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From BOGO offers to huge discounts, stoners can ring in the cannabis oil holiday with great deals around the Valley.

By Cassie Brucci

July 1, 2024

Celebrate 710 Day in the Valley with these weed deals (1)

On 710 Day, Zen Leaf is offering a variety of buy-one-get-one-free deals.Katya Schwenk

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Weed is so big these days, it gets two holidays.

At this point, even non-stoners know about 420. But now we’re approaching the second major date on the cannabis calendar — July 10, or 7/10.

For the uninitiated, just plug “710” into your phone calculator and turn it upside-down. Voila, it says “OIL,” and that’s exactly what 710 Day highlights. It’s the day to partake in cannabis oil products like dabs and concentrates. The holiday is hardly 420, but as legal weed has become big business, the popularity of 710 has only grown.

Across the Valley, dispensaries will celebrate the occasion by offering various discounts and buy-one-get-one-free deals on oil-based products, some on July 10 only and others throughout the entire week.

If you’re not big on oil products, you’re in luck. Many dispensaries will have specials across categories, so however you get high, you’re likely to get a great deal.

Here are some of the best 710 Day deals in the Phoenix area.

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Mint Cannabis is offering several deals on 710 Day.

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Mint Cannabis

Mint is celebrating 710 Day over three days with a plethora of deals.

On July 10, Mint has BOGO deals on World’s THC Factory (WTF) All-In-One vapes and Jeeter infused pre-rolls. Additionally, the first 200 customers to buy any The Pharm or Dusties product will receive a free Diamond Dusties pre-roll.

There’s also a “Beat the Heat” pre-roll special taking place all of July. When the temperature at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport reaches 110 degrees, customers who spend $10 get a free Mint pre-roll.

Mint has dispensaries in Phoenix, Tempe and Mesa.

Sunday Goods

In collaboration with Grow Sciences, Sunday Goods is launching a limited-edition live hash rosin cold cure on July 10. The rosin comes in two strains, GMO and Royal Wedding, and will be priced at one for $40, two for $70, and three for $95.

Sunday Goods will also have exclusive 710 Day specials on Session live resin All-In-One vapes and distillate cartridges, Dusties infused pre-roll jars and Diamond Dusties infused pre-roll jars.

Each purchase includes a free Diamond Dusties single pre-roll. All cartridge purchases include a free Sunday Goods battery.

Sunday Goods has locations in Phoenix and Tempe.

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Story Cannabis is offering 50% off everything -- including its Fade Co. brand -- on 710 Day.

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Story Cannabis

Story Cannabis is offering 50% off everything, though some exclusions apply. The sale is open to both recreational and medical marijuana buyers.

Story Cannabis has over a dozen locations in Arizona, with six in the greater Phoenix metroplex and a seventh coming soon.

Locations can be found in Phoenix, Glendale, Chandler and Tolleson.

The Giving Tree

For its in-house products, The Giving Tree is offering BOGO deals on concentrates, All-In-One vapes and 510 cartridges. Additional deals include BOGO on Abstrakt cartridges and Bits edibles, plus 20% off Select cartridges with a free battery thrown in.

Giving Tree is located at 701 W. Union Hills Drive in Phoenix. For more information, call 623-242-9080.

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On 710 Day, Zen Leaf is offering a variety of buy-one-get-one-free deals.

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Zen Leaf

Leading up to 710 Day, Zen Leaf will have BOGO deals on a variety of cartridges and All-In-One vapes on July 8 and July 9.

On July 10, Zen Leaf will run BOGO deals on Hi-Klas vapes and extracts, Dime vapes and Canamo products, with additional deals on select items.

Zen Leaf has locations in Phoenix, Mesa and Chandler.


The Flower Shop

The Flower Shop is offering BOGO deals on many of its in-house items, like Ladylike and High Variety vapes and The Flower Shop concentrates.

Additional deals may be available for third-party brands. Flower Shop locations can be found in Phoenix, Mesa and Ahwatukee.

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Curaleaf will ring in 710 Day by debuting a new Pineapple Upside Down Cake flavor of Select vapes.

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Curaleaf

In partnership with Select, Curaleaf will debut a new Briq All-In-One vape: Pineapple Upside Down Cake. Inspired by Pineapple Express strains, the flavor is exclusive to Curaleaf. On July 10, this product will be available at a special promotional price of 2 for $50.

There are additional BOGO deals on select products from STIIIZY and Grow Sciences, plus discounts on certain cured concentrates.

Curaleaf has locations in Phoenix, Gilbert, Glendale, Peoria, Queen Creek and Scottsdale.

SOL Flower

All SOL Flower locations are offering storewide BOGO deals. The Sun City location will offer wellness classes throughout the day, ranging from chair yoga to Reiki. To participate, register in advance on the Sol Flower website.

In addition to Sun City, SOL Flower has locations in Phoenix, Tempe and Scottsdale.

Marigold Dispensary

All products from Aeriz’s concentrate line will be 50% off. This includes live hash rosin, vapes and live resin products. Additional deals may be available on other brands.

Marigold is located at 2601 W. Dunlap Avenue in Phoenix. For more information, call 602-900-4557.

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Celebrate 710 Day in the Valley with these weed deals (2024)

FAQs

What does 710 mean in weed? ›

In today's dabbing world, 710 refers to “oil,” and July 10th is known as “OIL Day” If you look at the number upside down written out or on a calculator, you can make out the word oil, as in cannabis concentrates or dabs, the potent and long-lasting cannabinoid and terpene extracts.

What is 7 10 celebrated for weed? ›

710 Day, also referred to as Dab Day, is the cannabis holiday celebrated on July 10th every year. It is the third-biggest marijuana holiday after 4/20 and Green Wednesday. But what's 710 Day meant for? The 710 weed holiday is for cannabis consumers to celebrate cannabis concentrates and oils.

Why is 710 a weed holiday? ›

The 420 holiday is known as a smokers day, but this is when most people celebrate cannabis culture and history. The 710 holiday, or Dab Day, gets its name and purpose from a cultural codename for all things weed concentrate. That's right. 710 is OIL.

What is the meaning of Happy 710? ›

710, or 7/10, is considered a “stoner” holiday for consuming cannabis oil products, dabs, or concentrates. The term 710 rotated upside down spells OIL, a word used to describe highly potent cannabis products such as hash oil, shatter, wax, and so on. The holiday occurs on July 10th — 7/10, written numerically.

Is 710 the same as 420? ›

710 refers to the 10th of July, in the same way that 420 refers to the 20th of April. This date was chosen for the simple fact that 710 looks like the word "oil" upside down.

What is 710 in smoking? ›

Much like 420, 710 is a code term used to represent smoking cannabis oil. Although the origin of 710 remains a mystery, the term has come to represent a niche of cannabis users – dabbers. The number 710 upside down spells out oil.

What does 710 mean for drugs? ›

What does “710” mean? Used to refer to cannabis oil, "710" is the upside-down, mirror image of "OIL.” Similar to 420, it can be used to refer to the time 7:10, the date 7/10, being cannabis friendly, or smoking cannabis oil/concentrate specifically.

Why is 420 a smokers day? ›

One of the Waldo members, Dave Reddix, later got work as a roadie for the Grateful Dead, and the band helped to popularize the term, he told Time. Specifically, a flyer distributed by a group of Oakland Deadheads in December 1990 inviting people to smoke on April 20 at 4:20 p.m. did the trick.

What is a 710 vape? ›

Growing in popularity, 710 is a celebration of concentrates, or oils, made from the plant and their unique benefits compared to other forms of cannabis consumption. 710 is derived from the word “OIL” flipped upside down. Started among industry cannasseurs, it's spreading across the culture as a new day in cannabis.

Why is it called 710 day? ›

710, or 7/10, is widely considered to be a holiday for consuming cannabis oil products, including dabs and concentrates. If you turn 710 upside down it spells OIL, a word that's used to describe cannabis products that are highly potent (hash oil, shatter, wax, resin, etc.) 710 day occurs annually on July 10th, or 7/10.

What is 420 710 slang for? ›

It means they use or support the use of marijuana. 420 Friendly. This is a way to express the acceptance of smoking pot or accepting somone who does so, without overtly mentioning pot or marijuana. 710 Friendly is slang for hash oil friendly because of the word 710 resembles, as it spells Oil when flipped upside down.

What day is 710 on? ›

This day is celebrated on the 10th of every July. The reason? Because when you look at the date (710) upside down, it spells “oil.” Cannabis concentrate products, including extracts sometimes referred to as dabs, are widely consumed today.

What does 710 stand for? ›

A code term used to represent smoking cannabis oil or extracts, as “710” is OIL upside down (it's easily seen on the digits of a calculator).

What does 710 mean in texting? ›

July 10th, aptly dubbed “710” (or 7/10), is a cannabis holiday that, at its core, is a day for marijuana users to celebrate cannabis oil and concentrates.

What is 710 upside down? ›

You may have guessed by now that 710 isn't just a random set of digits. Flip '710' upside down and you get 'OIL. ' The term 710 refers to oils, extracts, and concentrates in cannabis culture. It's essentially a call to arms for all concentrate enthusiasts, a day for the dabbers, if you will.

Is 710 the new 420? ›

710 IS THE NEW 420

Well, as silly as it may sound, it's because 710, when written on paper and flipped upside down, looks like "OIL". Oil, as we mentioned before, is one of the most popular names for cannabis concentrates.

Why is 710 the number for dabs? ›

The date 7/10 became known as “OIL” Day, because when you turn the numbers upside down, it looks like the word oil. This is a reference to butane hash oil, or dab oil, which is a cannabis-derived product which contains THC.

What does 510 mean weed? ›

510 vapes are generally used for consuming botanical concentrates like oils, distillate or resin. The vapes consist of two components, the cartridge and the battery, and connect via a screw thread. 510 is the technical term for the connecting thread style.

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