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Sales Tax Holidays

Sales Tax Holidays occur in a number of states throughout the year. The most common types of Sales Tax Holidays are Back to School, Hurricane Preparedness and Energy Star. Walmart.com participates in these Sales Tax Holidays unless prohibited by law.  

U.S. state, county and local tax jurisdictions determine the sales tax laws that govern sales tax holidays and participation in the sales tax holiday can vary by tax jurisdiction. The items eligible for Sales Tax Holidays are determined by the tax jurisdiction governing the specific Sales Tax Holiday.

Click here to see a list of states, dates and eligibility. See the sites below to learn more about your state's Sales Tax Holidays. If your state is not listed, they do not participate in Sales Tax Holidays.

Alabama:  http://revenue.alabama.gov/salestax/
Arkansas:  http://www.dfa.arkansas.gov/offices/exciseTax/salesanduse/Pages/taxHoliday.aspx
Connecticut:  http://www.ct.gov/drs/lib/drs/publications/pubssn/2006/sn06-10.pdf
Florida: http://floridarevenue.com/backtoschool/Pages/default.aspx
Iowa:  https://tax.iowa.gov/iowas-annual-sales-tax-holiday
Louisiana:  http://www.revenue.louisiana.gov/SalesTax/SalesTaxHolidays
Maryland:  http://comptroller.marylandtaxes.com/Public_Services/Agency_Information/Office_of_the_Comptroller/Comptroller_Initiatives/Shop_Maryland_Tax-free_Week/
Mississippi:  http://www.dor.ms.gov/Business/Pages/Sales-Use-Tax-landing.aspx
Missouri:  http://dor.mo.gov/business/sales/taxholiday/
New Mexico:  http://www.tax.newmexico.gov/tax-holiday.aspx
Ohio:  http://www.tax.ohio.gov/sales_and_use/SalesTaxHoliday.aspx
Oklahoma:  https://www.ok.gov/tax/faqs.html#c412
Puerto Rico:  http://www.hacienda.gobierno.pr/
South Carolina:  https://dor.sc.gov/taxfreeweekend
Tennessee:  http://tn.gov/revenue/article/sales-tax-holiday
Texas:  http://comptroller.texas.gov/taxinfo/taxpubs/taxholiday/d/
Virginia:  https://www.tax.virginia.gov/virginia-sales-tax-holiday