Several Apple products can be redeemed for sales tax holidays in nine U.S. states


Apple has provided information regarding which of its items will be exempt from the sales tax during future holidays in a number of states in the United States. These states include Arkansas, Florida, Massachusetts, Missouri, New Mexico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.

A limited number of Apple products are exempt from sales tax during sales tax holidays, which can be purchased online or in stores. According to Apple’s website, the goods and price restrictions that are eligible for rebates differ from state to state. While tax savings may not be visible at the time of purchase, they will show up on the final receipt.

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Depending on the state, qualifying Apple items may include desktop computers, mobile devices such as iPads and iPhones, and/or accessories such as the Apple Pencil and Studio Display.

The sales tax holiday in Florida begins on Monday and lasts through August 7, although sales tax holidays are common in the first week of August in many other states. A detailed list of dates for each state’s sales tax holiday may be found on Apple’s website.

If you buy an eligible Mac or iPad during the current Back to School campaign, you can get a $150 Apple gift card as well as a 20% discount on the cost of AppleCare+, making sales tax holidays particularly advantageous for students. As an added perk, Apple offers a discount to students on a limited number of items.

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