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Alabama Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday Updates


 Alabama DOR continues to update list of localities participating in this year's back-to-school sales tax holiday.

Alabama Department of Revenue know whether they will participate in the state’s sales tax holiday. Notifications continue to trickle in.

Participating in 2013 Only

  • Ashland (9351);
  • Auburn (9388);
  • Calera (9473);
  • Double Springs (9200);
  • Eva (9104);
  • Fultondale (9418);
  • Hoover (9424);
  • Jackson (9340);
  • Oak Grove (9603);
  • Odenville (9641);
  • Orange Beach (9706);
  • Phil Campbell (9334);
  • Pickens County (7054);
  • Randolph (7056);
  • Thomasville (9405) (limited participation);
  • Tuscaloosa (9163);
  • Tuscumbia (9314);
  • Wilcox County (7066); and
  • Wilsonville (9370).

Participating in 2013 and Future Years

  • Columbiana (9459); and
  • Grant (9398)

Not Participating

  • Addison (9309);
  • Brookside (9708);
  • Castleberry (9674);
  • Chatom (9312);
  • Chilton County (7011);
  • Coffee Springs (9498);
  • Coosada (9698);
  • Courtland (9635);
  • Escambia County (7027, 7127, 7227, 7727);
  • Jackson’s Gap (9682);
  • Jefferson County (7037);
  • Leesburg (9729);
  • Level Plains (9446);
  • Lisman (9648);
  • Maplesville (9609);
  • Mentone (9655);
  • Midfield (9375);
  • Notasulga (9407);
  • Ohatchee (9632);
  • Pleasant Grove (9420);
  • Sweet Water (9467);
  • Sylvan Springs (9718);
  • Valley Grande (9766);
  • Vina (9484);
  • Vincent (9378); and
  • Waverly (9761).

A complete list of localities participating in the 2013 Alabama Back-to-School Sales Tax Holiday is available at the Alabama DOR.

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Gail Cole
Avalara Author
Gail Cole
Gail Cole
Avalara Author Gail Cole
Gail began researching and writing about sales tax in 2012 and has been fascinated with it ever since. She has a penchant for uncovering unusual tax facts, and endeavors to make complex sales tax laws more digestible for both experts and laypeople.