New Mexico’s HB 2 allows businesses with marijuana courier licenses to provide marijuana delivery services in Santa Fe and the rest of the state. If you are 21 or older in Santa Fe, you can order up to 2 ounces of weed for home delivery. If you are 18 or older, up to 425 units of medical marijuana may be ordered for delivery in any 90-day period.
Yes. Medical marijuana delivery is legal in Santa Fe in accordance with the provisions of HB 2. State-licensed delivery services are allowed to deliver medical marijuana to registered patients.
Yes. The Cannabis Regulation Act makes recreational marijuana delivery legal in Santa Fe.
You can order weed online from Santa Fe dispensaries or other dispensaries in New Mexico. Although not all dispensaries offer delivery options, most allow buyers to order marijuana for in-store pickups.
You can order up to 2 ounces of cannabis, 16 grams of extract, or 800 milligrams of edible cannabis for delivery if you are a recreational marijuana user in Santa Fe. If you are a medical marijuana user, you can order up to 15 ounces or 425 units of medical marijuana over a 90-day period.
You must be 21 or older to use Santa Fe recreational marijuana delivery services. However, patients aged 18 or older can use medical marijuana delivery services in the city. A minor patient may not order medical cannabis for delivery. The patient’s caregiver must order and receive the medical marijuana order for the minor.
Start by contacting the dispensaries in your area to inquire about the availability and coverage of their weed delivery services. You may visit their stores, call them, or check the websites to learn these details.
You must present a valid ID showing you are 21 or older to receive delivery for a recreational marijuana order in Santa Fe. Besides a valid ID, you must also show a medical marijuana card to receive delivery for a medical marijuana order in the city.