# Marijuana Quantity Price Breaks

Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by pirata, May 28, 2009.

1. In my city the street price is 10 a gram but at what point would someone get a price reduction if buying more grams?

Thanks

2. it depends, but most likely at an eighth

3. Around here it's about 10 a g. But once I get a 1/8 price starts droping

4. once you buy 1/8, some dealers give deals like two dubs for 30, 6 dimes for 50 etc.

5. Thanks guys.

6. 200 an oz, 600 a qp

saves 200.

7. A rough pricing schedule in the northwest is generally 10 dollars and some change per gram (seeing as how most dub's get weighed around 1.8 grams). Price breaks usually take place at around a quarter. Eighths up here actually run higher than a dub since they are weighed out at 3.5.

So price breaks most traditionally take place at quarters and up. Namely around 60-65 per quarter.

8. I don't know how it works in the US, but I'm pretty sure (Correct me if I'm wrong) that the price reductions, when buying under a large amount (Under a pound) are simply due to the bag weights being included in the total weight.

What I mean by that is, the average Â£20 where I live is:
3.5 Grams = 3.0 Grams Weed, 0.5 Gram Bag

And for Â£160 you get:
28 Grams = 27 Grams Weed, 1 Gram Bag

27/3 = 9, so you get 9x20 from it, meaning you make Â£20 profit if you sell it, plus profit on any discount your dealer gives you.

9. I can tell you up that where I'm from in the U.S. if I found out my dealer was factoring in bag weight, I would never ever buy from that person again.

I've never met a dealer or had a transaction with one where the bag weight helped determine anything.

10. Yeah, never heard of a bag being considered part of the weight. That's just called being shorted a half gram on the 1/8 and a gram on the zip.

11. wtf ur dealer is pullin some schemes on u. I remember when i was 14. an oz is 28.3 grams type it in on google if you dont believe.

12. No shit. For the sake of making it easy, we're settled on taking the markets idea of an ounce at 28 grams. But measuring something out at 27 grams and factoring in a 1 gram bag weight is mind boggling.

13. 10 a gram=30/8th=50-60 quarter
15g=45/8th=75-90q
20/g=60/8th=100-120q

no personal experience buying in higher quantities, although I might have to start seeing if my guy will do good prices on halves.

14. Here for dank it's:

60 an eigth
110 for a quarter
200 for half
and like 300-350 for ounce.

15. Damn those are some steep prices.

The most I've ever paid for a ounce of fire was 300. And that was during drought season.

I've only heard of prices like that out in the mid-west (Oklahoma) more specifically.

16. Philly prices aren't much better... (than Illad3lph's)

Fcking Pennsylvania.