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Apple tax-free shopping coming soon to nine US states, with Florida starting today – 9to5Mac

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July 25
Ben Lovejoy
– Jul. 25th 2022 4:22 am PT


It’s the time of year when certain states offer sales tax holidays on a range of consumer electronics products, proving an opportunity for some Apple tax-free shopping.
This year nine states are offering the opportunity to buy at least some Apple products without paying any sales tax on your purchase …

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Sales tax holidays are a way for US states to encourage spending on product categories they consider essential or desirable for citizens to own. These can range from emergency generators through school supplies to computers.
New York was the first state to enact a sales tax holiday in 1997, with other states following suit.
There are different eligibility dates for different product types in each participating state, but nine of them allow tax-free shopping for various product categories sold by Apple at around the same time – starting from today.
Note that some states apply maximum spend limits for particular products, especially computers.
Apple has a web page promoting the deals.
Innovative. Powerful. And now tax-free.
Shop select Apple products in a store or online and save during your state’s tax holiday. And explore our additional offers for more savings.
Eligible products vary from state to state. And while the tax savings on your order may not appear at purchase, they will appear on the final receipt.
The company is also highlighting additional ways to make your money go further.
Get supercharged for college. Save on Mac or iPad. Plus get a gift card up to $150.
Get 3% Daily Cash back with Apple Card. And pay over time, interest-free when you choose to check out with Apple Card Monthly Installments.
Trade in your current device for credit. When you use Apple Trade In, you get credit toward your next Apple purchase.
Here are the qualifying dates and product categories for each state (spoiler: don’t get excited if you live in Virginia or West Virginia).
You need to be a legal resident of the state in order to qualify for Apple tax-free shopping. Additional terms and conditions apply, and Apple provides links to the full terms for each participating state.
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Ben Lovejoy is a British technology writer and EU Editor for 9to5Mac. He’s known for his op-eds and diary pieces, exploring his experience of Apple products over time, for a more rounded review. He also writes fiction, with two technothriller novels, a couple of SF shorts and a rom-com!
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