420 Bank Palm Springs marijuana dispensary is a legal operation that is licensed (C10-0000631-LIC) to sell marijuana and cbd products in Palm Springs California. The shop serves customers throughout the Inland Empire. 420 Bank Palm Springs has an experienced and knowledgeable staff that can answer all of your questions. They have a full menu consisting of top-shelf marijuana flower, concentrates, vapes, edibles, topicals, cbd, drinks, and more. 420 Bank Palm Springs Santa Ana is located at 296 Palm Canyon S Palm Springs, CA 92262.
420 Bank Palm Springs providers customers with a safe and clean dispensary that is monitored by security cameras and licensed security guards at all times. They sell legal marijuana products during operating hours only. All customers are required by law to show proof of identification (and possibly a medical marijuana recommendation) on each and every visit. A valid drivers license, state ID and/or a valid passport will be accepted.
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The 420 Bank Palm Springs dispensary is a licensed California marijuana retail operation and only sells legal thc and cbd products from licensed California brands provided by licensed California cannabis distributors. No exceptions are made. Every product sold by 420 Bank Palm Springs meets packaging and labeling requirements mandated for all marijuana products by the Bureau of Cannabis Control.
The state of California does not allow a marijuana dispensary to resell returned items. 420 Bank Palm Springs may allow you to return a product within a certain period of time if it is defective. If you have a product you would like to return call 420 Bank Palm Springs at 760-318-6877 and ask to speak to a manager. All products sold by 420 Bank Palm Springs come in a child-proof package and may also be placed in a child-proof exit bag.
As required, 420 Bank Palm Springs marijuana dispensary keeps all personal and business records on file for up to seven years and will make them available to the Bureau of Cannabis Control or state or local law enforcement agencies if required to do so.