Celebrate Pot Day with events and deals at the Metro Detroit Store

It’s the day pot lovers around the world celebrate – 4/20 days – and now that recreational marijuana is legal in Michigan there are plenty of places to celebrate Tuesday.

Legend has it that April 20 began in Marin County, California when a group of five high school friends said they would meet up at 4:20 pm after school to smoke weed. That turned into the abbreviation for 420, which has become a not-so-subterranean way of saying, “Let’s go high.”

In Michigan, Pot Pharmacies across the state are holding special events and sales on April 20th:

High Times Cannabis Cup Michigan

Michigan’s largest cannabis event calls on people to pick the winners for the first time. Cannabis lovers can rate their favorite brands with 76 participating companies. Assessment kits range from $ 100 to $ 300, depending on the category. Panellists smoke or otherwise use a pot and give their comments.

Here are the venues in Metro Detroit

  • 5 & ​​Dime at 20561 Dwyer St., Detroit, 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.
  • Breeze at 24517 John R. Rd., Hazel Park, 9:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
  • House of Dank, 8 Mile – 3340 E 8 Mile Rd., Detroit, 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.
  • House Dank Ypsilanti – 50 Ecorse Rd., Suite B, Ypsilanti, 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.
  • Exclusive – 3820 Varsity Dr., Ann Arbor, 9 a.m. – 9 p.m.

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House of Dank locations in Metro Detroit: Helicopter price reductions, live music, ice sculpture carving, food trucks, and free pre-roll with a purchase price of $ 20

Bloom City Club on Miller Ave. 423, Ann Arbor: H.Osting treasure hunt in front of the store, free pre-roll with Twenty After Four Edition of the Shinola Detroit Journal purchase, and other specials

Walled Lake Greenhouse at 103 E. Walled Lake Dr., Walled Lake: Specials on cartridges, jar, t-shirts and more, in-store hosting providers – including Boy Scout troops selling biscuits – and offering Mother’s Day baskets starting Tuesday

Walled Lake Greenhouse owner Jerry Millen purchases 301 boxes of Girl Scout cookies from Oakland County's Jennifer Slayden, 39, on March 5, 2021 after Slayden, mother of two Boy Scouts, was disappointed with her daughter's lack of sales opportunities Girl Scout Cookies after U.S. Girl Scouts banned Oakland County Girls Scouts from selling their cookies outside the Greenhouse of Walled Lake marijuana dispensary after making gangbuster sales last weekend.

Breeze at 24517 John R Road, Hazel Park: In-store DJ performance, freebies, competitions and specials available

The Breeze Provisioning Center opened in Hazel Park on March 8th as the first recreational pots store in Oakland County.

Lume Cannabis on 861 N. Pontiac Trail, Walled Lake: Giveaway on Lume branded products worth more than $ 30,000 and one sweepstakes entry for every $ 100 spent in the store

BDT Smoke Shops in Metro Detroit: Special offers, competition and giveaway for swab devices

Citizens at 12604 E Jefferson Ave, Detroit: All-day event with special offers, competitions and events

Common Citizen medical marijuana dispensary in Flint where the store is divided into four parts

Cloud Cannabis at 1760 Plymouth Rd., Ann Arbor: Buy a gram, get a gram offer and raffle loyalty members

On Tuesday, October 6, 2020, in Ann Arbor, lights hang from the ceiling with artificial bushes growing on the ceiling.

Skymint locations across Michigan: Competition of 30 giant joints and 30% discount on all THC products

JARS locations across Michigan: 30% discount on the entire business

3 Fifteen locations in Michigan: 4 cartridges for $ 100

Oz Cannabis Locations Across Michigan: 25% regular price items and grocery and vape deals

Herbalism, 11392 W. Jefferson, River Rouge. Offers, freebies (t-shirts, rubbers, pre-rolls, socks, mugs and more) food truck and DJ. Note: Home delivery is not possible on April 20th

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