Vaccinated yet? Then get free weed in these places

Vaccinated yet? Then get free weed in these places

Have you heard about #jointsforjabs yet? If not, you might be interested. This was the campaign that the group D.C. Marijuana Justice launched to help get people vaccinated earlier in the year. It was huge success, since you got free weed with proof of vaccine. The promotion served as a big inspiration for similar efforts around the country, some of which we’re still seeing now. Vaccinated yet? Then get free weed in these places:

The Greenhouse of Walled Lake / Pot for Shots

This Michigan dispensary has extended this special promotion, in which you show written proof of your COVID-19 vaccination and receive a FREE UBaked pre-roll. They’ve given away 10,000 of these specials over the last two months, so it’s safe to say the event has been successful. It’s unclear as to how long it’s going to last, so if you’re in the area, and still need your jab, check it out, because pre-rolls are awesome.

Queer Liberation March in New York

The AIDS activism group ACT UP New York has held two Joints for Jabs events so far, and is planning a third shortly. The target date and event is New York‘s third annual Queer Liberation March in late June, so keep an eye out for that. The best way to stay informed is to follow their Twitter feed for the latest updates.

The Mint / Arizona

The Mint Dispensary Arizona locations are offering free edibles to anyone 21 and over who receives a Covid vaccine. While you don’t need to buy anything to get the freebie, you’ll need to show a valid vax card in order to get yours. Call ahead to check on when they’re running the special and if they have inventory in stock. You can never go wrong with edibles.

Bottom Line

They want you to get your vax. As you’ve probably heard, you can find more giveaways out there than just weed. You can get beer, doughnuts, and even ammo in some places for shooting ranges. Whether or not you’re in any of these areas to take advantage of the specials, it just needs to get done. The sooner, the better, so we can all get back to normal, especially for in person events.