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Discussion in 'iPad' started by Yr Blues, Mar 27, 2012.
I might do B&H, but I've never bought anything from them before.
B&H is very reputable and has some of the best legitimate prices around.
Thanks, I'll take your recommendation. Word of mouth is best.
Buy it in Scotland, we have no state sales tax here.
Although we do of course have that ridiculous 20% VAT.
I got mine from B&H.
Buy it in Anchorage AK - no state or local sales tax, and they're the exact same price as the lower 48.
delaware... no sales tax at all. apple store in christiana mall
I ordered mine fom Frederico at J&R and have nothing but good things to say. The customer service was excellent and the iPad shipped 3 days earlier than what they quoted. I'll definitely do business with them again. No tax and free shipping.
I thought Texas had no sales tax. Or is that just income tax?
I'll trade you for the 25% VAT we have in Denmark
But really, paying taxes should be considered a good thing, if you care for your country/state.
I was gonna go there but there is a best buy in DE thats even closer to Philly.
Yeah, to paraphrase that famous british poet and playwright...
"What's in a name? that which we call a sales tax
By any other name is just as wallet emptying."
abt.com is tax-free to Tennessee and many other states. It's also listed as an authorized reseller.
Of course if you buy it online or mail order it, you are supposed to report the purchase to your state of residence, so you can pay your local state sales tax
Duh! The best place to buy an iPad and avoid state sales tax would be in a state that doesn't have state sales tax.
I wish Jr.com had them available to order online so I could use my 5% off with ShopDiscover. I can use it at Apple but all it does is basically negate the tax.
Anywhere available to order online? All I see is call to order.
B&h all the way
I bought mine from B&H. They are great
That's income tax.
I wouldn't dismiss a proven track record. Look up B&H on Reseller Ratings, etc.
If your state doesn't enforce sales tax on interstate purchases then it really doesn't matter what specific state you purchase from when ordering online as long as the seller isn't subject to sales tax in your own state.
The latter. For the former, Google is your friend:
That's really oversimplifying the matter.
New Hampshire does not have a sales tax.
You don't get the Discover discount when you buy over the phone? I ordered over the phone and had no problems. The charge on my CC showed JR.com as the merchant.
Supposed to click through the Discover website to get the Cashback.