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    I purchased a 16GB Touchpad from best buy on august 5th (tax free weekend).

    Today I brought my touchpad in for the price match and to check their stock.

    BB was out of touchpad of course, but they did process my return as a "no receipt" return which basically meant that they would put the full purchase price back on my card and then ring a new purchase for $107 ( including tax) for my to. Only, they refunded the full amount including tax back on my card, so I ended up getting my TP for about $75. I was told that "this is the way we have to refund touchpads now". So maybe more of the faithful got a bit extra back?

    -ralion
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    You know what? The same thing happened to me and I didn't even realize it. Mine was at Office Depot and it was tax on the difference so not quite as good a deal. I honestly would not have even thought about this until you mentioned it.
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    Where do you guys live that you have a tax free weekend?
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    I'm in North Carolina. We have had a tax free weekend in August the last few years.
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    A back to school promo.
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    Hmm didn't know Texas tax free weekend included Tablets wonder why Office Depot charged me 24 dollars for the two Touchpads I bought?
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    Missouri here. BestBuy included tablets but not accessories. I think what is included might be a bit different store to store or state to state. I am very happy with my deal. I even bought a new 32tp from amazon today. So $225 for a 16 and 32 tp
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    Quote Originally Posted by all3rd View Post
    Hmm didn't know Texas tax free weekend included Tablets wonder why Office Depot charged me 24 dollars for the two Touchpads I bought?
    Texas does not include tablets, computers, or consumer electronics other than calculators in the tax free weekend. It's just school supplies and clothing:

    Sales Tax Holiday (98-490)

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