There are 38 licensed marijuana dispensaries in New Jersey. 11 out of the 38 dispensaries sell medical cannabis and medical cannabis products only. The remaining 27 sell both medical and recreational cannabis products. Camden County has the highest number of dispensaries, with 5 licensed retail stores, while Atlantic, Bergen, and Essex Counties follow with 4 dispensaries each.
Some dispensaries in New Jersey open as early as 7:00 a.m.; however, most shops open between 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. However, you may use the NJOIT resource on its website to obtain the contact number for dispensaries in your area. You can find the exact opening hours for the stores by contacting the dispensaries via their phone numbers.
New Jersey cannabis dispensaries typically close before 11:00 p.m., with many retailers closing shops between 8:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. It is recommended that you contact dispensaries in your area to know their specific closing hours.
Not all New Jersey cannabis dispensaries offer delivery options for their customers. Hence, you should contact retail cannabis stores in your area if they offer that option. You can find the contact information of nearby New Jersey dispensaries by searching online with the keywords “New Jersey marijuana dispensaries near me.” The contact information contains phone numbers with which you may reach out to the retailers. Alternatively, you can visit the websites of the dispensaries to know if the retailers offer delivery. You can find website addresses from the search results for “New Jersey dispensaries near me that offer delivery.”
Dispensaries put their licenses at risk of revocation and other severe punishments if found shipping cannabis out of state. While marijuana has been legalized in several states, federal law continues to prohibit the drug under the DEA's classification of the drug as a Schedule I substance. Hence, there are no dispensaries in New Jersey shipping marijuana across state lines.
Yes, there are at least 27 licensed locations in New Jersey where you can purchase adult-use cannabis. New Jersey’s Marijuana Legalization Amendment is the foundational law permitting the establishment of recreational cannabis dispensaries in the state.
You need to bring a valid, unexpired government-issued ID and cash to a New Jersey recreational marijuana dispensary. The ID card must prove that you are 21 or older and may be a New Jersey driver’s license or another state or federal government ID card. New Jersey adult-use dispensaries also accept United States Military IDs or passports.
New Jersey medical marijuana dispensaries require visitors to bring New Jersey-issued medical marijuana cards and a valid government photo ID to buy medical cannabis. Note that you should also bring cash, as dispensaries in the state have streamlined payment options.
Yes, but only if you have an unexpired government ID to prove you are 21 or older. Otherwise, you must bring a New Jersey medical marijuana card to purchase cannabis at any licensed dispensary in the state.
Yes, but only if you are a registered medical marijuana patient in the state with a valid medical marijuana card issued by the New Jersey Department of Health. Otherwise, you must be 21 or older to enter a licensed dispensary in the state.
You can visit as many weed dispensaries as you want in one day. You may even visit the same dispensary multiple times daily. However, there are restrictions on the amount of cannabis and cannabis products you can buy.
You should prepare to use cash or debit cards but not credit cards when visiting New Jersey dispensaries. Many of the state’s dispensaries only accept cash, while a few accept the debit card payment option in addition to cash.
You must pay for your cannabis purchases with cash or debit cards if debit cards are allowed. Dispensaries in New Jersey do not allow customers to offset their bills with medical insurance.
The New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory Commission requires all its licensees, including marijuana retailers, to comply with state law requiring inventory tracking, including cannabis sales. Therefore, expect to have the quantity of weed purchased tracked across all state-licensed dispensaries.