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2022 State Sales Tax Holidays
[see 2021 programs]
[see 2020 programs]

 

State

 

Days

 

Items Included

 

Maximum Cost

 

1stYear

 

2022
Dates

 

Information Links *
Alabama 3 hurricane preparedness
generators - $1,000
supplies - $60
2012 February 25-27 http://www.revenue.alabama.gov/
Alabama 3 clothing - $100
computers - $750 
school supplies - $50 
books - $30
2006 July 15-17 http://www.revenue.alabama.gov/
Arkansas 2 clothing - $100
school supplies
2011 August 6-7 http://www.dfa.arkansas.gov/
Connecticut
7
clothing and footwear - $100
2022
April 10-16 https://portal.ct.gov/DRS/
Connecticut
7
clothing and footwear - $100
2001
August 21-27 http://www.ct.gov/drs/
Florida
93
chlidren's books
2022
May 14-Aug. 14 https://floridarevenue.com/
Florida
14
diaster preparedness
various item - $20 to $1,000
2022
May 28-June 10 https://floridarevenue.com/
Florida
8
outdoor activities - $25 to $150
2022
July 1-7 https://floridarevenue.com/
Florida
1 year
Diapers & Children's cloths
2022
Jul 1-June 30, 2023 https://floridarevenue.com/
Florida 1 year energy star products - $1,500 to $3,000 2022 Jul 1-June 30, 2023 https://floridarevenue.com/
 Florida  2 years  hurricane hardened doors & windows  2022  Jul 1-June 30, 2024 https://floridarevenue.com/
Florida 14 school supplies - $50
clothing - $100
computers - $1,500
2007+ Jul 25-Aug 7 https://floridarevenue.com/
Florida 7 work gloves - $25
flashlight & bags - $50
toolboxes - $75
test equipment $100
 more
2022 Sep 3-Sep 9 https://floridarevenue.com/
Illinois
10
Reduced rate - 1.25%
clothing & school supplies - $125
2010+
August 5-14 https://www2.illinois.gov
Iowa
2
clothing - $100
2000
August 5-6 https://tax.iowa.gov/
Maryland 3 energy star products 2011 February 19-21 https://www.marylandtaxes.gov/
Maryland 7 clothing & footwear-$100 2010 August 14-20 http://www.marylandtaxes.com/
Massachusetts
2
all TPP - $2,500
2004+
August 13-14 https://www.mass.gov/
Mississippi
2
clothing & footwear - $100
2009
July 29-30 http://www.dor.ms.gov/
Mississippi 3 firearms, ammunition and hunting supplies 2014 August 26-28 http://www.dor.ms.gov/
Missouri 7 energy star products - $1,500 2009 April 19-25 http://dor.mo.gov/
Missouri 3 clothing - $100
computers - $1,500
school supplies - $50
2004 August 5-7 http://dor.mo.gov/
Nevada 3 Purchases by National Guard Members 2021 Oct. 28-30 https://tax.nv.gov
New Jersey 10 school/art supplies
instruction materials
computers - $3,000

2022 Aug 27-Sep 5 https://www.state.nj.us/
New Mexico 3 clothing - $100
computers - $1,000
computer equip. - $500
school supplies - $30
2005 August 5-7 http://www.tax.newmexico.gov
Ohio
3
clothing - $75
school supplies - $20
2015
August 5-7 https://www.tax.ohio.gov/
Oklahoma
3
clothing - $100
2007
August 5-7 https://oklahoma.gov/
South Carolina
3
clothing
school supplies
computers
other
2000
August 5-7 http://dor.sc.gov/

Tennessee
3
clothing - $100 
school supplies - $100
computers - $1,500
2006
July 29-31 http://tn.gov/revenue/
Tennessee
1 year

gun safes and
safety devices

2021
July 1-June 30, 2022 https://www.tn.gov/revenue/
Texas
3

generators - $3,000
storm devices - $300
preparedness items - $75

2016
April 23-25 http://comptroller.texas.gov
Texas
3
energy star products 
air conditioners - $6,000; other - $2,000
2008
May 28-30 http://comptroller.texas.gov/
Texas
3
clothing, backpacks and school supplies- $100
1999
August 5-7 http://comptroller.texas.gov/
Virginia
3
clothing - $100
school supplies - $20
energy star products - $2,500
hurricane preparedness items - $60
generators - $1,000
2006
August 5-7 http://www.tax.virginia.gov/
West Virginia
4

clothing - $125
school supplies - $20
sports equipment - $150
computer-tablet - $500

2021
Aug. 5-8 https://tax.wv.gov/

(updated July 28, 2022)


Florida first held a sales tax holiday for school supplies in 2007. This was not re-enacted in 2008-09. Massachusetts was not enacted from 2008 to 2014, 2016 and 2017. Beginning with 2018, the sales tax holiday is permanent. Illinois held a one-year reduced rate holiday in 2010.
* Details for some state programs are not available yet, website may point to 2021 program.
Note, if your state is not listed, legislation has not been approved authorizing a sales tax holiday. Contact your state legislator for more information.

If you have any corrections, please direct your inquiry to Ronald Alt.