I always shop the sales at the grocery and department stores. When rewards points cards first started showing up at stores in my city, I was a quick and early adherent. I loved watching as my normal grocery items would generate weekly savings by tens of dollars each trip. Sometimes you’d get a voucher to have $20 taken off a future purchase, or access to special coupons not available to regular customers. The one common factor among them all were rewards points. You’d keep accruing new points with every purchase, while each store had its own system in place in which you could apply those points to get huge savings when meeting certain thresholds. I love how the local cannabis dispensaries have mostly all adopted similar rewards programs of their own. You make so many purchases before you get $25 or $50 coupons on future cannabis purchases. They also have sales programs each week where something different is on sale each day of the week. They might have half-off tincture Tuesday, or free-joint Friday. It makes affording marijuana products much easier than it ever was in the past. I won’t go every day of the week, but I’ll wait for sales of my favorite cannabis products before returning to make new purchases. I like getting lots of money off cannabis delivery orders in particular, because there’s usually a $20 delivery fee on top of the costs of your cannabis products. Since I prefer utilizing the cannabis delivery service now, I make sure that I order enough products at once so I can generate coupons for the following order, and then I repeat the cycle.