Star International is a Seattle Recreational Marijuana Dispensary
Star International is Seattle’s friendly, neighborhood cannabis dispensary, carrying a range of high-quality marijuana goods for both adult use and medical patients. With a variety of options and competitive pricing, Star International welcome both new and experienced cannabis users to their dispensary for information, great prices and excellent product quality.
Star International first opened their doors in spring of 2016, founded by owners who formerly operated a medical cannabis dispensary and then converted to the recreational side as Seattle’s marijuana regulations shifted. They wanted to create a no-nonsense dispensary who would guide cannabis customers through the reality of different products, valuing honesty and transparency over making a quick buck. Thus, Star International began to serve the Seattle marijuana community. Today, they serve between 150-200 people per day, always offering a smile, friendly advice, and excellent cannabis products.
Star International’s dispensary supplies customers with a choice of anywhere between 50-100 cannabis products, carrying various labels of flower, oil, concentrates, edibles, pre-rolls, tinctures and assorted paraphernalia. Sourcing all marijuana from local growers and producers, Star International strives to cater to any Seattle visitor to their dispensary. Customer favorites include Seattle’s Private Reserve, DNA Gardens and Gabriel, and concentrate-lovers always seek out their Two Heads marijuana oil products, WOW Industries and Canna Organix line. All marijuana products undergo stringent lab testing before hitting Star International’s dispensary shelves.
Star International is happy to accommodate both cash and debit card purchases at their dispensary. Medical patients receive a 5% discount on every product in their shop, and dispensary customers can call or email ahead with any questions or concerns. Star International operates primarily on a walk-in basis and provides a few designated parking spaces to their dispensary visitors.
Located in southwest Seattle, Star International is easily accessible from the 509 highway off of 1st Avenue South. They call the Highline neighborhood their home, and welcome Seattle clients from across the White Center, Delridge, Fauntleroy, Roxhill, Allentown, and Tukwila areas. Customers also travel from Rainier Valley, New Holly, Beacon Hill, Georgetown, and Bryn Mawr-Skyway, with many making the journey down from Seattle, Alki, Columbia City or West Seattle.
Seattle is a large, water-bound port metropolitan city, located along the Puget Sound in Washington state. The southern half of Seattle is bisected by the Duwamish Waterway, separating West Seattle from the King County International Airport. Lincoln Park allows visitors to walk along Seattle’s rocky coastline, with hiking and biking trails, while the Westwood Village offers a variety of retail destinations for shoppers. The Seattle-Tacoma International Airport lies in the southernmost regions of the city, and from Seward Park to Safeco Field, Star International dispensary strives to offer the best cannabis goods to their clients.
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They push and they lie. Something might be difficult to sell or old so they 'discount' it even if the price is still steep for browning bud. They'll say some generic desperate shit like "It's not bad" or "That shit's fire" so you can assist them in 'helping you' (cleaning out all the old moldy product).
Came in to town and was excited that there was a shop open until 12. I showed up at 11:45 only to be told the computer "stopped working" and it had been happening recently. They were unable to serve me despite saying it would take only 10 min for the computer to reboot. Wth. There were other clubs open but I decided on this one. Never. Again. It seemed more like they wanted to get off early as they were already cleaning up rather than truly having computer problems. Buyer beware!
I like it. cause it's short and to the point. the prices are pretty dang good. better than where I normally live in Port Orchard for sure.