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The best 4/20 deals to shop during the marijuana 'holiday' today: Fast food discounts and more

April 20, known by some as 420 Day, is an unofficial holiday in stoner culture. (The date is a reference to 420, one of the many slang terms for marijuana.) Predictably, some of the biggest and best-known brands in the marijuana industry are offering special deals to celebrate today's marijuana "holiday."

Not into weed? Not a problem -- anyone can take advantage of today's fast food deals, including discounts at White Castle, Del Taco and Jack in the Box.

Here are our favorite 4/20 deals you can get today, including a few deals that last until the end of the week.

Best 4/20 deals on vaporizers and infusers

While marijuana is legal (or decriminalized) in many places throughout the U.S., it remains illegal on the federal level and in some states. Be sure to check your local laws before buying.


Save 20% on Pax vaporizers

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Pax

Pax, one of the best-known names in dry flower vaporizers, is offering a three-day 20% off deal on its most popular products. The sleek and compact Pax Mini is designed to heat (not burn) flower in 22 seconds, releasing its active compounds as vapor. It offers two hours of battery life on a single charge.

Regularly $125, you can take advantage of Pax's 4/20 sale now through April 22 to bring the price down to $100. You can personalize it by adding a custom engraving for a small fee.

Pax Mini vaporizer, $100 (reduced from $125)

The more advanced Pax Plus offers more color options, adjustable bowl sizing, a multi-tool and multiple heating modes -- it's been reduced from $200 to $160.

Pax Plus vaporizer, $160 (reduced from $200)


Save $100 on a Levo II oil infuser (then save an extra 15%)

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Levo

Forget the old, inefficient way of making edibles and weed-infused butter. Levo oil infusers take raw flower, activates it and infuses it into an oil of your choice. (My personal favorite is infused coconut oil -- it makes the most delicious brownies.) You can save 15% off sitewide at Levo with code GREEN15, including models that have already been reduced in price.

The device looks sleek and is easy to use, with presets for different types of oil and butter. The included magnetic stir keeps your mixture moving, so there's no manual stirring required -- just add your materials, press a button, and let it do its thing. The entire activation and infusion process takes about three hours, though it varies based on what oil you're using.

Normally $400, you can get the entry-level Levo II oil infuser device for $255 after a 15% sitewide discount. Be sure to use code GREEN15 at checkout.


Save up to 40% on Stundenglass gravity infusers and accessories

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Stundenglass

Whether you're celebrating 4/20 with friends or simply looking to create smoke-infused cocktails such as smoked old fashioned, a piece from Stundenglass is sure to impress. Today only, the brand is offering your choice of gravity infuser for $420. This deal includes the portable Studenglass Kompact gravity infuser with carrying case and the full-size Stundenglass gravity infuser in any colorway. (Both are normally priced at $600.)

According to the brand, the infusers, made of aircraft-grade anodized aluminum and borosilicate glass, "generate kinetic motion activation via cascading water displacement, opposing airflow technology, and the natural force of gravity." The built-in percolation system water filters and cools the smoke.

For those who prefer concentrates, both Studenglass models are compatible with the Studenglass Modul vaporizer attachment. The Modul is a direct heating source with a 2.4-inch color LCD screen, powered by battery (recharge via USB-C). You can use the dial to choose temperature settings and time settings, so you can get the perfect, customized draw. Choose between a swappable dry material (flower) tank and a concentrate tank, 

Regularly $350, you can get a Stundenglass Modul for $300. It comes with a carrying case.


The best 4/20 fast food deals today

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Jack in the Box

Got the munchies? Several popular food chains are offering special limited-time deals to coincide with 4/20. Here are the best deals to take advantage of today, including multiple delivery options.

  • Jack in the Box is offering a large Pineapple Express Shake for $4.20 (through April 21) as a digital exclusive. 
  • White Castle, the chain featured in the 2004 stoner comedy "Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle," has a 4/20-inspired deal: You can get a code for a free digital copy of the movie when you buy a 20-piece Crave Clutch between 7 p.m. and 3 a.m. Additionally, Craver Nation loyalty members can score a buy-one-get-one deal on a meatless Impossible Slider today.
  • Fried chicken chain KFC will give you a free 10-piece order of saucy nuggets when you spend $10 or more on the KFC app.
  • Popeyes Chicken has its own offer, now through April 21: You can get a Popeyes Chicken Sandwich for just $4.20. The offer is a digital exclusive and good for pickup only.
  • Fatburger is offering an "April Munchies" deal now where you can get a free shake on your next order when you place an order online by April 30.
  • Smashburger has a deal for feeding the whole crew: You can get four single burgers for $20 today. The offer is available on the Smashburger website, app and in stores.
  • Del Taco is offering eight snack tacos for $4.20 now through April 21. Plus, you'll pay a $0 delivery fee on orders over $15. This deal is available only on orders placed through the Del Yeah! Rewards app or deltaco.com.
  • Sandwich shop Jimmy John's has a new-for-4/20 meal offering called the Deliciously Dope Dime Bag. The sandwich has smoked ham, jalapeño ranch, crispy jalapeños and extra herbs. It comes with Jimmy Chips, a pickle spear and a fudge chocolate brownie.

Shinola has a new limited-edition 4/20 watch for 2024

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Shinola

Detroit-based luxury watch brand Shinola has a special, limited-edition offering available this April 20. The 420 Grassland Runwell 41mm, designed by actor Quincy Isaiah, features glow-in-the-dark elements, including a marijuana leaf graphic on the second's hand dial, glowing watch band stitching and a glowing number 4 on the watch face. Only 420 pieces will be made; each is individually numbered.

According to Shinola, the polished stainless steel watch was created to bring awareness to the racial disparity in marijuana arrests. A portion of the proceeds from each sale will support criminal justice reform policies.

You can find this limited-edition timepiece at Shinola for $695, while stock lasts.


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