Best Dispensary Seattle, Dockside, Announces Competetive Rewards Program

Dockside, Seattle Dispensary has revealed an impressive rewards program for members and patrons of their business. The program is currently one of the best dispensary rewards program in Seattle.

Seattle, United States - July 16, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Seattle, Washington- The ballard neighborhood in Seattle is home to many cannabis dispensaries which gives locals a choice when it comes to selecting where they acquire their legal cannabis, however most patrons make the decision on which dispensary to visit based on the rewards program the business offers.

This is where Dockside Cannabis best dispensary in seattle comes in. The business currently offers the best rewards program you will find in the Ballard neighborhood and in all of Seattle, (the currently have 4 dispensaries in the area). Inside Dockside Cannabis, located at 4601 Leary Way, NW, folks will be greeted by a clean and modern interior complete with wooden shelves and clear glass casing so all of their products a visible to their customers. One of the best dispensaries in Seattle, Dockside cannabis believes their success is due to their incredible, hand curated selection and variety of products, their stellar customer service and welcoming atmosphere as well as their first class rewards program, which their customers are saying is the best in the business.

The team at Dockside cannabis says the rewards program is super user friendly and had this to say about the ease of signing up, “we wanted to make it really simple and easy for our customers to sign up and receive rewards points when then buy their cannabis products through us. We know there are many options available in the Ballard area for dispensaries and we want to thank folks for choosing us, which is why we offer one of the best rewards programs of any dispensary in Seattle. When folks come in, they simply provide their phone number to our budtender at the time of their purchase and a link to their wallet is sent to their phone. Every dollar spend gets them one reward point, just like that! Our customers save up their reward points and chose when they redeem them for special members-only rewards.”

Dockside Cannabis dispensary in Ballard also says patrons will receive a discount just for signing up. A text is sent for 20% off their next visit, once registration is complete.

This registration process will also automatically sign folks up to receive occasional texts from Dockside about weekly promotions, flash sales, and events. If they don’t want to find out about the awesome deals at Dockside’s deals, they may opt out of the text subscription at any time without compromising any of the other member benefits.

More information on the rewards program at Dockside Cannabis Dispensary in Seattle can be found by visiting

The business can be reached at 206-531-0156

They are located at 4601 NW Leary Way, Seattle, WA 98107

Contact Info:
Name: Teri Bauer
Email: Send Email
Organization: Dockside Cannabis
Address: 4601 Leary Way NW, Seattle, Washington 98107, United States
Phone: +1-206-531-0156

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88896704

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