The Nugg Club cannabis subscription box is capitalizing on COVID-19

Bethan Rose Jenkins, Cannabis News Writer/Editorial

As residents of the United States embrace the “new normal” that has rolled out amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis, cannabis companies are adopting new approaches to conveniently capture their target market. In particular, major success is stemming from subscription services.

One such example is the Nugg Club cannabis subscription box service, which is harvesting some healthy profits using this SaaS-model. The delivery trend is by no means new, but since the growing consumer demographic in the U.S. is currently restricted in regards to retail options, cannabis subscription boxes are entering a new phase of popularity.

NuggMD founders launched Nugg Club cannabis subscription boxes 

Customers who sign up to receive the Nugg Club cannabis subscription box can enjoy the simplicity that comes with this service. Available to consumers in the Los Angeles and Orange County regions of California, Nugg Club delivers direct to people’s homes. 

Based on statistics pulled from a report on subscription box shopping, this market inflated 890 percent between April 2014 and 2018. Developed by the same founders behind NuggMD – a leading platform for medical cannabis doctor evaluations – this cannabis subscription box service appeals to a swelling demographic.

Since Headset analysts estimate the typical cost of 2-3 cannabis products in California  to be around $68.70, the Nugg Club cannabis subscription boxes are great value for money. For $99 a month, customers receive $250 worth of goods — usually around 5-7 products.

Personalized to each subscriber’s preferences, the boxes contain a variation of product(s) and strain(s) uniquely selected based on customer feedback. Deliveries are scheduled every one, two or three months and customers are able to cancel their subscription boxes anytime they wish.

Qualifying workers offered discount on Nugg Club cannabis cannabis subscription boxes amid COVID-19

Aside from the stay-at-home cannabis consumers who can benefit from receiving Nugg Club cannabis subscription boxes, workers operating in the healthcare industry can also gain some respite amid COVID-19. With cases of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety and depression on the rise among professionals who are responsible for treating the sick, a growing number of healthcare workers are turning to cannabis products for relief.

The founders of Nugg Club have considered this and will now be offering their cannabis subscription boxes to healthcare workers for just $1. However, the deal will be available for a limited period of time and workers must prove that they are qualified in the healthcare industry. Customers in more cities will be able to get their hands on monthly boxes in the near future.

Find out more and sign up by visiting the official website at: www.nuggclub.com.