Everything you need to know about the MonthLeaf subscription box


With all of the cannabis subscription services out there, it can be difficult pinpointing which ones actually aim to match the stash style you’re looking for. Enter MonthLeaf. Co-founder Bryanne Vincent helped establish this California-based cannabis subscription service that provides an easier way to get everything you need from start to finish —  all in one box. Not only do MonthLeaf boxes help customers get familiar with new and trending weed products at unbeatable prices, it also works to make non-storefront delivery services more widely visible and accessible to customers. The brand partners with a new dispensary every month to fill each box.  The MonthLeaf subscription service is only available in the Bay Area, Sacramento, and Los Angeles, but the company hopes to expand its reach in the future. (Disclosure: Monthleaf participated in Weedmaps’ social equity program). How does a MonthLeaf subscription work? To get started, browse through the collection of available boxes. All of them feature a $10 off coupon for Daileaf.com and additional discounts at local pot shops. Each box, save for the Mini, exceeds a value of $150, but most memberships are around $100 per month — $120 if you opt for a one-time box.  Choose from five box types:  Puff: Receive 4 – 6 strains and smokeable products like prerolls and vape cartridges, along with a cannabis accessory.Edible: Receive 5 – 6 top shelf edibles like gummies, chocolates and more, along with a cannabis accessory.CBD: Receive 5 – 6 CBD dominant products like tinctures, edibles and flower, along with a cannabis-friendly accessory Sampler: Receive 5 – 6 different products, such as tinctures, drinkables, flower and more, along with a cannabis accessory. Mini: Receive flower from the month’s partnered dispensary and 1 – 2 cannabis accessories (basically a mini-version of the Puff Box), with a value at over $75 and…

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