Lantern Offers Cannabis Delivery to the Ann Arbor Area

. July 17, 2020.
Stock photo courtesy of Anna Shvets

The Ann Arbor area is now able to have scheduled and on-demand cannabis delivery through cannabis marketplace and on-demand delivery service, Lantern.

This new service is now available in Detroit, Grand Rapids, Battle Creek, and Ann Arbor. Lantern brings online ordering and on-demand delivery of recreational and medical cannabis to customers who are 21 years of age or older, as well as certified medical cannabis patients. Deliveries played through Lantern will be transacted and delivered by 3Fifteen, Michigan’s largest in-state owned and operated cannabis group. 

Lantern’s expansion into Michigan was preceded by its successful medical launch in Massachusetts earlier this year. The platform is intuitive and helps customers and patients discover product options that are best suited for their needs. 

Customers can create a lantern account by visiting and following the queued instructions. All deliveries are handled by trained dispensary personnel from 3Fifteen, who will accept debit cards and cash. A photo ID is required at the point of delivery. Customers who are ordering medicinal will need to provide their state-issued medical cannabis identification number when creating an account. You will also be required to show their state-issued medical marijuana card.

“We’re proud to launch on-demand cannabis delivery here in Michigan with Lantern, bringing our current delivery customers a more seamless, convenient shopping and delivery experience, along with fresh opportunities for new customers to discover us,” said Tommy Nafso, General Counsel of 3Fifteen. “Lantern’s intuitive digital experience and advanced technology enables us to clearly display our entire high-quality inventory, and to showcase products based on our customers’ self-identified preferences and needs.”
Visit Lantern’s website to schedule your next cannabis order!


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