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Colorado Dispensaries May Discount Cannabis on Sept. 16 Tax Holiday

You’ve already read the news that Colorado will repeal sales taxes on marijuana for one day only — on Sept. 16 — because of a quirk in the state’s constitution.

But what does that mean for the customer? Will they save money at the register? And how long will it take some of these businesses to adopt Sept. 16, 2015 as their own holiday of sorts with additional discounts and promotions?

Big weed sales are already in the pipeline, multiple shops confirmed this week to The Cannabist, and customers will soon be wading through the discounts and promotions — just like they were on Black Friday in 2014. [Read more at The Cannabist at The Denver Post]

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