Alaska is home to over 150 cannabis dispensaries.
Alaska marijuana dispensaries open at varying hours. Some dispensaries open as early as 8:00 a.m., while others open at 9:00 a.m. or 10:00 a.m.
Many Alaska dispensaries open as late as 11:00 p.m. or 12:00 a.m. To find the specific operation hours for Alaska dispensaries near you, search online using the phrase “Alaska cannabis dispensaries near me.” From the search results, you can also find contact details for cannabis stores nearby. You may use the contact details to reach out to the stores for their opening and closing times.
No, you cannot find Alaska dispensaries delivering cannabis, as cannabis delivery to consumers is not permitted pursuant to AS 17.38 or 3 AAC 306.
No, shipping cannabis across state lines, whether for medical or recreational purposes, is illegal. Federal regulations guiding movement across state lines ban the transportation of cannabis (due to cannabis federal status) between states. Hence, no Alaska dispensary offers cannabis delivery across state lines.
Yes, there are multiple recreational cannabis dispensaries across Alaska cities and municipalities. Note that AS 17.38 and 3 AAC 306.200 provide for Alaska local governments to opt out of commercial marijuana establishments by ordinance or petition election.
You must bring a valid government photo identification card, such as a State of Alaska-issued ID or a United States passport showing you are 21 or older, to be allowed inside an Alaska recreational marijuana dispensary.
You must bring an unexpired Alaska medical marijuana card and a valid identification card to a legal Alaska medical marijuana dispensary. Note the state does not allow for medical marijuana reciprocity; hence, out-of-state patients are not permitted to visit Alaska medical marijuana dispensaries.
While an Alaska medical marijuana card is a requirement for entering a medical marijuana dispensary, you can visit a recreational cannabis dispensary in the state without one. You only need an unexpired photo ID to prove you are 21 or older to visit recreational cannabis dispensaries.
You must be at least aged 21 to be allowed inside an Alaska dispensary to buy adult-use cannabis. However, if you are a recognized medical marijuana patient in the state, you can enter an Alaska medical cannabis dispensary at 18.
The State of Alaska places no restriction on the number of dispensaries you may visit in a day.
No, Alaska dispensaries take cash and sometimes debit cards.
No, Alaska dispensaries do not accept medical insurance.
Yes, Alaska dispensaries track weed purchases per state requirements.