After surging to end the year and then falling in January and February, Illinois adult-use cannabis sales rose 11.9% sequentially in March to $134.8 million, which was up 1.0% per day. March sales were below December’s and the record in October, but they rose 2.9% from a year ago:
After increasing 106% in 2021 and then 13% in 2022, year-to-date adult-use sales are up 5.8% in the first three months to $382.2 million.
During March, sales to non-residents decreased from 25.5% in February to 25.0%, the lowest since May 2020, perhaps trigged by adult-use legalization in neighboring Missouri:
The state separately releases sales from its medical program, and the release for March was published today as well. Sales rose 8.9% sequentially to $29.0 million, which was down 9% from a year ago:
For March, combined adult-use and medical sales totaled $163.8 million, which was up 11.3% sequentially and rose 0.5% from a year ago: