Doobie now provides cannabis delivery service to medical marijuana patients throughout the St. Louis market.
As more states open up to cannabis retailers, the natural progression is to offer delivery services. Doobie, a leading on-demand cannabis delivery platform, announced that it is expanding delivery services to medical marijuana patients in Missouri, a state where medical marijuana is legal.
In partnership with JANE Dispensary, located in St. Louis, Doobie will be the first company to provide medical marijuana delivery in the state. Doobie’s co-founder Joseph Rubin says, “We’re proud to be the first delivery company to provide medical marijuana to patients in Missouri. Finding a partner like JANE, who has the best selection of products in the state, makes it that much more exciting.” Missouri is part of Doobie’s expansion plan, which includes Boston, New York and Los Angeles.
Since Missouri is a medical market, having delivery available will provide a significant benefit to patients that aren’t able to easily leave the house or are uncomfortable going into a dispensary. Doobie provides delivery in an easy, discreet, and safe way to get patients their medicine. Patients can view their favorite products through an online platform at trydoobie.com or get recommendations from Doobie customer service consultants over the telephone at 1-888-8DOOBIE (1-888-836-6243).
The online platform at trydoobie.com is a streamlined, mobile-optimized shopping experience. You can browse popular products by category or brand, and if there are any questions, Doobie expert cannabis consultants are available via chat and phone. After checkout, you can track your delivery in real time, just like when you order from your favorite restaurants.
Before ordering, patients must have a Missouri marijuana card, which may take around 4 to 6 weeks to receive. Patients must meet certain health requirements and receive a completed Physician Certification Form from a licensed doctor in person or online from companies like Elevate Holistics, Heally, or Missouri Marijuana Card. After the visit, patients must then register for the Missouri Medical Marijuana Program using the online Complia application portal. The Physicians Certification for Medical Cannabis Form will need to be submitted via the application portal on the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services’ online registry along with a $25 fee. The Missouri State Health Department will mail you a Missouri medical card within 30 days.
Due to Missouri medical marijuana regulations, all cannabis orders must be paid for before they go out for delivery. Doobie and JANE use an electronic payment service called Hypur that provides a cashless option that is safe, convenient, and reliable. Hypur is simple to use and eliminates the hassle of cash.
Doobie delivery service is available in many cities and counties throughout the St. Louis area including Saint Louis City, Saint Louis County, Saint Charles County, Franklin County, Jefferson County, Warren County and Lincoln County, and Doobie is offering free delivery through the end of August.
February 7, 2022 at 3:28 pm
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