— alejandro g (@xpiredsodapop) January 6, 2014
Slick, Spirit Airlines! Pot smokers who are at least 21 years old can now legally purchase recreational marijuana in Colorado. Spirit Airlines wasted no time trying to cash in on that development.
— NORML (@NORML) January 6, 2014
— Jordan Obi (@jordanobi) January 6, 2014
Yes, they are.
Inbox, from Spirit Airlines: "Get mile high before time runs out…" pic.twitter.com/MSinvQh2hU
— Lachlan Markay (@lachlan) January 6, 2014
— Jennifer Richmond (@jenyummy) January 5, 2014
Or harmless tactic? These Twitter users are getting a kick out of the marketing ploy.
This Spirit Airlines email promoting Get High fares to Colorado is a trip…
— WinSTONE Ford (@ThisIsSTONE) January 6, 2014
— WalkingNakedPodcasts (@TheWalkingNaked) January 6, 2014
This Spirit Airlines email had me laughing so hard this morning…. "Cross-promoting" at its finest! pic.twitter.com/HivSB28jVM
— JustinG (@TheNaked_Nerd) January 6, 2014
— Tom Ponsart (@ponsartt) January 6, 2014
Stoner tourism? Spirit Airlines betting on it: pic.twitter.com/gK5tQFzcx6
— Rolfe Winkler (@RolfeWinkler) January 5, 2014
— Lindsay Green (@liindsgreen) January 6, 2014
What will be next?
@lachlan "$10 in savings: your first dimebag's on us!"
— Neal Dewing (@Neal_Dewing) January 6, 2014
Does that mean you can blaze on spirit airlines???
— Mr. Piper (@MrPiiiiiipuuuh) January 6, 2014
Well, they would need to stock up on those little bags of peanuts for the resultant munchies.