Buy Tax-Free Apple Products and Other Electronics in 9 States

Tax-Free Apple Products

Buy Tax-Free Apple Products and Other Electronics in 9 States

Nine states offer sales tax holidays on a range of consumer electronics products. This is an annual “Back to School” event, but rules on what qualifies vary from one state to the other.

This is a good opportunity to purchase more expensive Apple products which are rarely discounted. You can purchase either directly from Apple, where there’s also a promotion for a $150 gift card, or retailers such as Amazon (affiliate link), Best Buy (affiliate link) and others.

Here’s the information about the tax rebate on each state:

Check each page to see what qualifies, as there’s usually a price limit. Also check out all 2022 State Sales Tax Holidays for other states and other categories.

If you’re purchasing on Amazon you can check some of the Shop with Points promotions to see if you qualify for any of the discounts.

Here's a list of some of the current deals and discounts for Amazon purchases: Amazon offers free shipping on orders of $25 or more. If you're a Prime member, then you can also get free 1-day shipping on most items that are sold directly by Amazon. You can save on a Prime membership if you are a student (affiliate link), or an EBT/Medicaid cardholder (affiliate link). You can also just sign up for an Amazon Prime 30-Day Free Trial (affiliate link).  

 

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2 thoughts on “Buy Tax-Free Apple Products and Other Electronics in 9 States

  1. In Florida, the tax exemption for electronics applies as follows:
    “Personal computers and certain computer-related accessories with a sales price of $1,500 or less,
    when purchased for noncommercial home or personal use”
    So do NOT expect your $2,000 Apple computer/laptop purchase to be tax-free.

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