MOBILE, Alabama (WALA) - Alabama's annual tax-free shopping holiday is in full swing. Allthis weekend back to school items, computers and clothing are, youguessed it, tax free!
Parents are picking up school supplies at a discount; paper,pencils and pens.
Items every student needs to make the grade.
While just about everything is tax free this weekend some thingsare not.
Belts, boots, caps and coats are on the list. Cosmetics,handbags, and handkerchiefs are not.
The holiday covers clothing costing less than $100, books under$30, and computer equipment selling for less than $750.
Tax free shopping appears to be a win win for everyone.Retailers said it drives people to their stores and consumers likesaving money.
But remember, the deal expires at midnight on Sunday.
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