Billings does not restrict medical marijuana delivery operations as long as it is done in line with local and state regulations. Registered medical cannabis patients aged 18 or older can order up to 5 ounces of marijuana for delivery in a month. However, recreational marijuana deliveries are prohibited, with sales only limited to retail stores or pick-up operations.
No. Billings does not permit recreational marijuana deliveries as provisions of its marijuana regulations (Article 7-2000 of the Billings Code of Ordinances) prohibit the delivery of marijuana to persons not registered as medical marijuana patients in the city.
You can order medical and recreational online from licensed marijuana dispensaries in Billings. While you can order medical marijuana for delivery if the retailers offer delivery services, you can only order recreational weed ahead of your visit to the store to pick up your order. Several Billings dispensaries allow buyers to place orders over the phone, and most vendors have online menus on their websites for buyers to shop from. Deliveries may be made directly by the delivery employees or agents of licensed dispensaries or contracted transporter licensees.
Medical marijuana cardholders in Billings are allowed to order up to 5 ounces of marijuana every 30 days. Note that even if you do not purchase 5 ounces in a 30-day period, the cap will fully reset 30 days after your first purchase. In-store medical marijuana buyers also have the same limit as online buyers. Although you cannot order recreational weed for delivery in Billings, in-store buyers may purchase up to 28.35 grams of marijuana per transaction or the THC equivalent in other forms: 8 grams of concentrate or 800 milligrams of edibles.
You must be 18 years or older to use medical marijuana delivery services in Billings.
Montana cannabis businesses with transporter licenses are permitted to deliver medical marijuana to registered medical marijuana cardholders in Billings. Note that licensed medical marijuana dispensaries do not need the state’s transporter license to deliver weed to eligible patients with medical marijuana cards.
You may ask other marijuana users for recommendations on weed delivery services in your area. Alternatively, you may call nearby marijuana dispensaries to ask if they offer delivery services.
A valid government ID and a Montana medical marijuana ID card are required to receive a weed delivery in Billings.