An operator’s, chauffeur’s or similar type driver’s license, including a temporary license, issued by any state within the United States, District of Columbia, or any U.S. territory;
An identification card, including a temporary identification card, issued by any state within the United States, District of Columbia, or any U.S. territory, for the purpose of proof of age using requirements similar to those in sections 42-2-302 and 42-2- 303, C.R.S.; CODE OF COLORADO REGULATIONS 1 CCR 212-2 Marijuana Enforcement Division 98
A United States military identification card or any other identification card issued by the United States government including but not limited to a permanent resident card, alien registration card, or consular card;
A passport or passport identification card; or
Enrollment card issued by the governing authority of a federally recognized Indian tribe, if the enrollment card incorporates proof of age requirements similar to sections 42-2-302 and 42-2- 303, C.R.S.
We can accept Colorado digital ID’s provided on the “My Colorado” App. We cannot accept expired IDs.
State law allows patients to apply for a tax exempt status if certain guidelines are met, however, it only allows for state sales tax to be waived. The City of Colorado Springs has not passed a measure to exempt patients from city sales tax. Therefore, even if you have a tax exempt status with the state, Pure is still responsible for collecting and remitting city sales tax to the City of Colorado Springs.
Pure can only accept returns for products that are defective or damaged. This includes any products that are broken, leaking or otherwise unusable due to a manufacturing defect or factors not caused by the consumer. In this case, please bring the defective item and packaging back to the store where it was purchased along with the receipt. Pure can provide you with the same product that was defective. If the same product is not available you will be offered a reasonable substitute. Pure cannot accept returns or exchanges for any other reason. Pure cannot accept returns or exchanges on flower or pre rolls for any reason.
Medical marijuana patients are allowed to purchase 56 grams of flower in a single day. There are equivalency rules in place for non-flower products. For example, one gram of flower counts as .71 grams of concentrate or 357mg of infused products (i.e. edibles). The knowledgeable staff at Pure can walk you through the details and make sure you are within the lawful limits when you leave the store.
No. Unfortunately, Colorado does not offer reciprocity on medical marijuana cards from any other state.
Yes. We are allowed to accept a PDF version of your medical marijuana registry card. Please be aware we can only accept the PDF version. We are not legally allowed to accept a photo or screenshot. We can also accept a printed version of your card as long as the state seal and wildflowers are visible, all text is readable and it is not altered or laminated.
No. Unfortunately, Pure is cash only at this time. We do have an ATM in the lobby for your convenience.
Yes. While adult use cannabis is legal in Colorado and sold in many parts of the state, Colorado Springs has opted out of adult use sales. Therefore, all stores in Colorado Springs are medical only.
Yes. State law requires Pure employees to “physically view and inspect” your valid photo ID and medical card every time you purchase cannabis….even if we see you every day.
Yes, however it must be in a closed child resistant container. It is illegal to consume cannabis in public and it is illegal to drive under the influence of cannabis. It is illegal to take cannabis across state lines.