- Millis Dispensary : 1525 Main Street, Millis, MA
- Rehoboth Dispensary : 150 Barney Avenue, Rehoboth, MA 02769
Our Millis, Rehoboth dispensary locations are currently open for both Medical and Recreational Sales, and our Mansfield location is planned to offer both in 2024.
We do not allow infants, children or any individuals into the dispensary who are under the age of 21 (unless they are a medical patient).
CommCan accepts cash and debit cards. Debit cards are processed as an ATM withdrawal and a $3.50 ATM Fee is charged along with any bank out-of-network ATM fees. We do not accept credit cards or Apple Pay. We do not accept Cannapay or Dutchie Pay.
You need a government-issued ID for age validation. Acceptable forms of ID to purchase recreational marijuana include a driver’s license, Passport, State ID card, or military ID. Please note that we cannot accept expired forms of identification for legal marijuana sales. You must be 21+ years of age to purchase recreational marijuana. We do not accept Massachusetts Temporary Paper IDs.
You do NOT need a medical marijuana card at our Millis or Rehoboth dispensaries to purchase marijuana for recreational use. You will only need a valid license that verifies that you are 21+ years of age. However, if you would like to become a MA medical marijuana patient, you can learn more about doing so here.
Products & Purchasing
Yes, you can purchase adult use marijuana at our dispensary in Millis and Rehoboth with a government-issued ID that verifies you are 21 or older. Valid forms of identification include driver’s licenses, passports, or military IDs. Please remember that all products purchased in Massachusetts are only legal in Massachusetts.
Recreational guests may legally purchase up to 1 ounce of marijuana flower or 5 grams of marijuana concentrate per day; marijuana edibles amounts will be contingent based on potency as part of the 1-ounce limit. Please note that additional limits may be put in place due to extreme demand.
Adult use cannabis products range in strengths and dosages. Everyone responds differently to cannabis as there is no consistent measurement of effects. We encourage all new guests to start low and go slow to learn how it affects them and to become familiar with their consumption limits. Don’t be shy asking for help at the dispensary.
Consistent with alcohol, MA will not allow any discounts on our adult use cannabis products. However, on the medical side, we will continue to provide discounts and promotions to our medical cannabis patients.
No, we also take debit cards as an alternate form of payment. We do not accept credit cards or Apple Pay. We do not accept Cannapay or Dutchie Pay.
Consumption of adult use cannabis may only occur in privately designated areas where smoking and/or vaping is allowed. If you’d like to visit a consumption lounge, there is currently one in operation called The Summit Lounge which is located in Worcester, Massachusetts. Membership is required to enter The Summit Lounge, to learn more information visit here.
No, it is prohibited.
Transporting adult use cannabis is similar to transporting alcohol wherein you cannot have an open container of recreational cannabis or cannabis products in the passenger area. An “open container” is defined as having a package with a broken seal or a package from which contents have been partially removed. While traveling with cannabis, keep your cannabis products unopened and stowed in your glove compartment or trunk.
Cannabis is still federally illegal in the United States. State borders fall under federal jurisdiction so crossing state lines with your purchase is a federal offense. While traveling in Massachusetts, keep your medicated products unopened and stowed in your glove compartment or trunk.