How Much Does Cannabis Cost?

Pot prices for December 2017.

How much does cannabis cost? Well, the marijuana market changes month-to-month, which is why High Times always brings you its monthly THMQ. Take a look at December 2017’s current pot prices.

Market Analysis: The price of pot continues to decline nationwide. The Southern Index experienced the biggest drop, down $7 from its previous month’s average—a result of the region’s extreme pricing, which jumped from considerably above to well below the average. While the Western Index held steady, the Eastern Index was down from its November average. Overall, the average ounce of cannabis in America for 2017 cost $330.

Current US Price Index: $320 (last month: $324, Year-to-Date: $330)
Current Eastern Price Index: $345 (last month: $349, YTD: $352)
Current Southern Price Index: $358 (last month: $365, YTD: $363)
Current Western Price Index: $258 (last month: $258, YTD: $263)

The top five strains (with average price) were: Blueberry ($244), Kush ($318), Headband ($298), Diesel ($240) and White Widow ($387).

Trans High Market Quotations: How Much Does Cannabis Cost?

How Much Does Cannabis Cost?


(The Wow) “A superior tasting product that was properly cured.” —Albuquerque, NM
(J-1) “Great flower and a wonderful medicine.” —Chino Valley, AZ
(Blucifer) “Best quality in the state!” —Belfast, ME
(Skywalker OG) “Very expensive but excellent quality.” —Hoboken, NJ

How Much Does Cannabis Cost?

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