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Before tropical storms arrive, you can get ready and save money, too. Shop during Virginia’s Hurricane Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday, May 25-31, and you won’t pay sales tax on supplies for protecting your home and business.
Many useful items qualify. Shop for items on this list that have a price of $60 or less:• Artificial ice, blue ice, ice packs, reusable ice • Batteries, excluding car or boat batteries• Portable self-powered light sources, including flashlights and lanterns and glow sticks• First aid kits• Cell phone chargers• Weather Band radios and NOAA Weather Radios• Portable self-powered radios, including radios with electrical power capability• Bottled water of any size, including flavored and carbonated• Two-way radios• Manual can openers• Tarps, plastic sheeting, plastic drop cloths• Bungee cords and rope• Ground anchor systems or tie down kits• Ratchet straps• Duct tape• Carbon monoxide and smoke detectors, fire extinguishers• Empty gas, propane or diesel fuel tanks or containers• Water storage containers such as buckets, barrels, canteens, coolers
Shop for items on this list that have a sales price of $1,000 or less:• Portable generators and generator power cords• Inverters and inverter power cables.
For more, go to www.tax.virginia.gov/site.cfm?alias=STHoliday, www.ReadyVirginia.gov and www.ListoVirginia.gov.