Higher Purchasing Limits Coming Soon in 2024


Higher Purchasing Limits Coming Soon in 2024

Another reason to celebrate the New Year!  On January 1st, 2024, a new law goes into effect that more than doubles the possessions and purchase limits for recreational marijuana in Nevada. The legislation will raise the cap from one ounce of cannabis to 2.5 ounces for flower. It also doubles the limits for cannabis concentrate from one-eight of an ounce to a quarter ounce – talk about a way to start the year.


Cannabis Purchasing Limits in Nevada

We covered all the nuances and positive changes coming from Senate Bill 277 earlier this year. But with the law’s implementation just around the corner, it’s time to zoom in on the aspect that’s on everyone’s mind: what exactly are the new marijuana limits in Nevada?


Understanding Cannabis Purchase Limits

If you’re not a fan of math or perhaps a bit too baked to crunch the numbers – don’t worry. We’re here to explain the new purchase limits clearly and easily for you. Here’s what you can look forward to:

Flower Purchase up to 2.5 oz… OR,

20 Eighths
10 Quarters
5 Half ozs

Pre-Rolls: Purchase up to 2.5 oz… OR,

70 = 1g Pre-Rolls 

Edibles: Purchase up to 3x MORE!

70 = 100mg Edibles

Concentrates/Vapes: Purchase up to 7g… OR

7 = 1g concentrates


Looking Ahead

This increase in purchase limits isn’t just a number change; it represents a significant shift in how Nevada views and manages cannabis consumption. It also opens the door to a more relaxed and flexible experience for recreational and medical users alike. 

The upcoming changes in Nevada’s cannabis purchase limits are poised to bring a multitude of benefits to consumers. With the ability to purchase up to 2.5 ounces of flower and increased limits on concentrates and edibles, enthusiasts now have the freedom to explore a wider range of products and strains without the constraints of previous limitations. 

This not only means more variety in each visit but also reduces the frequency of trips needed to dispensaries, offering added convenience, especially for medical users or those with less access to transportation. Additionally, the expanded limits allow for more cost-effective purchasing, enabling consumers to make bulk buys and enjoy even lower prices. It’s a significant step towards a more consumer-friendly cannabis experience in Nevada! 

As we step into this new era, it’s important to stay informed and responsible. Remember, with great limits comes great responsibility! If you’re interested in more, we recommend reading our article about cannabis purchase limits in Nevada, Senate Bill 277, and the positive changes going into effect on Jan. 1st, 2024. You can also check out our extensive archive of educational cannabis content or follow us on Instagram to stay up-to-date on the latest Green news, events, and products.