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When Can I Legally Use Fireworks (Arizona Specific)

Every state has their own unique set of laws in regards to the purchasing and lighting-off of

fireworks. It’s important to educate yourself on the laws of your state as well as your county

laws. Failure to comply to your local laws could result in a hefty fine.


What Types of Fireworks are Legal in Arizona All Year?


Fireworks that are legal to purchase and use in Arizona are flitter and ground sparklers,

cylindrical and cone fountains, ground spinners, illuminating torches, and wheels.

Some fireworks are legal year-round. These include: sparklers, smoke devices, snap caps and

party poppers. Any firework that detonates in the sky, such as sky rockets, bottle rockets, Roman candles and firecrackers are not permitted for use in Arizona.

For more detailed information about which fireworks are legal in Arizona check out Phoenix’s firework legality guide ( link: https://www.phoenix.gov/firesite/Documents/083287.pdf )


Novelty Fireworks


Novelty fireworks can be used year-round in Arizona. Here are some of our favorite novelty

fireworks that you can use all year:


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Snappers


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Crackling Balls


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Punks


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To check out our entire collection of novelty fireworks click here

Seasonal Fireworks


In Arizona there are two times a year where you can use cylindrical fountains, ground spinners, and cone fireworks. These dates are June 24 – July 6 and December 24 – Jan 3.

Here are some of our favorite seasonal fireworks that you can purchase May 20- July 6 and

December 10 – January 3:


TNT Big Timer

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The Buzz Assortment

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Little Pyro Bag

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Please note: because of Arizona’s dessert environment, the city can restrict the use of fireworks during a dangerous dry period.

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