|Monday:||09:00 AM - 10:00PM|
|Tuesday:||09:00 AM - 10:00PM|
|Wednesday:||09:00 AM - 10:00PM|
|Thursday:||09:00 AM - 10:00PM|
|Friday:||09:00 AM - 11:00PM|
|Saturday:||09:00 AM - 11:00PM|
|Sunday:||12:00 PM - 10:00PM|
GOOD and its welcoming team of budtenders serve communities in and around Fairbanks, including:
If you’re interested in visiting GOOD, located across from Frontier Outfitters and beside REI on Old Steese Highway, you’ll likely use AK-2 if you’re coming from one of the above towns. For residents of North Pole and Dennis Manor, public transportation is also available.
GOOD offers an expansive parking lot with several handicap spaces. The dispensary is handicap accessible, too.
At GOOD, you’ll find top-shelf indica, sativa and hybrid flower strains, as well as the following cannabis products:
GOOD offers reasonable prices for their products and maintains a cash-only policy — an ATM is on-site.
Medical patients should always bring their medical marijuana card and a valid government-issued ID to GOOD. Recreational users will also need an ID, as the staff must ensure you’re 21 years or older, per Alaska’s cannabis laws.
As a customer, you’ll receive the warm, welcoming experience GOOD is known for. The staff will be happy to answer all your questions and make sure you’re confident in your recreational or medicinal marijuana purchase.
GOOD also offers occasional specials, early bird deals and a 10 percent discount for military veterans.
GOOD Alaska utilizes the horticulture, science and business experience of their founders to deliver premium cannabis to patients, recreational users and visitors of Fairbanks, AK. As well as cultivating in-demand strains at their state-of-the-art facility, GOOD also partners with local vendors, like MoMo’s Bakery, to provide an extensive cannabis selection.
As a part of their commitment to the community, GOOD also volunteers time and donates a portion of their funds to charitable organizations throughout Fairbanks. The dispensary also works as an advocate for recreational and medicinal marijuana through education, fundraising and more.