There are currently no weed delivery services in Oklahoma. While medical marijuana has been legalized, the state prohibits medical marijuana delivery. Recreational marijuana has yet to be legalized. Many medical cannabis dispensaries in Oklahoma accept online orders for medical cannabis products, but buyers must pick up their products at in-store or curbside sales points provided by the dispensaries.
No, Oklahoma prohibits medical marijuana delivery to registered cannabis patients. Per Section 310:681-5-18(c) of the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Regulations, no state-licensed medical marijuana dispensary may deliver medical cannabis or medical marijuana products to registered patients or caregivers in the state.
No, there are no recreational marijuana delivery services in Oklahoma and the state has yet to legalize adult-use cannabis.
Registered cannabis patients or their caregivers can order medical marijuana or cannabis products online from licensed dispensaries, but state law prohibits weed delivery. As a result, medical marijuana products purchased online must be picked up at the dispensaries’ physical locations by patients or caregivers. Most dispensaries accept online orders through the online shop menus on their websites or by phone. Ordering recreational weed online is not an option in Oklahoma, as adult-use marijuana remains banned in the state.
In Oklahoma, registered patients and licensed caregivers can order up to the same amount of marijuana allowed for in-store purchases. However, they must visit the dispensaries to pick up their orders.
Oklahoma has not established regulations for marijuana delivery. As the state does not currently allow weed delivery, all ages are restricted from using or running cannabis delivery services.
Currently, marijuana delivery is illegal in Oklahoma. Hence, no person or licensed medical marijuana dispensary can provide weed delivery services in the state.
Registered marijuana patients or licensed caregivers cannot find marijuana delivery services near them anywhere in Oklahoma. Since weed delivery is illegal in Oklahoma, no individual, entity, or dispensary is licensed by the state's Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) to provide medical marijuana delivery services.
No weed delivery service operates in Oklahoma. Also, licensed dispensaries are not permitted to deliver medical cannabis products to marijuana patients or caregivers in the state.
Weed delivery to medical marijuana patients or caregivers in any part of Oklahoma is prohibited.