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Access a wider selection of medical cannabis and save up to 39% on Illinois cannabis taxes. Learn what you need to do to get a medical cannabis card.
We made history as Chicago’s first cannabis dispensary. Read more about our how we’ve grown over the years, our philosophy on cannabis and what makes us the best dispensary in Chicago.
We donate 1% of our medical cannabis sales to patients in financial need through our Cannabis Compassion Program. We believe cost should not prevent people from accessing medical cannabis. You can apply for six months of free cannabis assistance!
We created a comprehensive library of all the cannabis products that have hit our shelves since opening the first dispensary in Chicago. Read-up on Illinois cannabis history and review your favorite strains and cannabis products.
Dispensary 33 aspires to be a good neighbor and conscientious ally to the community. Learn more about our community impact, collaborations and efforts as leaders in Illinois’ cannabis industry.
Shortly after 6 a.m. Wednesday, Renzo Mejia walked into Chicago’s Dispensary 33 and, after perusing a menu, bought an eighth of an ounce of Motorbreath OG.
With that, the West Loop resident made the first legal purchase of recreational marijuana in Illinois history.
As soon as the order processed, a cheer permeated through the small showroom floor and employees and customers embraced.
- Tom Schuba, Chicago Sun Times
Head to this gorgeous spot in Chicago for wide windows, white brick, hexagonal cases and plenty of light wood. Stay for the line-drawn murals that celebrate the beauty of cannabis.
- Megan Barber, Curbed
Unlike many cannabis shops, D33 displays all of its marijuana goods to its customers, allowing patients to personally inspect their meds. With a large menu of flowers, extracts, edibles and topicals, this dispensary has consistently gone above and beyond to help the state’s medical marijuana patients safely and affordably access their medicine.
- High Times