Tax Free Weekend

02 Aug, 2013

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Take advantage of h.h. gregg’s Tax Free Weekend August 2nd-4th! This is an in-store event and only in specific states.

Louisiana – August 2-3

This event will exempt everything we sell for the 4.00% state sales tax up to $2,500 per item.  The state tax will apply to the portion above $2,500.00 per item. All local parish tax rates will apply to the entire dollar amount.

For more info: http://hhgre.gg/16mxKek

Missouri – August 2-4

Computers and computer related accessories will be exempt the state tax of 4.225%. Any keyboard, mouse, monitor, speakers or scanner must be sold with a computer and the total of these items must be under $3,500 in order to get this exemption.

For more info: http://hhgre.gg/1c5U6Dz

Alabama – August 2-4

Computer accessories up to $750 are exempt during this holiday. Any keyboard, monitor, mouse, scanner or speakers must be sold with a CPU (Desktop, Laptop, Netbook or Tablet) and total cost of these items must be under $750.00 to qualify for exemption.

For more info: http://hhgre.gg/11gbpNA

North Carolina – August 2-4

Items exempt in this holiday are computers and computer bundles (CPU, Laptop, netbook or tablet) up to $3,500Any keyboard, monitor, mouse, speakers need to be sold with a CPU and the total of the CPU and the other items must fall under $3,500 to be exempt.

For more info: http://hhgre.gg/17FI28x

South Carolina – August 2-4

Items exempt include computers, laptops, tablets, printers, printer supplies, maintenance agreements, hand held schedulers, and personal digital assistants. Any keyboard, monitor, mouse, scanner or speakers must be sold with a CPU (Desktop, Laptop, Netbook or Tablet) to qualify for exemption.

For more info: http://hhgre.gg/15i68WF

Tennessee – August 2-4

Items exempt for this holiday are computers (Desktops, Laptops, Netbooks and Tablets) priced up to $1,500.  Any keyboard, mouse, monitor, speakers or scanner must be sold with a computer and the total of these items must be under $,1,500 in order to get this exemption.

For more info: http://hhgre.gg/15MEjVn

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