20 Michigan Dispensaries That Offer Deals for First-Time Customers

By Kyle Kaminski

July 25, 2023

Step aboard the MichiGanja Welcome Wagon, where Michigan’s dispensaries are eagerly awaiting first-time customers with open arms—and exclusive discounts.

Let’s cut to the chase: You’re here to save some cash on your next trip to the dispensary.

Even with hundreds of different stores to choose from and cannabis prices at one of their lowest points in state history, it can still be a struggle to pick the right pot shop to fit your budget. That’s why we’ve assembled an official guide to the latest and greatest deals for first-time customers.

We’re also keeping it updated. This list was aggregated—and independently verified by our reporters—based on advertised promotions from each dispensary on April 1, 2024.


20 Michigan Dispensaries That Offer Deals for First-Time Customers

The Botanical Co.

New customers get a free pre-rolled joint with their first purchase.

Bud Brothers Cannabis Co.

New customers get a free pre-rolled joint with their first purchase.

Consume Cannabis

New customers can sign up for the loyalty program for 20% off their first purchase.

Cloud Cannabis

New customers will receive a 20% discount on their first purchase.

Dispo

New customers get a free pre-rolled joint, a lighter, and a sticker.

Doja

New customers get $10 off their first purchase.

Dunegrass Cannabis Co.

New customers get 15% off their first purchase.

Exclusive

New customers get a free pre-rolled joint, vape cart, or edible. Those who spend at least $50 on their first purchase will receive all three items.

20 Michigan Dispensaries That Offer Deals for First-Time Customers

Gage Cannabis

New customers get a free pre-rolled joint with their first purchase.

High Profile

New customers get 20% off their first purchase. Second-time shoppers can also get a free pre-rolled joint or edible.

House of Dank

New customers get a free eighter or edible with their first purchase.

JARS Cannabis

New customers can sign up for the loyalty program for a free pre-rolled joint or edible with their first purchase, as well as a coupon for $10 off on their second visit.

LIV Cannabis

New customers can get 20% off their first purchase and a free pre-rolled joint.

Local Roots Cannabis

New customers get a free pre-rolled joint, a lighter, and other fun swag with their first purchase.

20 Michigan Dispensaries That Offer Deals for First-Time Customers

Lume

New customers can sign up for the loyalty program for 20% off their first purchase.

Nirvana Center

New customers will receive a free eighter with their first purchase. Second-time shoppers can pick between a free vape cartridge or edible. Third-time customers get a free pre-rolled joint.

Pincanna

New customers get a free pre-rolled joint with their first purchase of $15 or more.

Puff Cannabis Co.

New customers get a free pre-rolled joint with their first purchase.

Pure Options

New customers can sign up for the loyalty program to get 20% off their first purchase.

Pure Roots

New customers can take a short survey to receive a free pre-rolled joint with their first purchase.

The Reef

New customers get a free pre-rolled joint or edible with their first purchase. Those who spend more than $35 will also have a chance to win other prizes.

Skymint

New customers who spend at least $10 on Skymint products can choose between a $5 discount on their first purchase, a free pre-rolled joint, or a free edible.

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20 Michigan Dispensaries That Offer Deals for First-Time Customers

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  • Kyle Kaminski

    Kyle Kaminski is an award-winning investigative journalist with more than a decade of experience covering news across Michigan. Prior to joining The ‘Gander, Kyle worked as the managing editor at City Pulse in Lansing and as a reporter for the Traverse City Record-Eagle.

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