FAQs About Our Chicopee, MA Dispensary
Adults over the age of 21 may purchase from our Recreational menu, which is now available for order ahead. Adults 18 or older who are registered Massachusetts Medical Marijuana Patients and registered Caregivers 21 or older can legally purchase medicinal marijuana. Absolutely no one under the age of 21 (unless stated above for medical patients) will be allowed to enter the dispensary, including babies and infants.
Great news: both recreational and medicinal marijuana are legal in Chicopee, as well as the rest of Massachusetts. In order to stay within the confines of the law, it’s important to be aware of how much cannabis you can have at one time, how to properly transport cannabis, and where you’re allowed to use cannabis products in Massachusetts.
You’re permitted to have up to an ounce of weed with you at any time. If you have more than one ounce of weed (outside of your primary residence, where you’re allowed to possess up to 10 ounces), you’re at risk of getting fined up to $500, or being sentenced to up to six months in prison.
As far as where you’re permitted to smoke weed in Massachusetts, the law is straightforward—you can’t smoke anywhere that you can’t also smoke tobacco.
Mass Alternative Care now accepts debit cards as well as cash. Our facility also has two ATMs on site. At this time, credit cards are not accepted forms of payment. Please ask an associate for all all details when using a debit card in-store.
Yes you can visit MAC, however, out of state medical cards are not accepted in the State of Massachusetts for purchase of medical marijuana. Without a MA medical card, all purchases will be recreational purchases.
The State of Massachusetts does not allow any discounts on recreational marijuana products. On the medical side, discounts and promotions are allowed to our medical marijuana patients. For more information about MAC’s discounts, visit here.
Masks are required for all employees, patients, and customers (unless not possible due to a medical condition).
Hand sanitizer is placed at the entrance of the dispensary and throughout the dispensary for customers, patients, and employees to use.
Frequent hand sanitizing/washing is required for all employees. Partitions are installed at all registers. Full store sanitization will take place every 30 minutes, and will include highcontact areas/surfaces, ATMs, and debit machines.
We have reduced store capacity to 40%, including employees and customers. Lines have distancing markers spaced six feet apart, both outside and in-store, to ensure social distancing.
Digital menus are available to ensure patient and customer safety.
We encourage all customers and employees to stay home if they are sick or experiencing any potential COVID-19 symptoms.
Under Massachusetts Service Animal Law and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), service animals are allowed to accompany their handlers in the dispensary. Emotional Support Animals (ESA) are not permitted to enter the dispensary.
While it’s perfectly legal to purchase marijuana and other cannabis products in Massachusetts, it’s important that you keep your purchases within state lines. Carrying cannabis to another state—even if weed is also legal in that state—is a federal crime.
Adults may possess up to 1oz of flower, or 5 grams of concentrate, or 500mg of edibles on them at a time. MAC places internal limits on certain products due to the demand. Internal limits allow for increased access among many consumers rather than a select few. Up to date limits can be found on our Adult Use Menu.
Yes you can! MAC accepts state IDs, driver licenses, passports, or military IDs. All forms of identification must not be expired, unless you expired after 3/1/2020 and your state has extended ID expiration dates due to COVID.
Adult users and medical patients need to bring a valid form of state issued identification and a mask to enter the facility.