The state’s annual sales tax holiday has been set for August 8-10 as families prepare to send children back to school. The savings add up to about $8 for every $100 spent.
Retailers are bracing for big crowds this weekend. At the stroke of midnight on Friday, Texas officially kicked off its annual sales tax holiday.
Expect big crowds at malls this weekend across North Texas. The state will not be collecting sales tax on a lot of items Friday through Sunday, as part of the annual tax-free holiday.
Shoppers across North Texas now have another option. More than 100 retailers have set up shop at the Paragon Outlet Mall, a new shopping center in Grand Prairie.
Stores (and shoppers) across Texas are busy preparing for the annual tax-free holiday, this Friday through Sunday, as students get ready to head back to school.
It’s a bad weekend for traffic around North Texas malls because of the statewide tax free holiday. But construction is compounding the problem around Grapevine Mills and other shopping locations.
This weekend is tax-free holiday time in Texas and you can save money on back-to-school items. The sales tax holiday, that runs August 19, 20 and 21, exempts most supplies, clothing and footwear priced under $100 from taxes.
Texas businesses and shoppers are getting ready for this weekend’s sales tax holiday as students prepare to return to school.
Shopping for school supplies can be thrilling for the students picking out what items they want. But it can also be a real drain on the wallet.
The 12th annual tax-free weekend runs now through Sunday, with no taxes on most clothing, shoe and school supply purchases.