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School supplies, computers, clothes and other items are included in Tennessee’s sales tax free weekend July 28-30.

Tennessee’s tax-free weekend for school supplies, computers and clothes began at 12:01 a.m. Friday and ends at 11:59 p.m. Sunday.

Clothing, school supplies and computers may be purchased without the 7% state sales tax, including items sold online July 28-30. Certain restrictions apply. For example, all items purchased must be for personal use and not for business or trade.

Wondering what’s exempt on tax-free weekend and what isn’t?


  • Exempt: Clothes costing $100 or less per item.

  • Not exempt: Clothing costing more than $100. Items sold together, such as shoes, cannot be split up to stay beneath the $100 maximum. Items like jewelry, handbags, or sports and recreational equipment.


  • Exempt: Personal use computers with a purchase price of $1,500 or less. If priced at $1,500 or less, laptops computers may also qualify as well as tablet computers.

  • Not exempt: Storage media, like flash drives and compact discs, individually purchased software, printer supplies and household appliances.

School supplies

  • Exempt : School and art supplies costing $100 or less per item, such as binders, backpacks, crayons, paper, pens, pencils, and rulers, and art supplies such as glazes, clay, paints, drawing pads, and artist paint brushes.

  • Not exempt: School and art supplies costing more than $100. Items that are normally sold together cannot be split up to stay beneath the $100 maximum.

For a full alphabetized list of exempt items, visit tn.gov.

Savings on food begins Tuesday, ends Oct. 31

Our second opportunity to save begins on Tuesday.

Tennessee’s three-month tax savings on food begins Aug. 1 and ends Oct. 31. It covers food

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