Discussion in 'Places and People' started by LiVeRpOoLFTW, Jul 2, 2008.
what is the best quantity to buy it in?such as 10$-ect.
It's always better to buy in bulk because you almost always get a break in price doing so. I honestly don't deal in monetary measurements, and I think you get ripped off because you usually can't buy quantity that way. It's better to buy by weight, IMO.
buy in pounds.
If you can afford it.
Seriously, you get more value if you buy larger quantities.
Exactly, if you can afford it.
You can always buy in bulk w/o haing to buy by the pound.
I must go to a good despensary because I can get an 8th of trainwreck for $50... and while browsing some other dispensaries in the area (including delivery), an ounce of trainwreck was 300-something, which when I did the math, came to about $45 an 8th. (I think it was a couple bucks less or so).
$5 just doesn't seem like a good-enough break to me. I know its a $40 savings in total... but still... that's not alot of savings to justify me buying an ounce.
long story short... i buy 8ths.
I, personally, try not to buy less than an eighth at a time. That's the cheapest amount you can get a break on, around these parts.
If you know you'll use it (and can afford it), buy as much as you can! Usually, the more you buy, the cheaper the price per gram.
I am always looking for a way to save a buck, and if I can save money by buying an ounce at a time, I'll do it. It's like buying bulk toilet paper at Sam's Club vs buying a 4 roll pack at the corner 7-Eleven. :laugh:
I never buy less than a quarter pound. The price is much better and I don't have to make a lot of buys, which is where you're most likely to run into trouble.
If I could find a nice source I would have no problem buying a quarter pound.
But im not as lucky as some of you guys with the weed hookup
I usually only get a quarter at a time now, since I don't like having too much in my posession. When I used to sell, I would buy 3-4 pounds at a time, and each pound would be in a different location.
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