Arizona’s largest marijuana dispensary to offer shuttle service from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport

Apr 19, 2022, 12:00 PM

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PHOENIX — People flying into Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport will soon be able to get a free ride to Arizona’s largest marijuana dispensary.

Mint Cannabis will debut its complimentary shuttle service from the airport’s two terminals to its flagship location in Guadalupe on Wednesday, the company announced in a press release.

Those 21 years of age and older can make reservations for the shuttle online.

“National Cannabis Day gives us the opportunity to celebrate how much our industry has evolved and grown,” CEO Eivan Shahara said in the release.

“It’s also a great day to make history by delivering more innovation and excitement, while also finding ways to thank our patients, customers, visitors and the community at large for their support.”

Mint will also offer a second shuttle, named the #710, that will do free pick-ups from various Valley resorts, special events, conventions, health and wellness facilities, and senior living communities.

The shuttle will drop people off at any of the dispensary’s three metro Phoenix locations from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.

Reservations for the service can also be made online.

The shuttle launch is part of a full lineup of Wednesday events at Mint.

The dispensary will host a live DJ, offer free uninfused food and a chance to win a three-day trip for two to Las Vegas with accommodation at the ARIA Resort & Casino.

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Arizona’s largest marijuana dispensary to offer shuttle service from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport