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This Canadian Cannabis Retailer Is Now Offering Delivery From 4 New Locations In Toronto

They’re also offering 20% off through their Spark Perks loyalty program.
This Canadian Cannabis Retailer Is Now Offering Delivery From 4 New Locations In Toronto

While Toronto may have gone into a temporary lockdown, many local businesses are still finding ways to serve customers safely. This includes Canada's Cannabis Shop Fire & Flower, which has opened up four new locations that offer curbside pickup and free same-day delivery.

These four new shops are located around the GTA to give Torontonians access to pick up or get products dropped off. They've opened up stores in Parkdale (4 Brock Ave.), the Annex (480 Bloor St. W), Yonge & Gerard (378 Yonge St.), and Jane Street (1542 Jane St.).

Fire & Flower wants to continue safely serving their customers in Peel Region and Toronto. Keeping their customers as their top priority, all four of these new store locations offer free same-day delivery and curbside pickup.

Fire & Flower

Considering themselves as a different kind of cannabis store, Fire & Flower is known as Canada's cannabis shop. They sell a wide variety of cannabis products, such as accessories, and, of course, the cannabis itself.

The Cannistas at Fire & Flower handpick each strain and accessory to optimize the customer's experience. They ensure a customer-first approach and have developed a reputation for having the most knowledgeable and friendly staff.

Fire & Flower prides itself on having accessible teams that are ready to educate newcomers and experienced cannabis users alike. They've even got a blog on their website that's regularly updated with news and educational articles.

Aside from being known as Canada's cannabis shop, Fire & Flower's mission is to educate and guide Canadians about cannabis use.

Fire & Flower

They constantly strive to innovate by using new technology to serve their customers better. This new technology can be seen with their loyalty  program, Spark Perks, which is the largest cannabis loyalty program in the country.

Fire & Flower's Spark Perks Loyalty Program lets customers share their love for the business. By signing up for Sparks Perks, members get 20% off their next order.

With the holidays approaching, Fire & Flower has also released its annual holiday gift guide to make cannabis gift shopping easier. This guide will help customers find gifts for friends and family with some exclusive holiday deals.

Organizing gifts for all experience levels, the 2020 gift guide has unique categories including "For the Seriously Savvy," "For the Laid Back Bud," For the All-Natural," and more.

Fire & Flower

If you’re interested in learning more about Fire & Flower and what they have going on for the holidays, you can check out their website here. To get 20% off your next order, sign up for the Spark Perks loyalty program.

Fire & Flower opened four new Toronto stores with same-day delivery and curbside pickup. You can learn more about their products on their website or check out their holiday gift guide here

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