Cannabis Delivery in Santa Barbara

Box of Cannabis Products From The Farmacy

Why is it that simple things can seem complicated sometimes?

That’s how getting cannabis delivered felt—something that should be simple….but something I still had a lot of questions about, like:

1) What time will the delivery driver come? Is it like Dominoes pizza—30 minutes or less, or?

2) How do I order?

3) How do I pay?

4) And…..what time will the delivery driver come?!

Cannabis Delivery Really Is Simple

After doing a little investigating on this topic, it turns out that cannabis delivery really *is* simple. Maybe not as simple as ordering a pizza, but almost that easy.

Who Delivers Cannabis in Santa Barbara?

There are a few options for getting cannabis delivered from a legal and licensed service in Santa Barbara:
1) The Farmacy – adult-use, 21+ – Delivers to Santa Barbara, Montecito, Goleta and Isla Vista every day. Delivery to Carpinteria every other day.
2) Coastal Dispensary – adult-use, 21+. Enter you zip code on their site to find out if they delivery to your Santa Barbara location.
3) Sespe Creek Collective – adult-use, 21+ – Delivers to Santa Barbara, Carpinteria, Montecito, La Conchita, Summerland, Ojai and surrounding areas, Santa Paula, Camarillo, Somis, and Ventura
3) Green Cuisine Delivery (for patients 18+ with valid medical marijuana card) – Delivers to Santa Barbara and surrounding areas.

How to Order Cannabis For Delivery in Santa Barbara

Cannabis for delivery is done online, via the website of the dispensary you are purchasing from.

This typically involves setting up some sort of online account and uploading a picture of your photo ID. Don’t worry if that sounds hard, just take a photo of your ID with your phone.

Paying for Cannabis Delivery

In the world of cannabis, unlike other marketplaces, cash is still king.

Delivery purchases are typically paid for at the time of delivery, and you will never run into a problem if you have cash on hand, with a little extra to tip the driver.

Tips are not mandatory or expected, but tipping is kind.

Some delivery services will take debit cards, but the service that beams the debit card info up to the great satellite bank in the sky isn’t 100% reliable depending on your delivery location.

Our advice is to have cash on hand to pay for your purchase, but if you need to wing it with a debit card, call the dispensary and make sure all systems are go for that form of payment.

Box of Cannabis Products From The Farmacy

When Will My Weed Arrive?

Unlike Dominoes, cannabis delivery will not arrive in 30 minutes or less.

Oh, hell, even Dominoes doesn’t arrive in 30 minutes or less, anymore! 🙂

Cannabis deliveries typically take place in delivery windows and there is often a cut-off time for ordering that day, which is on the *early* side, for instance, 11am at The Farmacy and 9:30 am for Sespe Creek Collective.

Typically, you order your weed in the morning and get a delivery window later in the afternoon. This involves a bit of planning, but when the doorbell rings and your weed has arrived, it will all be worth it. 🙂


Handy Santa Barbara Cannabis Delivery Cheat Sheet

We made a little cheat sheet to help make it clear how easy getting cannabis delivered in Santa Barbara really is! 🙂

Santa Babrara Cannabis Delivery How to Infographic

Now it's time to try it!

Alrighty, now it’s time for you to try it! Head over to The Farmacy or Sespe Creek Collective, check out their menus, and place your first delivery order. 🙂
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