A Guide to Modern Cannabis Shopping with Hypur

A Guide to Modern Cannabis Shopping with Hypur

When you want to buy cannabis, or more specifically pay for weed, consumers can be faced with some sketchy situations. Hypur is committed to legitimizing the cannabis industry, which is why we offer reliable, transparent electronic payments that are quick, easy, and secure for consumers. But wait, there’s more!

How to Pay for Cannabis

You can read about the many ways that you can pay for cannabis. While cash will always be a part of the cannabis industry, it can be risky for consumers and businesses alike. Plus, it’s not always convenient or cost-effective to go to the ATM and withdraw cash to buy weed.

Hypur uses a direct account-to-account transfer to let you pay for cannabis electronically. Whether you want to buy weed online or in-store, you can use Hypur.

In-store, check into the location and simply shop for what you want. When ordering online for pickup or delivery, you’ll select the “Pay with Hypur” option and log into your Hypur account to verify your payment method.

When you’re ready to pay for cannabis:

  1. Input your Personal Access Code (PAC) to authorize the transaction.
  2. This can be done on the store or driver’s device or using our safe checkout option.
  3. Safe checkout means you’ll get a text message with a link directing you to a page where you can input your PAC using your phone. You can even leave your budtender or driver a tip on that screen, if the dispensary allows it.
  4. If you forget to select Hypur as your payment method or planned on using cash and decide to switch, you can also make an on-demand purchase.

You can rest assured that Hypur is secure because we adhere to bank-level compliance and security. Plus, because all you’re doing is transferring funds from your bank account, you won’t need to worry about loading money onto a prepaid card or losing funds if a dispensary stops using a payment system.

Our platform is so quick and easy to use. Watch it in action in-store:

Ready for effortless, cashless payments at the dispensary?