South Carolina shoppers can save money on school supplies this weekend.
From Aug. 2-4, supplies such as pencils, crayons, clothes, and bedding will be tax-free.
“Customers are able to save more money that may help them buy an extra shirt, an extra backpack,” said Russell Sinclair, store manager of the Lake Wylie Walmart Supercenter. “Making their dollar go farther.”
- School supplies: Binders and folders, art supplies, school uniforms, scissors, glue, tape, calculators, bookbags, books and more
- Bed and bath items: Washcloths, shower curtains and liners, mattress pads, bed spreads and comforters, blankets and more
- Clothing and accessories: Shoes, skates, bridal gowns, graduation caps and gowns, Scout uniforms, belts, hair accessories, active wear, sleepwear, dance and orthopedic shoes, scarves, vests and more
- Computers and technology: Computers, accessories such as keyboards and monitors when sold with computers, printers, software and printer supplies
According to the Department of Revenue, these items are tax-free: