Montana recreational cannabis sales exceed $13 million in February

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Sales in Montana’s new recreational cannabis market surpassed $13 million in February, although two different sets of figures offer slightly different versions of the exact total.

Recreational sales totaled roughly $13 million between Jan. 31 and Feb. 27, according to the Helena Independent Record.

That total is a slight increase from the $12.8 million figure for January, the month the adult-use market launched.

However, monthly sales figures released by the Montana Department of Revenue show approximately $13.5 million in adult-use sales in February.

That’s a decrease of 4.3% from January sales of roughly $14.1 million.

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The revenue department’s year-to-date figures for 2022 show:

  • Recreational marijuana sales of nearly $27.7 million.
  • Medical marijuana sales of $19.5 million.
  • Combined sales approaching $47.2 million.

Montana recreational marijuana sales could total $90 million this year, the MJBiz Factbook predicts, and could grow to $325 million by 2025.