There are over 2,800 licensed medical cannabis dispensary locations in Oklahoma. These dispensaries are licensed by the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA). They can only retail medical cannabis to patients with valid medical marijuana cards. There are no recreational marijuana dispensaries in Oklahoma because adult-use cannabis is illegal.
Most dispensaries in Oklahoma open between 9:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. daily.
Oklahoma medical cannabis dispensaries have varying closing hours. Some dispensaries end daily operations by 6:00 p.m., while others open late into the evening till about 11:00 p.m. It is good practice to check the website of a medical cannabis dispensary to confirm their operating hours before visiting.
No. The OMMA does not permit dispensaries to deliver medical cannabis products to patients' residences. Patients can shop for medical cannabis products online but must use the in-store or curbside pickup services to obtain their prescriptions.
No. Oklahoma dispensaries do not ship cannabis out of state. Although medical marijuana is legal in Oklahoma, cannabis remains federally illegal. It is an offense for dispensaries to ship medical cannabis across state lines.
No, there are no licensed recreational cannabis dispensaries in Oklahoma. Per Oklahoma Statutes Title 63-2-101, marijuana is a controlled substance, and knowingly possessing, using, purchasing, or retailing marijuana for recreational purposes is an offense.
There are no licensed recreational marijuana dispensaries in Oklahoma, as adult-use cannabis sales are banned in the state.
Patients registered with the OMMA must bring their medical marijuana patients license identification cards to the dispensary to purchase medical cannabis. They must also present valid government-issued ID cards, which the dispensary uses to verify their identity. In addition, patients must bring cash to pay for their purchases.
No. Registered cannabis patients must present valid medical marijuana patient identification cards at the dispensary every time they want to refill their prescriptions.
Yes. Oklahoma law approves medical marijuana use for qualifying patients aged 18 and older, and they can enter any state-licensed medical cannabis dispensary near them. Patients must have valid medical marijuana cards and valid prescriptions from licensed physicians when visiting medical cannabis dispensaries.
Oklahoma does not limit the number of times registered patients can visit a dispensary in a day.
No, Oklahoma dispensaries do not accept credit cards as payment means for medical marijuana. Medical cannabis dispensaries in Oklahoma accept cash payments only. Some dispensaries may have on-site ATMs where patients can conveniently access cash to pay for their prescriptions.
No, marijuana dispensaries in Oklahoma do not accept medical insurance. Although medical marijuana is legal in Oklahoma, it remains prohibited at the federal level. Federal laws regulate health insurance companies and do not recognize cannabis as a legal substance. Consequently, health insurance companies are not required to cover medical cannabis expenses.
Yes, cannabis dispensaries in Oklahoma track the amount of weed patients buy. The Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority requires all licensed medical marijuana dispensaries to maintain an inventory management system to track marijuana from seed to sale. Dispensaries record every purchase made by patients in METRC.