You Can Now Buy Weed McDonalds Style in Las Vegas

If you’re living in Las Vegas and find yourself in need of weed, but all dispensaries are closed, start your car and get some nugs from a McDonalds-style drive-through.

Have you ever thought it would be possible to legally buy weed the same way you’d get your McDonalds dollar menu? If you have, your dream came to life in Las Vegas, Nevada, just a few days ago.

The Nuwu Cannabis Marketplace at 1235 Paiute Circle now offers a drive-through service which is selling recreational cannabis to those that are ready to sit in their car and drive a few miles.

Given that this drive-through service is designed for handicapped and elderly cannabis users, as well as the fact there’s only one lane, you might be in for a long wait if there’s a line.

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Source: Las Vegas Sun

“We want all customers to have that same experience of being able to get in and get out,” said Benny Tso, chairman of the Las Vegas Paiute Tribe. “It’s all about speed and convenience.”

This drive-through dispensary was made from a bank teller window shipped from Washington state last week.

The machine is equipped with bullet-proof glass and framed with bullet-proof Kevlar material, just in case someone has any criminal intents.

This drive-thru service will offer about 15 popular strains, edibles, and concentrate products, also known as dabs.

Store representatives said that the plan is to have their users supplied with whatever they’ve ordered in under a minute from the moment the order was placed.

“We just wanted to be able to play with the big dogs up here,” Tso said when asked about the expanding marijuana industry in Las Vegas.

This is not the first drive-through dispensary operating in the US, as there has already been a car-wash style dispensary opened in Colorado on April 20.

Another fast food-style drive-thru dispensary opened their doors to medical marijuana users in Sun City, Arizona, on Oct. 27.

Read more: Should you grow weed in Nevada? Yes!

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