If you live in one of the 12 states that has a sales tax holiday to help families prepare for the new school year, wouldn’t you love to purchase tax free Stampin’ Up! products?
Each state has set limits on the amount you can spend on one item, except for these three states that don’t have a limit: Louisiana, Puerto Rico, and South Carolina
Qualifying products includ: Adhesives, Markers, Stapler, Clips, and Grid Paper. Louisiana is the most generous again, and all items in the catalog are eligible!
The dates for the tax holidays are for one 2- or 3-day weekend. The earliest start today in Tennessee, and tomorrow in Georgia. Otherwise the dates are for the following 2- or 3-day weekend.
Here’s a list of all 12 states:
- New Mexico
- Puerto Rico (tax free date has already passed)
- South Carolina
If you live in one of these states, use this link to see the criteria for all 12 states: Sales Tax Holidays.
After you’ve learned the details for YOUR state, use this link to order your Stampin’ Up! cardmaking and paper crafting supplies! You can include taxable items on the same order, and the ordering website will figure it out. 🙂 If you live in Georgia or Tennessee, you could earn Bonus Days coupons as well!!
If you have any questions, or trouble making sense of the Tax Holiday chart, be sure to let me know. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 505-266-6240.
If your state does have a sales tax holiday, don’t miss out on this opportunity to stock up on qualifying supplies and tools!