- Oct 21, 2004
yeah, it's basically limited to clothing and such. there's not really anything i need to buy and i find it best to avoid the malls and such on the weekend, so i wont really be taking advantage of it.Verto said:I was under the impression that at least in Texas, tax-free does not apply to computers or items over 100$.
I don't think we have any in NJ.zim said:We only get one tax free day here in MA Rumor has it that next year it will be a weekend
Some local businesses are letting customers do post dated checks.. they then ring them in on the tax free day saving you the trip out and lessing the frenzy of customers)... we purchased a living room set, sofa and loveseat by flexsteal (great stuff!). Unfortunately we don't the the goods till after the tax free day but either way it is well worth it.
That's outrageous. We should pay where we're from.Cfly said:its 15% on the apple online store
payed 200 in tax on the new ibook 12" and ipod mini i just bought
He's in Canada. They have a higher tax rate there.iMatt mini said:That's outrageous. We should pay where we're from.
If you buy it at a local store, I assume you would pay state's tax?
What if I had it shipped to my local store and paid there, would I pay less?
I'm looking forward to next weekend myself. Will be a good time to take the plunge.eva01 said:in MA it is on everything but cars from what i underrstand and below 2500 dollars
Just found that some stores are observing it, while others are not (in the same county). What's that all about?wdlove said:I'm looking forward to next weekend myself. Will be a good time to take the plunge.