Let’s break down into separate quantities, and list out how much you can expect to pay for each:
Generally, the smallest amount you can buy loose, a gram will cost anywhere from $8 to $20.
While it was named during the black market days, and eighth is still an eighth because it’s just that – 1/8th of an ounce. Traditionally, these were also called “forties” as they usually cost $40, but these days they can cost as low as $35 and as much as $60.
Experienced stoners will call 2 grams a “twenty” out of habit due to old black market prices, but that number no longer has much meaning. 2 grams will run you between $16 and $40.
A quarter of an ounce brings us into bulk price territory, and can range anywhere from $60 to $150, depending on quality.
The cost of a pre-roll depends on the quantity and quality of the bud going in it, but for a joint, you can usually expect to pay between $3 and $7, or maybe $10 to $15 for really high-end stuff. Blunt are significantly larger, so they tend to start out at around $25 and can run up to $50 or even more.
Ounces are essentially the base measurement for weed. Everything is broken down from that amount. They tend to be around $230 to $240, though they can dip as low as $200 and shoot upwards of $300.
The answer to this question can vary greatly depending on where you happen to live. But for all practical purposes, we can give you a general idea.
Marijuana prices can vary from state to state (and even city to city). From grams to ounces, check out this list to get a general idea of how much weed cost and what terms to use doing purchase.