How much does weed cost? Well, the market changes month-to-month, which is why High Times always brings you its monthly THMQ. Take a look at November 2017’s pot prices.
Market Analysis: Prices continued their decline nationwide, with the Eastern Index dropping to its lowest average ($349) since February 2017. The Southern Index also experienced a drop in price, finishing the month $5 below its previous month’s average. The Western Index was down from October as well. Nationally, ounces are averaging just $324, the second lowest US Price Index average of the year.
Current US Price Index: $324 (last month: $329, Year-to-Date: $331)
Current Eastern Price Index: $349 (last month: $353, YTD: $352)
Current Southern Price Index: $365 (last month: $370, YTD: $364)
Current Western Price Index: $258 (last month: $261, YTD: $263)
The top five submitted strains (with average price) were: Kush ($342), Gorilla Glue ($307), Blue Dream ($325), Girl Scout Cookies ($336) and White Rhino ($265).
(Blue Diesel) “NYC Diesel and Blueberry create delicious flavored flowers.” —Glendale, AZ
(Timewreck) “Don’t bother checking your watch while smoking this spacey sativa.” —San Francisco, CA
(Northern Lights #5) “Very mellow, relaxing high.” —Bennington, VT
(Cherry Pie) “Beautiful looking great tasting buds.” —Barrie, Canada