RetailMeNot's 2020 Tax-Free Weekend Guide
AUSTIN, Texas, July 31, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- A new school year is upon us, and shopping for supplies can seem like a daunting and expensive task, especially in today's environment. While learning may look a bit different this year—with many students shifting to virtual learning—parents are aiming to over-prepare their children, so they are ready to kick off the scholastic year confidently.
All those school supplies, electronics, plus new clothes, tend to add up quickly and can do a number on your bank account. Unless, that is, you can get everything on your list tax-free. Shoppers in 15 lucky states (Alabama's tax-free weekend already happened) can still take advantage of tax-free weekend to cross off all of their back-to-learning essentials and then some. Shopping and trends expert for RetailMeNot, Sara Skirboll, advises, "Tax-free weekend varies by state, but RetailMeNot has put together a go-to guide to find out if and when your state is participating, along with what you can purchase. Pro tip: This isn't just for back-to-school wish lists. Members of the whole family can benefit from savings on clothing, footwear, accessories and office supplies, as many people have shifted to working from home."
Regardless of your shopping list and whom you are shopping for, be sure to check out the list below of participating states and purchasing qualifications.ead to the RetailMeNot blog, The Real Deal, for more information on how to save on everyday essentials.
Tax-Free Weekend Dates and Deals by State for 2020
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