Ohio Sales Tax Holiday Starts Friday

Clothes and schools supplies can be purchased without sales tax under certain requirements.

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(Columbus, Oh.) – Ohio’s sales tax holiday comes this weekend.

The statewide holiday was passed in 2019 allowing shoppers to purchase clothing items less than $75 or schools supplies under $20 without being charged sales tax.

The sales tax holiday begins Friday, August 6 and will run through Sunday, August 8.

Discounts apply to purchases made in-store and online.

The Ohio Department of Taxation has published a Sales Tax Holiday FAQ at Sales and Use Tax - Sales Tax Holiday | Department of Taxation (ohio.gov).  

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