Make Holiday Giving Easy and Fun With a Share The Love Bundle From The Pass | Sponsored | Dispensaries | Hudson Valley | Chronogram Magazine
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This holiday season, bundle up and make someone happy—with buds instead of a blanket.

Adult-use recreational cannabis dispensary The Pass has launched a seasonal Share The Love Bundle, its first partnership with Coast Cannabis Co. chocolates and Cann beverages. Customers can enjoy bundle pricing when they choose a six-pack of Cann THC-and-CBD-infused cannabis beverages; a Coast Cannabis Co. chocolate bar; and either an eighth of The Pass flower or one of The Pass’s half-gram vapes.

“Bundles are a way to group great products, and we love being able to collaborate with our amazing partners,” says Jesse Tolz, marketing director for The Pass. “We're offering our Share The Love Bundle through December 31, so people can roll into the holidays with exciting gifts.”
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Yes, it’s legal in the state of Massachusetts to gift cannabis between adults age 21 and over. So why not give a gift that’ll chill that rowdy uncle or relax the atmosphere at your next hangout? You might become the new favorite after gifting a bundle or two to a relative or friend.

Purchase a Share The Love Bundle by visiting The Pass’s dispensary in Sheffield, Massachusetts. You can also preorder on The Pass website, check out online, and then pay in person to pick it up. Bundle pricing is activated at the in-person point of sale.
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Gifting a bundle eases tension for both the gifter (you can check off that holiday list in a snap) and the giftee (well, obviously). So make that list, check it twice, and give a bundle that’ll be appreciated well into the New Year.



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