FAQ HUB

Common Questions

EXTENDED HOLIDAY HOURS FROM NOVEMBER 24TH to DECEMBER 31st

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

10 AM to 9 PM

  • 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.

Identification

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

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.

Transportation

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.

Becoming a Medical Marijuana Patient

Great question! We have put together some easy step-by-step instructions which should help guide you through the steps of becoming a medical marijuana patient here in Massachusetts.

LEARN HOW TO BECOME A PATIENT

Here, you will find a list of medical marijuana specialists, working in Massachusetts. We would be happy to provide educational information on the use of medical marijuana to your physician as well.

A medical marijuana license will provide access to higher doses of medical marijuana products to treat a range of medical conditions. Medical marijuana patients are not charged the additional 20 percent sales tax and will receive a variety of discounts, promotions, and specials that won’t be available to recreational marijuana customers. They will also be given priority access to the dispensary (at co-located facilities). If you are interested in becoming a medical marijuana patient, you can learn more here.

Discounts

Yes, all first time patients receive a “one-time” 20% off of their first medicated purchase at CommCan. This First Time Patient discount is combinable and stackable with weekly deals.

We offer First Time Patients 20% off their entire medicated purchase. A voucher for up to $200 in savings to patients who have recently renewed or just received their initial state registration. A financial hardship discount of 10% off for patients with verified financial hardship (includes recipients of MassHealth, SSI, SNAP/EBT ). Proof of hardship is required.. We are proud to offer Veterans of the Armed Services a discount of 15% off all marijuana products, and offer 40% off to 100% Disabled Veterans who provide proof of eligibility. A discount to Pediatric Patients of 15% off all marijuana products, and We offer discounts to Seniors 65+ 10% off all marijuana products.

Patients who have recently renewed or just received their initial state registration are eligible for a voucher up to $200 in savings. The voucher is 4x $50.00 off a $100.00 or more purchase voucher good for 4 separate visits to be used within 60 days of the first voucher usage.   

In order to be compliant with the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission, CommCan requires verification, including one of the following documents, in order to obtain a hardship discount:

Official MassHealth acceptance letter for the current year or official MassHealth redetermination letter for the current year (we do not accept MassHealth Managed Care or official MassHealth cards)

SSI benefit verification letter for the current year (Social Security Disability Insurance benefit does not qualify)

State or federal tax return from this year or last year, including all attachments; or

SNAP Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) statement from the current year (submitting your Department of Transitional Assistance card is insufficient documentation for a fee waiver approval).

Products and Purchasing

Massachusetts law allows a qualifying patient to possess up to a 60-day supply of cannabis for his or her personal, medical use. Current regulations define a 60-day supply of cannabis medicine as up to 10 ounces (except in limited circumstances). Please note that limits may be put in place due to extreme demand on certain products. Please view our menu for further information.

We can check your current allotment at our dispensaries. To check your current allotment, visit here to log into your Mass CIP account.

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.

Visiting CommCan

If you’re planning to visit our Millis or Rehoboth dispensaries and you’re 21 years of age or older, you’re welcome to come in as a recreational customer. However, please note that we cannot accept out-of-state medical marijuana cards because it’s not permitted by Massachusetts state law.

You don’t need to schedule an appointment in advance to visit any of our dispensary locations. We do, however, offer the convenience of online pre-orders through our menu for those who wish to plan their visit ahead of time.

Medical patients enjoy a separate queue with dedicated sales registers and priority access, so your wait will be alongside fellow medical patients, not recreational guests. However, please keep in mind that while we prioritize your experience, occasional waits may still occur.

Common Questions

EXTENDED HOLIDAY HOURS FROM NOVEMBER 24TH to DECEMBER 31st

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

10 AM to 9 PM

  • Millis ( Recreational & Medical ) : 10 AM to 8 PM [ 7 days a week ]
  • Rehoboth ( Recreational & Medical ) : 10 AM to 8 PM [ 7 days a week ]

Our Millis and Rehoboth dispensaries are open for adult use marijuana sales.

If you’re visiting any of our dispensary locations as a medical marijuana patient or caregiver, please make sure to bring your medical marijuana patient or caregiver identification card along with a valid government-issued photo ID like a driver’s license, passport, state ID, or military ID.

For recreational customers visiting our dispensary locations, you’ll need to present a valid government-issued photo ID such as a driver’s license, passport, state ID, or military ID. It’s important to note that you must be 21 years of age or older to purchase cannabis from us.

Please be aware that temporary Massachusetts Paper IDs are not accepted as valid identification.

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.

No, unfortunately, insurance does not cover medical marijuana or marijuana-infused products. Commcan does have a reduced-cost program to assist patients with a demonstrated financial hardship. 

We cultivate and process all of our medical and recreational cannabis and cannabis-infused products at our state of the art facility in Medway, Massachusetts ( 2 Marc Road, Medway, Massachusetts ).

At CommCan, each and every batch of medical and adult use cannabis and cannabis-infused products are independently lab tested here in Massachusetts for mold, bacteria, heavy metals, and pesticides to ensure that our cannabis products are pure, clean and safe. 

CommCan is 100% family owned and operated by native Massachusetts residents without any outside consultants, investors or management companies which is why when we say “MADE IN MASSACHUSETTS” – we mean it. We are dedicated to bringing world-class cannabis products to Massachusetts, CommCan is the Commonwealth’s true “home-grown” cannabis company.