There are at least 30 dispensaries in Arkansas.
Arkansas dispensaries typically open around mid-morning. For most retailers, the opening hour is 10:00 a.m. In accordance with state laws, no dispensary in Arkansas may open earlier than 7:00 a.m. or close later than 10:00 p.m.
In accordance with Arkansas law, cannabis dispensaries may open until 10:00 p.m. However, many dispensaries in the state close shop between 7:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. To find specific operation hours for Arkansas dispensaries, search online using the keyword "Arkansas dispensaries near me." The search results will include information on the specific operation hours of the dispensaries in your area.
Some Arkansas medical cannabis dispensaries deliver medical cannabis to buyers who have Arkansas medical marijuana cards. Since not all dispensaries in the state offer delivery services, you need to find retail stores that do if you want to order cannabis online. To find Arkansas dispensaries nearby that deliver cannabis, search online for “Arkansas dispensaries near me.”
From the result, you can see the weblinks to the websites of some of the dispensaries to check if they offer cannabis delivery. Alternatively, you may use the phone number from the search results to contact nearby dispensaries to determine if they offer cannabis delivery.
Per state law, a dispensary may deliver medical marijuana to a qualified patient or designated caregiver between 9:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.
No, there are no Arkansas cannabis dispensaries shipping cannabis and cannabis products out of state. It is illegal to ship cannabis across states as federal regulations prohibit such an act. Note that per DEA rules, cannabis remains an illegal substance and may not be transported beyond state lines, regardless of the legal status of cannabis in either or both states.
No recreational weed dispensaries exist in the state, as adult-use cannabis has not been legalized in Arkansas.
There are no recreational marijuana dispensaries in the state.
You must bring an Arkansas medical marijuana card (digital or physical copy) when visiting an Arkansas medical marijuana dispensary. If you are an out-of-state patient, you may be eligible for a medical marijuana identification card in Arkansas if you possess a medical marijuana card or its equivalent from your state. Also, the condition for which you were approved in your state must be a medical condition approved to be treated with medical cannabis in Arkansas. Medical marijuana cards issued to visiting patients are valid for 90 days. If you have such a card, you may visit Alabama medical marijuana dispensaries to purchase medical cannabis.
Note that if it is your first time visiting an Arkansas dispensary, you may need a valid form of ID, such as an Arkansas driver’s license or another State of Arkansas-issued ID.
Licensed dispensaries in Arkansas only sell medical cannabis. Hence, to visit such facilities, you must have an Arkansas medical marijuana card.
You can enter an Arkansas medical marijuana dispensary at 18. There are no adult-use cannabis retail stores in the city.
You can visit as many cannabis dispensaries as you wish daily. However, you cannot buy more cannabis than is permitted under Arkansas law.
Cannabis retail is typically a cash-only business in Arkansas. Retail stores in the city have ATMs for visitors to use for cash withdrawals for their purchases.
No, Arkansas dispensaries do not accept medical insurance.
Yes, in accordance with state law, Arkansas dispensaries are required to track weed purchases.