Here’s How Much An Ounce of Weed Costs Around The World
The price of weed depends on where you are and the quality you’re getting. Prices in states or countries with legalized marijuana tend to be lower than in places that have to rely on the streets. So, how much does an ounce of weed cost? We’ll go over the average costs of medium to high-quality weed in parts of Europe, Canada, Australia and the United States using public crowdsourcing data.
How Much Does An Ounce Of Weed Cost In Europe?
Nailing down the exact price of cannabis is tough, especially in places that don’t have retail marijuana. Fortunately, High Times monthly Trans-High Market Quotations and PriceOfWeed.com have crowdsourced global price indexes for marijuana that extend from Europe and Australia to North America.
France has one of the highest numbers of cannabis users in Europe but they also have strict anti-marijuana laws in place. The average price of an ounce is about $265 USD for medium to high-quality cannabis, according to a sample size of over 1,000.
The price for medium to high-quality weed in Portugal is about $300 USD according to a sample size of about 300 people.
In the United Kingdom, weed has a medium social acceptance and law enforcement rating. The average price of medium to high-quality cannabis is $256.33 USD according to a sample size of 9,780. Market quotations had an ounce of top-shelf Chem Dog in London priced at $343.50 USD.
Price Of Weed In Australia
Like the United Kingdom, cannabis has medium law enforcement and social acceptance rating in Australia. However, the price per ounce is a bit higher. According to a sample size of 5,043, the cost of an ounce of weed is about $300 USD. Figures from the December Trans-High Market quotations show an ounce of high-grade White Widow going for $313 USD.
Ounce Price In The United States
More than half of the United States have some form of legalized cannabis. The price in each state tends to vary with a noticeable difference between states with legalized cannabis and those without it.
New York has relatively strict marijuana laws. As a result, getting high-grade cannabis in the state is going to cost you top dollar.
According to recent Trans-High Market quotations, an ounce of high-quality weed can run you close to $400. However, the average cost of an ounce of medium to high-grade weed in New York is about $305 according to a sample size of 22,258.
California was the first state to legalize medical marijuana. As a result, the amount of cannabis in the state is abundant. However, taxes on medical and recreational marijuana in the state keep the prices of weed from dropping too low.
According to recent Trans-High Market quotations, an ounce of high-quality Walter White in Los Angeles is about $310. Grape crack in L.A. is about $235 while top-shelf Timewreck will cost you $300 in San Francisco. The price for medium to high-quality weed in California is about $230.50, according to a sample size of 45,707.
Recent Trans-High Market Quotations have ounces of top-shelf weed in Texas going for $400 and up. The average cost of medium to high-quality weed is about $284.41 per ounce according to a sample size of 22,841.
Like New York, Florida has a weak medical marijuana program. Despite this, a decent amount of people seem to toke up in The Sunshine State. According to a sample size of 23,809, the average price of an ounce of decent weed in Flordia is $262.70. For a state with no recreational cannabis and weak medical marijuana laws, cannabis is abundant enough for prices to stay low. However, you’ll have to pay top dollar for the gas. Higher grade stuff can be $350-400 according to market quotations.
Colorado is a place where weed is becoming socially acceptable. According to the monthly Trans-High Market Quotations, an ounce of Blue Dream went for $140 while an ounce of Cypress OG was $209. According to a sample size of nearly 8,000 people, the average price of medium to high-quality weed in Colorado is $220.
Price Of Weed In Canada
Cannabis has been relatively accessible to medical patients in Canada for quite some time. As a result, the average price of an ounce is lower than in most parts of the United States. According to a sample size of 24,803, the average price of an ounce is $202.54 USD. The latest market quotation from Canada has an ounce of high-grade Cherry Pie at about $291 USD and an ounce of Sour Diesel that costs about $238 USD.