After a big bounce in March from the shorter month of February that left sales up 2.9% from a year ago, Illinois adult-use sales rose just 0.2% in the shorter month of April to $132.0 million, up 2% from a year ago:
After increasing 106% in 2021 and then 13% in 2022, year-to-date adult-use sales are up 4.3% in the first four months to $515.2 million.
During April, sales to non-residents decreased from 25.0% in March to 24.6%:
The state separately releases sales from its medical program, and the release for April was published today. Sales fell 3.4% sequentially to $28.0 million, which was down 12% from a year ago:
For April, combined adult-use and medical sales totaled $160.0 million, which was down 2.3% sequentially and fell 2.2% from a year ago: