The Blackjack Collective is one of Las Vegas’ premier medical marijuana dispensaries. Located on the Western Avenue and Oakey cross streets, it’s open late for those looking to relax before the party starts. Doors open at 10 am and close at 11 pm.
Blackjack is now accepting both medical and recreational customers over the age of 21. If you’re a medical marijuana patient, don’t forget to bring your ID card. All purchases have to be made in cash, but an ATM is on site.
In line with state law, every customer must come with a valid government issued ID. There is a 1-ounce daily purchase limit.
Blackjack’s knowledgeable and friendly can help you choose from a massive selection of products, including buds, edibles, topicals, and concentrates. The budtenders are always friendly and willing to help you find a suitable weed product. Product quality is only matched the staff’s passion for guiding visitors on their weed journey.
If you’re looking for a good deal, Blackjack can definitely help. First-time medical patients get a pre-roll for a penny or an eighth for the same ridiculous price with orders over $100.
Medical patients, military, veterans and those who work in the cannabis industry are eligible for a 20% storewide discount. For seniors, expect a 10% discount on every order. Everybody can participate in Blackjack’s reward system.
Follow Blackjack Collective on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to stay up to date with daily deals and specials. Don’t gamble on finding the bud that suits your needs, visit Blackjack Collective today! This place is not worth your time, barf
I saw 30% on a weed strain when i bought it my bag says 23% probably listed gram potency? it was popcorn nugs too slightly disappointed by all that
Great deals, great service.
As a medical patient the discount is why I shop here. I’ve been in this spot at least a dozen times and at no point has anyone ever attempted to address me by my name. My name is not that complicated however they don’t even bother so... Other than that the service is basically ok. The name situation wouldn’t be that big of a deal but I was being helped one day and the boy who helped me asked another customer who was checking out at the same time what name she prefers to go by. He had helped me at least 3xs before at that point and never bothered to ask me so it was noticeable.