Dozens line up in bitter cold weather outside The Grass Station in Denver, ahead of the store’s Black Friday sales. Image:

Not to be outdone by much larger national retailers, Denver’s cannabis merchants are rolling out Black Friday deals of their own.

“We’re trying to mimic what the big-box stores do on Black Friday,” said Ryan Fox, CEO of the Kindman brand of cannabis and founder of Denver’s Grass Station stores.

“Last year we had a top-10 sales day at our LoHi location – it was 50 percent more than the store would see on an average Friday.”

Fox’s Grass Station, which opened a store in Stapleton earlier this year, is offering discounted cannabis from Friday through Sunday.

An ounce of flower, which usually runs $360, is marked down to the door-busting price of $50.

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