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There is an app for everything.

Best Buds is a free local Denver service that make the best weed and best deals accessible to those who can legally purchase it. The app combines the marijuana legalization green rush with the ever-growing mobile application industry into one product available on both iPhone and Android devices.

Not only can it find the best deal, give dispensary hours information, and directions to the dispensary, but you also can collect rewards. There is a digital punch card that can be used at any participating dispensary. Scan the code with your phone at the register and take a step towards rewards.

According to Co-Founder Ronnie Wagman, "Over 20 dispensaries and 2,000+ users are already using the service in the Denver area." Even more impressive is that according to Wagman, "nearly all early adoption has come through word-of-mouth exposure."

Just don't think it would work as well to find the best crabcake deal in Baltimore.

Demonstration Video
Download on iTunes
Download on Android
Or visit BestBudsApp.com

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