• 100 W Hospitality Ln, San Bernardino, CA 92408
  • (909) 381 - 3706
  • OPEN 8am - 9pm DAILY
  • 100 W Hospitality Ln, San Bernardino, CA 92408
  • (909) 381 - 3706
  • OPEN 8am - 9pm DAILY
  • 100 W Hospitality Ln, San Bernardino, CA 92408
  • (909) 381 - 3706
  • OPEN 8am - 9pm DAILY
  • 100 W Hospitality Ln, San Bernardino, CA 92408
  • (909) 381 - 3706
  • OPEN 8am - 9pm DAILY


Most of the leading cannabis dispensaries tend to adopt the use of offline shops and online shopping centers. Unsurprisingly, online shopping for marijuana products have surged in recent times, partly due to the pandemic and partly due to the convenience and discreet nature of buying online. However, many people still crave the in-store experience and the variety of options that come with in-store purchases.

Ultimately, both forms of marijuana shopping have their advantages and disadvantages, and your choice would mostly be influenced by personal preferences and other specific factors. Here, we discuss the pros and cons of buying cannabis online or walking into one of LA’s best dispensaries.

Pros of shopping at Dispensaries

Physical examination of the quality

Shopping at dispensaries will permit you to look and even smell the cannabis, giving it a careful review before you choose to buy it. Thus, this diminishes the possibility of you winding up with inferior quality or counterfeit products.

Possess Warranty and Return mechanism

Some dispensaries offer an adaptable return mechanism for the cannabis assuming you are unsatisfied. This is the sort of thing you can't do when you buy the product online. It's usually a safer option to buy the cannabis from a dispensary

Personal contact with staff

One of the best things about visiting dispensaries is meeting the cordial and educated staff of the company. They're enthusiastic about cannabis and can share such a lot of important information and details during your visit – this up close and personal connection can't be reproduced on the web.

Cons of shopping at Dispensaries

With regards to the cons of buying cannabis from dispensaries, a few online shops will quite often sell at more exorbitant costs since they need to pay for various maintenance charges including staff salaries, mortgage, and hardware. As a result, you tend to spend more money when buying from dispensaries.

Pros of Shopping Online

It’s easy and convenient

For individuals with busy schedules, shopping from dispensaries might be difficult. However, shopping online helps relieve stress. With a couple of clicks on the internet, you can have the best weed dispensaries deliver your favorite cannabis at the comfort of your home or office without any stress to you.


Before you pay for the product online, you can take the time to do exhaustive research on the brands and products. While shopping online, you can compare the prices and product quality of different companies.

Variety of Options available

Online businesses have a variety of products to choose from. Their stock offers considerably more products than your nearby cannabis dispensary store.

Cons of Buying Online

Delay in getting the product

In most cases, when you shop online it usually takes some time before the product arrives. Sometimes it takes hours before you take delivery of the product.

Lack of interaction with the Product

When you shop online, you can't smell or review the weed to ensure that they are fresh and of good quality. The lack of physical verification can lead to buying a weed that is not good.

Do you wish to enjoy the best of recreational cannabis by shopping from the convenience of your home? Then, do not hesitate to visit our website and place your order. We also have our physical store in San Bernadino if you prefer the good old shopping method. Whatever your preference, you can rest assured we’re always available to serve you in the best way possible.

San Bernardino County Dispensaries

Captain Jacks Dispensary

+1 909-381-3706
100 West Hospitality Lane

San Bernardino CA 92408 US

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