We all like a deal, and now you can find the best price for your weed quickly and easily. Wikileaf allows medical marijuana patients to compare the price of pot from 1100 dispensaries in six states.

All users need to do is set the amount of money they want to pay and how many miles they are willing to travel. Marijuana patients won't be able to order the marijuana online, but they will have a clear picture of which dispensary has the strain they want at the price they want to pay.

Users can limit their search by marijuana strain. Afghan Kush, for example, is described as 95 percent of the indica strain and 5 percent of the sativa strain.

As Seattle's retail market is set to open next month, Wikileaf will include recreational pot price comparisons, and those pages will have a different look from the medical comparisons. Only Washington and Colorado have legalized recreational marijuana.

Dispensaries can be listed for free, but the site will start charging businesses in 2016.