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The cost of low-THC marijuana in Texas varies depending on dispensary location and product type. Other factors affecting medical marijuana cost include cannabis strain and quality. High quality marijuana commands higher prices that lower quality cannabis. On average, the price of 1 ounce of high quality marijuana in Texas is $325 while the same amount of medium quality marijuana goes for $243.
No. Dispensaries in Texas do not generally accept credit cards for marijuana orders. With marijuana still illegal at the federal level and classified as a Schedule I controlled substance, financial institutions often block marijuana-related transactions. Therefore, most dispensaries only accept cash and debit payment methods at their points of sale.
No. Texas does not have a sales tax on low-THC cannabis, its definition of medical marijuana.
Recreational cannabis is currently illegal in the State of Texas and, therefore, unavailable at dispensaries in the state.
Patients and caregivers registered in Texas’ Compassionate Use Registry cannot save on their medical marijuana prescriptions by growing cannabis at home. This is because only licensed dispensing organizations can grow marijuana in Texas. However, patients can still spend less at dispensaries when they take advantage of discount and loyalty programs as well as shop during sales events.
Other ways to save on the cost of medical marijuana include switching to longer-lasting forms of marijuana such as edibles; taking lower doses to see if you get the same therapeutic benefits as your regular dose; and visiting other nearby dispensaries to see if you can get better prices and wider product selections.