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See Which States Are Rolling Out Massive Tax-Free Holidays This Weekend

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It's "tax holiday" season again, when a wealth of states let shoppers either avoid sales tax completely or significantly reduce it for items like clothing, shoes, or school supplies.

The holiday's conveniently scheduled during back to school season, but these deals aren't just for kids. 

Check out our list below to see if your state is about to give you an excuse to go shopping:

Alabama: Aug. 3-5. Clothing under $100, computers under $750, and school supplies under $50.

Arkansas: Aug. 4-5. Clothing and footwear under $100, clothing accessories under $50, and school supplies.

Connecticut: Aug. 19-25. Clothing and footwear under $300.

Florida: Aug. 3-5. Clothing under $75 and school supplies.

Georgia: Aug. 10-11 and Oct. 5-7.  During the August tax holiday clothing and footwear under $100, computers under $1,000, and school supplies under $20 qualify. During the October tax holiday energy or water efficient products under $1,500 qualify.

Iowa: Aug. 3-4. Clothing and footwear under $100.

Louisiana: Aug. 3-4. Any tangible personal property, other than a vehicle, under $2,500.

Maryland: Aug. 12-18. Clothing and footwear under $100.

Missouri: Aug. 3-5. Clothing under $100, school supplies under $50, computer software under $350, and personal computers under $3,500.

New Mexico: Aug. 3-5. Clothing and footwear under $100, computers under $1,000, computer hardware under $500, school supplies under $30.

North Carolina: Aug. 5-7. Clothing under $100, sports equipment under $50, computers under $3,500, school supplies under $100, and school instructional material under $300.

Oklahoma: Aug. 3-5. Clothing and footwear under $100.

South Carolina: Aug. 3-5. Clothing, clothing accessories, footwear, school supplies, computers, and linens. There weren't any price limits for South Carolina.

Tennessee: Aug. 3-5. Clothing under $100, school supplies under $100, and computers under $1,500.

Texas: Aug. 17-19. Clothing and footwear under $100, backpacks for elementary or secondary students under $100, and school supplies under $100.

Virginia: Aug. 3-5 and Oct. 5-8. During the August tax holiday clothing and footwear under $100 and school supplies under $20 qualify. During the October tax holiday, energy efficient and water efficient products under $2,500 qualify.

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