A provision for medical marijuana delivery appears to be available under the medical marijuana legalization law in South Dakota. However, with no guidelines and regulations stipulated under the South Dakota Medical Cannabis Program or by the state Department of Health, dispensaries refrain from offering delivery services. Recreational marijuana is illegal and cannot be delivered in the state.
No. Although Initiated Measure 26 makes the possession, sale, and delivery of medical marijuana legal in the state, South Dakota medical marijuana dispensaries do not offer marijuana delivery services. This is because the state has not promulgated rules for regulating marijuana delivery services.
No. Recreational marijuana is illegal in South Dakota. Hence, the use, sale, and delivery of adult-use marijuana is prohibited in the state.
You can order medical marijuana online in South Dakota from state-licensed medical marijuana dispensaries if you plan to visit the store to pick up your order. Delivery is illegal; hence medical marijuana dispensaries only offer in-store pick-up options for online buyers. You can visit the websites of these dispensaries to place your orders or call the stores by phone if they make that option available. Note that it is illegal to order weed from other states to be shipped across state lines into South Dakota.
You cannot order weed online for delivery in South Dakota.
Weed delivery services are not currently available in South Dakota.
No person or entity has been authorized to provide weed delivery services in the state.
You cannot find a South Dakota weed delivery service near you as no business or person has been authorized to offer it.
Marijuana delivery service is not available in South Dakota.
No. Currently, weed delivery is not available in any South Dakota city.