How to Save on Medical Cannabis in Virginia

The cost of medical cannabis in Virginia can be, well, high. Check out these ways to save, and be sure to follow your favorite medical dispensaries on social media for new products, sales, and discount alerts.

 

The Hello Club

Earn 1 point per $1 spent and get personalized deals to save you money on your favorite products. Join the program for your state and download your wallet to your home screen for easy access. Receive deals and  offers based on your personalized wallet settings or past purchases. Save money by redeeming your points and other exclusive offers at checkout using your Hello Club wallet.

 

RISE Deals

Shop the latest cannabis deals to save on top-quality products from the brands you love.

 

Risers Rewards

With a free membership, you’ll earn points that are redeemable toward future purchases and enjoy exclusive benefits.

Earn Points, Get Rewards: Get a point for every dollar spent. 

Exclusive Deals & Offers: All the best dispensary deals, sent straight to you. 

Insider Perks: Stay in the know & get first dibs on new products.

 

gLeaf

Opt-in to text messages to receive sales notifications.

 

Stash Cash

Earn 1 point for every $1 you spend. Every 100 points is $5 off.  Use the app to redeem rewards at any participating locations. Shop your local dispensary from the app and find other dispensaries in the network as you travel to keep earning points. Discover new products based on how you want to feel through Forage and keep track of past purchases. Build a profile and receive in-stock recommendations based on your previous likes and how you want to feel. View daily offers and deals all in one place in the messaging portal.

 

Share Well/Care Well

If you are a registered medical cannabis patient in your state and meet one or more of the following criteria, you may be able to participate:

  • The patient qualifies for Medicaid (medical marijuana products cannot be covered by Medicaid, but it is a qualifying factor in this program).
  • Annual household income of the patient falls below 138% of the current Federal Poverty Line for their household.
  • Patient’s monthly medical marijuana expenses exceed 15% of their monthly household income.
  • Paying for the patient’s medication creates a severe financial hardship on the patient’s household.

Contact [email protected] or visit a local participating dispensary for more information.