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No sales tax this weekend on emergency supplies

todayApril 23, 2021

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Starting Saturday, you can prepare for the unexpected and buy a number of items to use during hurricanes, flash floods or wildfires and get those items just a little bit cheaper.

From April 24 to 26, Texas will have an Emergency Preparation Supplies Sales Tax Holiday.

Natural disasters are occurring at a much higher frequency both in Texas and across the United States. In the past ten years, Texas has had its worst wildfire season, its costliest hurricane, its most active hurricane season and its costliest storm. That doesn’t include tornadoes and floods and damaging hail storms.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, it is also suggested to buy items such as disinfecting wipes, pet supplies and even books and puzzles for young children. For a complete list of suggested items visit

It is always recommended to keep important documents like identification, bank account information and insurance policies in a waterproof container that is easy portable.


Written by: Michelle Layton

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