State Sales Tax Holidays – Tax Free Weekend 2010

2010 state sales tax holidays are here! If you’re lucky, your state will encourage you to shop on specific days this summer and fall to avoid paying sales tax. Sales tax holidays vary by state, but most are having the 2010 tax free weekend the first weekend in August.

Many of the states are limiting sales tax savings to $100 per item. Be sure to check with your specific state to find out the exact limitations.

Here is an overview of the dates and savings for each state:

Alabama

  • Date: August 6-8
  • Savings: 4%

Connecticut

  • Date: August 15-21
  • Savings: 6%

Iowa

  • Date: August 6-7
  • Savings: 6%

Louisiana

  • Date: August 6-7
  • Savings: 4%

Mississippi

  • Date: July 30-31
  • Savings: 7%

Missouri

  • Date: August 6-8
  • Savings: 4.225%

New Mexico

  • Date: August 6-8
  • Savings: 5% to 8.5625%

North Carolina

  • Date: August 6-8
  • Savings: 7%

Oklahoma

  • Date: August 6-8
  • Savings: 4.5%

South Carolina

  • Date: August 6-8
  • Savings: 6%

Tennessee

  • Date: August 6-8
  • Savings: 8.5% to 9.75%

Texas

  • Date: August 20-22
  • Savings: 6.25% to 8.25%

Virginia

  • Date: August 6-8
  • Savings: 5%

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