Can Weed Delivery Service In Ontario Beat Online Weed Products?

Posted by on May 3, 2021 in Stuff with 0 Comments

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Deliveries are not for just food or household shopping anymore. Today you can have a range of weed products delivered right to your doorstep. The initial ban on weed delivery was reversed in a bid to starve the supply from the black market that had picked up following the closure of stores due to the covid pandemic. The best weed in Ontario is a few buttons away as delivery services takeoff.

Here are reasons why weed delivery service is bound to thrive.

1.    Transparency

Businesses rely on efficiency to satisfy a plethora of customers and good customer reviews to create awareness resulting in their growth. With this, it puts the businesses on the spot for quality products and better customer services. A thorough product description allows customers to scrutinize the product before ordering it. As the technology advances, more streamlined usability and transparency are bound to increase, boosting weed usage.

2.    Diversity of Products

Storefronts have a limited capacity, not to mention how walking through the store searching for weed is both time-consuming and cumbersome. This is not the case with buying from online weed shops, where hundreds of commodities are displayed. Detailed product descriptions help customers choose products of their desire, and they can inspect the products upon delivery to ascertain their authenticity.

3.    More Convenient

All it takes to make an order is a phone, internet connection, and a few minutes. Within a few clicks, the order is done. Filter methods are also included to simplify searches giving users access to the variety they want in THC content, plant type, and CBD levels. One is also able to track their orders and see the time schedules deliveries will be made.

Scheduled deliveries are also allowed. If you are slated to work odd hours, especially individuals who work during the night shift, you find it hard to pass by the storefronts. Delivery services may come in handy for them.

Physically traveling to the store only to meet unending lines to get served can be burdensome. Delivering services are more reliable and save you on time and money you could have spent in getting them by yourself. Not satisfied by the delivered product? Delivery services allow returns.

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4.    Discretion and Privacy

Although stigma associated with the use of marijuana has decreased as people get educated about its benefits, some people still hold a derogatory opinion of weed. Hence many consumers are not yet willing to be seen with the products or at the weed stores. Weed delivery services cater for their discretion in that the packages delivered don’t display the contents. Also, anonymous payment methods, including cryptocurrency, are accepted to keep the customer’s identity private. As a result, consumers enjoy their weed without the worry of prying eyes.

5.    It’s Cheaper

Lower overheads due to less rent payment, less labor cost, and low cost in website maintenance have led to the availability of cheaper weed. Also, delivery services don’t require making upfront investments in truckloads of weed, and instead, most operate on demand. This is different in storefronts with loads of weed in storage due to the increased traffic at their stores. The vendor is left to focus attention on customer satisfaction, e.g., offering discounts. Furthermore, it’s cheaper and time-saving for the customer to have the pot delivered rather than drive up to the stores.

6.    Increased Independence

Weed delivery caters to the elderly, the disabled, and those with mobility issues. Because they are at the mercy of others, they sometimes end up not getting the weed when they need it. Getting to the store is one more task that they don’t have to worry about anymore. Delivery services for homebound medicinal use of marijuana are a genuine lifeline to those that cannot make it to the store. It allows for them to relax and wait in their comfort for someone else to deliver their product. The overdependence of caretakers to make stops at the stores for purchasing has been cut short.

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7.    Safety

Customers should check for the “CannSell” standard certification license on the website before making orders to ascertain sellers’ legality. Third-party delivery agents are prohibited. Hence only direct employees make the deliveries. This ensures that the products are not tampered with. Background checks are also made of the delivery driver; hence companies can be held accountable for their employees.

The delivery driver only hands over the commodities to the specific individual that made the order. Also, clients are asked to provide identification material to prove age legality. With this strict measurement, the safety of the seller, buyer, and product is guaranteed.


Sooner than later, weed delivery services will flourish due to the convenience and privacy they offer. Easy accessibility, flexibility, and diversity will allow a large group to order from them and opt out of physical purchasing. With more lenient regulatory obligations in comparison to storefronts, they are bound to thrive.


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