As summer waves goodbye, let’s welcome Labor Day with open arms and unbeatable deals. Starting Wednesday, you’re in for a treat – enjoy 20% off on select edibles, vaporizers, and pre-rolls that’ll make your long weekend extra special. Imagine kicking back by the water, knowing you’ve scored amazing deals on your favorite goodies. Ready to dive in? Here’s a taste of what to expect at Flora Farms dispensaries!
Kick Off the Long Weekend Early
We’re getting in the long weekend spirit early this year! Starting Wednesday, you have the chance to enjoy 20% off some of your favorite brands like CLOVR, Keef, Wana, Robhots, and Mountain High Suckers. Plus, don’t miss out on discovering a new favorite: Forbidden Fruit.
Introducing to Missouri: Forbidden Fruit
There’s a new edible in town and it’s 20% off 8/30-9/4. Forbidden Fruit is simply fruit and cannabis combined. The best dehydrated fruits sourced from around the world are infused with 10 mg of cannabis in each piece. Enjoy 3 flavor options: pineapple, cinnamon apple, and mango. Non-GMO, low sugar, lactose-free, gluten-free.
Enjoy All Weekend Long
On Friday, September 1st, we’re kicking your Labor Day prep into overdrive with even more deals. Check it out!
Missouri’s Own Edibles for 20% OFF
Vivid & Buoyant Bob Vaporizers for 20% OFF
Long weekends are the prefect chance to unwind and recharge. Whether you’re chilling with friends, binging your favorite shows, or simply soaking in the serenity, this is your time to relax. Let stress melt away, and find comfort in the simplicity of moments well spent.
See you at Flora Farms!
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Clovr, Forbidden Fruits, Funny Bone, Keef, Mountain High Suckers, Robhots & Wana offer valid 8/30-9/4, while supplies last. Buoyant Bob and Vivid Vaporizers offer valid 9/1-9/4, while supplies last. Missouri’s Own Edibles offer valid 9/1-9/4, while supplies last. No rainchecks or substitutions. Not combinable with everyday discounts. Exclusions may apply, see budtender for details. Medical decisions should not be made based on advertising. Consult a physician on the benefits and risks of particular medical marijuana products.