4/20 is a day to be celebrated; arguably cannabis’ biggest holiday, 420 has become known far and wide as a day to honor cannabis accessibility with some of the best cannabis deals you’ll find all year with some of the dankest weed in Los Angeles, thanks to People’s DTLA 420 DTLA party. 

420 DTLA – also known as People’s DTLA’s 420 party – takes place all day on 4/20 at People’s hot, new downtown Los Angeles club located at 1149 S Los Angeles St. From 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., adults can enjoy exclusive 420 deals with the first 30 customers receiving an Unrivaled 8th for $0.01! 

During 420 DTLA, those who visit People’s DTLA can take advantage of this incredible 420 sale. All 420 long customers can snag People’s BOGO $1 storewide sale on selected products (including Kanha, Jeeter, Moxie and more). But that’s not all, from 4:20 p.m. to 7:10 p.m. the store will offer 30% off of every item in the store! For more info on the sale, visit PeoplesDTLA.com. 

It wouldn’t be 420 without crazy 420 deals, so People’s DTLA will offer bonus deals to shop from in addition to slashed prices. These deals include 50% off all Life items from 4/20 to 4/23 as well as a four for $20 sale on Uncle Arnie’s drink packs. People’s DTLA will announce the lucky recipients of exclusive products, by Puffco, Moxie and Canndescent, on their Instagram page @PeoplesDTLA on 4/21 at 4:20 p.m. 

If you haven’t yet been to People’s DTLA, now is the time to go! A multi-level curated space dedicated to all aspects of cannabis culture, including retail, art, education and community, the People’s Cannabis store in DTLA stocks one of the largest selections of cannabis products in Los Angeles. From a wide variety of flower, to concentrates, edibles, wax, rosin, badder and more. People’s DTLA serves surrounding neighborhoods of Los Angeles and can be shopped in-person or online for delivery and pick-up. 

What are you waiting for? Head on over to People’s DTLA for their 420 DTLA party and score the best 420 deals L.A. has to offer. 

People's DTLA 420 DTLA Party

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