How Much Does Weed Cost?

Pot prices for November 2017.
How Much Does Weed Cost?

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). 

How Much Does Weed Cost?


(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

How Much Does Weed Cost?

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