Good news for Dime Bags lovers in Seattle! Not only are there tons of nearby shops that carry Dime Bags products in stock, but recreational cannabis smoking is actually legal! (Granted you’re 21 or older, anyway…) In Washington, our Dime Bags are less about stealth and more about protection and convenience. Check out where to buy Dime Bags in Seattle:
Pipe Palace – 1501 Pike Place #404 LL, Seattle, WA 98101
Described as a “funky little shop,” Pipe Palace carries all your smoking accessories and more. From papers and topical creams to collectibles and incense, this shop always has an awesome selection. It’s actually one of the oldest head shops in Seattle, established way back in 1969.
Holy Smokes Patient Care – 1556 East Olive Way, Seattle, WA 98102
We love the name of this place for sure, but what’s even cooler is that everything is decently priced and there’s a relaxed vibe all around. Not only do they have excellent customer service, but this small shop is full of treasures – including rare and functional glass art.
Seattle Cigar & Tobacco – 414 Broadway Ave. E., Seattle, WA 98102
Seattle Cigar & Tobacco really seem to put the customers first. Their staff offers great service, and they know which questions to ask so they can make informed recommendations on the best products for you. They’ve got selection, they’ve got quality, and they’ve got Dime Bags. What more could you ask for?
Piece of Mind – 315 N. 36th St, Seattle, WA 98103
Piece of Mind is cool because it’s got tons of locations, especially in Washington and along the West Coast. They’ve got all the heady collectibles, apparel, jewelry, and every smoking accessory you could dream of. The first location opened back in 1997, and they’ve been growing ever since.
As you might have heard, the state of Washington legalized weed back in 2012 through Initiative 502 “on marijuana reform.” But keep in mind that there are some rules to the law. For starters, you can’t sell the stuff to minors or cross state lines with it. You also can’t toke in public or take weed onto federal land, so if you were planning on getting stoned in Cascada National Park, well… we’re not going to tell you what to do, but be careful and know the laws!