverages. Only medical marijuana cardholders could choose delivery services for years, but recent regulatory changes opened up delivery options for recreational consumers. Now, adults can shop on e-commerce sites like KindRun and select from a wide range of products for delivery. KindRun is a cashless business, so you can pay online, and your order will be delivered directly to your door. However, Massachusetts only allows for residential deliveries, so you can't get your cannabis at work or at your hotel.  

Michigan

Michigan legalized delivery to medical marijuana cardholders years before they legalized but was quick to update delivery laws once votes legalized recreational use. However, some municipalities within the state ban all cannabis use, so residents in these areas cannot order delivery. While it wouldn’t necessarily be illegal to order cannabis from another region, it’s challenging to find a dispensary that will offer these services. 

Nevada

Both medical and recreational cannabis consumers can select delivery. Not all dispensaries offer this service, but they must employ the delivery staff if they do. There are no third-party services allowed in Nevada yet. If you are visiting Las Vegas and staying on the strip, you won’t be able to get hotel delivery. Only home residences can have cannabis delivered. 

New Mexico

Medical patients have been ordering cannabis delivery for years in New Mexico. Although voters legalized recreational cannabis in 2021, there are currently no delivery options for rec users just yet. Currently, dispensaries and cannabis brands are applying for delivery licenses in advance of new regulations. 

Oregon

Anyone over 21 can get a job as a cannabis delivery driver in Oregon. The dispensaries may hire their own delivery staff, but some services partner with dispensaries to manage their deliveries. Dutchie is a popular choice for many Oregonians. Both medical and recreational users may choose delivery, but you can only have cannabis delivered to a residence. That residence must be in the same city as the dispensary they ordered from. No hotels or “transient dwellings” and delivery is only available from 8 am to 9 pm. 

Where to Order Wynk Online

Now that we’ve discovered all the ins and outs of cannabis delivery, you might wonder where you can get Wynk drinks delivered! Currently, you can order Wynk online in:

 

  • Arizona*
  • Maine
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • Nevada
  • New Mexico*

*Delivery is only available to medical marijuana cardholders or their caregivers


To find out who we partner with, head to our website and use our store locator to find the closest location. In no time you’ll be kicking back and sippin’ a Wynk. 




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