ATTENTION:

Due to supply chain constraints caused by the current COVID-19 crisis we will no longer be offering wholesale case sales starting at 9:00 PM EST July 2nd at our Hubbard location.

At Hubbard all product will only be available for retail purchase. We will continue to offer BUY 1 GET 1 FREE on ALL retail items. Unlike our competitors we are not raising our retail prices. We are still offering the same low prices you are accustomed to.

We thank you again for your understanding and apologize for any inconvenience and we hope you have a safe and memorable Fourth of July!

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Wholesale Fireworks - Washington Firework Laws

Washington Wholesale Fireworks

Legal Requirements For Washington

Bottle Rockets: With Permit Only
Sky Rockets: With Permit Only
Roman Candles: Legally Allowed
Firecrackers: With Permit Only
Sparklers: Legally Allowed
Smoke and Punk: Legally Allowed
Fountains: Legally Allowed
Missiles: Legally Allowed
Novelties: Legally Allowed
Crackle and Strobe: Legally Allowed
Parachutes: Legally Allowed
Wheels and Spinners: Legally Allowed
Aerial Spinners: With Permit Only
Display Shells: Legally Allowed
Aerial Items: Legally Allowed

Consumer Fireworks

Specifically Permitted:
As defined by DOT not specifically prohibited (see below) unless prohibited by local ordinance.

Specifically Prohibited:
Firecrackers, sky rockets, salutes, chasers, and bottle rockets.

Selling Period:
June 20-July 5 and December 10-January 2. Sales by year -round retailers permitted. Novelty items do not require a permit

Selling Period:
Noon June 28 to 9 pm July 5 and Noon December 27 to 11 pm Dec. 31

Sales:
State Fire Marshal shall prepare an annual list of permitted items. Sales locations and safety precautions specified in law. Employee’s minimum age 18 years. Sales prohibited to persons under 16 years of age.

All the information provided above is from American Pyro Association. Click here to read more.

Wholesale Fireworks put together this list in attempt to compile the relevant legal fireworks information for the State of Washington. The state laws for fireworks change all the time, so it is possible that the information above may be out of date. Please verify the information presented here with the State Fire Marshal. Wholesale Fireworks has provided this information for convenience only, and is not responsible for errors, omissions, or inaccuracies that may be present in this data.