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Oklahoma sales tax changes effective July 1, 2019

Several local sales and use tax rate changes take effect in Oklahoma on July 1, 2019.

Location Type of tax Rate change New Rate
Cherokee Sales and use  -0.25% 9.50%
Gate Use  +2.00% 8.50%
Knowles Use  +2.00% 8.50%
Perry Sales and use  +1.00% 10.25%
Rogers County Sales and use +1.00% 6.333%
Texas County Sales and use +0.45% 5.95%

In addition, a new 5% lodgings tax takes effect in Chandler, and a new 4% lodgings tax takes effect in Stillwater.

Additional details are available from the Oklahoma Tax Commission.

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Oklahoma sales tax changes archive

Local sales and use tax rate changes are scheduled to take effect in Oklahoma on April 1, 2019.

In Beckham County, the county sales and use tax rate will jump from .25% to .35%, for a combined state and local rate of 4.85%.

The county sales and use tax rate in Carter County will increase from .75% to .875%, for a total rate of 5.375%.


Several local sales and use tax rate increases will take effect in Oklahoma on January 1, 2019.

Rate changes

Hennessey is increasing the sales and use tax rate from 3.5% to 4%, for a combined rate of 8.5%.

Jackson County is increasing the sales and use tax rate from 0.5% to 0.625%, for a combined rate of 5.125%.

New taxes

Dustin is imposing a new 4% use tax.

Remote seller sales tax collection obligations

As of July 1, 2018, many remote sellers are required to collect and remit sales and use tax in Oklahoma due to the enactment of HB 1019. However, Oklahoma provides a small seller exception for remote retailers whose sales of taxable tangible personal property in Oklahoma were less than $10,000 during the previous 12-month period. Additionally, remote sellers may opt to comply with use tax notification and reporting requirements for non-collecting sellers instead.

To facilitate remote seller sales and use tax compliance, the Oklahoma Tax Commission now offers simplified remote seller registration through the Oklahoma Taxpayer Access Point. It also invites remote sellers to register through the Streamlined Sales Tax Registration System (SSTR).

Registering in Streamlined Sales Tax (SST) states through SSTR has certain benefits. For example, member states cover the costs of certified service providers (CSPs) like Avalara, which calculate, collect, remit, and file sales tax returns on behalf of clients in all member states. Learn more about multistate sales and use tax compliance through the SST.


City sales and use tax rate changes

  • Laverne: 2.25% to 3.25%
  • McAlester: 3.5% to 3.75%
  • Shawnee: 3% to 3.5%

In addition, Glencoe will impose a new 4.662% use tax.

County sales and use tax rate changes

  • Rogers County: 1.833% to 0.833%

Additional details are available from the Oklahoma Tax Commission.


Several sales and use tax rate changes took effect in Oklahoma July 1, 2018.

Sales tax

  • The sales tax rate in Loyal increased to 4% (from 2%)
  • Stonewall increased the sales tax rate to 4% (from 3%

Use tax

  • Boley imposed a new use tax with a rate of 5%   

Sales and use tax

  • The sales and use tax rate in Weatherford increased to 4.5% (from 4%)
  • Wilson increased the sales and use tax rate to 4% (from 3.25%)
  • The sales and use tax rate in Okmulgee City increased to 1.583% (from 1.25%)

See the TaxRates Oklahoma page for more information about sales and use tax in Oklahoma.


Several local sales and use tax rate changes are set to take effect in Oklahoma as of April 1, 2018.

City rate changes

  • Del City, increasing from 4% to 4.5%
  • Spencer, increasing from 4% to 5%
  • The Village, jumping from 4% to 4.5%
  • Wagoner, increasing from 3% to 4%

County rate changes

  • Johnston County, increasing from 1.5% to 2%
  • Pontotoc County, changing from 0.313% to 0.875%

See the Oklahoma Tax Commission for additional details.


Several local sales and use tax rate changes are scheduled to take effect in Oklahoma on October 1, 2017.

City sales tax rate changes

  • Erick will increase sales and use tax from 4% to 5%
  • Kingfisher will drop the rate from 3.5% to 3.335%
  • Westport is a new tax jurisdiction with a sales and use tax rate of 2.5%

County sales tax rate changes

  • Blaine County will increase the rate from 0.75% to 0.875%
  • Pontotoc County will decrease sales and use tax from 0.875% to 0.125%
  • Tillman County will increase the rate from 1.5% to 2%

Additional information is available from the Oklahoma Tax Commission.


Several local sales and use tax rate changes are set to take effect in Oklahoma on July 1, 2017. All are in sparsely populated towns.

New use tax

Earlsboro, in Pottawatomie County, will impose a new 3% use tax. The town currently has a population of about 630, down considerably from its peak of 1,950 in 1930. According to a 1959 article in the Daily Oklahoman, Earlsboro is “the town that whisky built and oil broke.

Sales and use tax rate increases

North Miami will increase its sales tax by 0.5%, to 3.5%. This won’t affect too many people, as North Miami has a population of 382 (give or take a few).

Sperry, which has a population of approximately 1,250, will increase its sales and use tax by 0.6%, to 3.6%. Additional information.

Tax automation software simplifies sales and use tax compliance for businesses that collect in multiple jurisdictions, including small towns like Earlsboro, North Miami, and Sperry, Oklahoma. Learn how it works.


Several local sales and use tax rate changes are set to take effect in Oklahoma on April 1, 2017.

Rate decreases

  • Healdton: 4% (previously 4.5%)
  • Atoka County: 1.75% (previously 2%)
  • Beckham County: 0.25% (previously 0.3%)
  • Mayes County: 1.375% (previously 1.5%)

Rate increases

  • Cyril: 4% (previously 3%)
  • Porum: 5% (previously 4%)

New local sales tax

  • Gate: 2%

Additional information is available from the Oklahoma Tax Commission.


Updated 8.8.2016

Numerous local sales and use tax rate changes are scheduled to take effect in Oklahoma on October 1, 2016.

New use tax

  • Holdenville: 5%

Sales and use tax rate increases

  • Blackwell: from 4% to 5%
  • Colcord: from 3% to 4%
  • Kansas: from 3% to 5%
  • Medicine Park: from 3.75% to 4.125%
  • Mooreland: from 3% to 4%
  • Shattuck: from 3% to 4%
  • Webbers Falls: from 3.5% to 5.5%
  • West Siloam Springs: from 3.75% to 4.75%

Sales and use tax rate decreases

  • Sayre: from 5% to 4%

Additional information, including reporting codes, is available at the Oklahoma Tax Commission website.


Updated 5.17.2016

Local sales and use tax rate changes are set to take effect in Oklahoma on July 1, 2016.

City rate changes

  • Atoka: up from 3% to 4%
  • Chickasha: down from 3.969% to 3.75%
  • Glenpool: up from 4% to 4.55%
  • Guthrie: up from 3% to 3.75%
  • Skiatook: up from 3% to 3.5%
  • Stigler: up from 3% to 3.5%

County rate changes

  • Grady: up from 0.5% to 0.75%
  • Hughes: up from 0.25% to 1%
  • Major: up from 0.75% to 1%
  • Pottawatomie: up from 1% to 1.495%
  • Woodward: down from 1.325% to 0.90%

Additional information, including location codes, is available through the Oklahoma Tax Commission.


Numerous local sales and use tax rate changes will take effect in Oklahoma on April 1, 2016.

New use tax

New use taxes take effect in each of the cities listed below (with new use tax rates):

  • Byng: 2%
  • Dougherty: 2%
  • East Duke: 2%
  • Fort Supply: 3%

Sales and use tax rate changes

The cities and counties listed below (with new rates) are increasing sales and use tax rates as of April 1:

  • Pocola: 4% (a 1% increase)
  • Rush Springs: 4.5% (a 1% increase)
  • Love County: 2.5% (a 0.5% increase)
  • Pottawatomie County: 1.495% (a 0.495% increase)

Additional information, including reporting codes, is available on the Oklahoma Tax Commission website.


The Oklahoma Tax Commission has announced numerous local sales and use tax rate changes in Oklahoma, effective January 1, 2016.

City rate changes (listed with COPO)

  • Bartlesville (5701 and 7401): sales tax rate will increase from 3% to 3.4%
  • Del City (5505): sales and use tax rate will increase from 3% to 3.4%
  • Gore (6807): sales and tax rate will increase from 3.5% to 4%
  • Hollis (2904): sales and use tax rate will increase from 2% to 3%
  • Norman (1411): sales and use tax rate will increase from 3.5% to 4%.

County rate changes (listed with COPO)

  • Marshall County (4888): sales and use tax rate will increase from 1.75% to 2%
  • Pittsburg County (6188): sales and use tax rate will increase from 0.5% to 1.5%

What’s a new quarter without a few local tax rate changes?

Effective October 1, 2015, more than half-a-dozen Oklahoma localities will have new or changed sales, use, and/or lodging tax rates. These are:

  • Bokchito: Sales tax will increase from 3% to 4%.
  • Drumright: A new 4% lodging tax will take effect
  • Kingfisher: Sales and use tax will increase from 3% to 3.5%
  • Marietta: Sales and use tax will increase from 2% to 3%.
  • Pittsburg: A new 3% use tax will take effect.
  • Red Oak: Sales and use tax will increase from 2% to 3%.
  • Seiling: A new 4% sales and use tax will take effect.
  • Pittsburg County: The outlier. Sales and use tax will decrease from 1% to 0.5%.

Additional information, including reporting codes, is available through the Oklahoma Tax Commission.


Updated 5.8.2015

The Oklahoma Tax Commission has announced numerous local sales, use and lodging tax changes, effective July 1, 2015.

Sales and use tax

  • Barnsdall: increasing from 3% to 4%
  • Clinton: increasing from 4% to 4.5% (COPO 2011 and 7511)
  • Colbert: increasing from 3% to 4%
  • Commerce: increasing from 3% to 4%
  • Okmulgee: new 4% sales and use tax
  • Vici: increasing from 3% to 4%
  • Cotton County: increasing from 1.25% to 2%
  • Custer County: decreasing from 1% to 0.5%

Sales tax

  • Rattan: increasing from 2% to 3.5%
  • Castle: increasing from 2% to 3%

Use tax

  • Foster: new 4% use tax
  • Rattan: new 3.5% use tax

Lodging tax

  • Grove: new 5% lodging tax

Additional information is available through the tax commission.


Updated 2.4.2015

Several local sales and use tax rate increases will take effect in Oklahoma on April 1, 2015.

In Elk City, sales and use tax will jump from 4% to 4.5%.

In Healdton, the sales and use tax rate will increase from 4% to 4.5%.

In Nicoma Park, the rate will jump from 4% to 5%.

In Owasso, sales and use tax will increase from 3% to 3.5%.

And in Grady County, the rate will increase from 0.375% to 0.50%


New taxes and local sales tax rate changes have been announced for the state of Oklahoma. All new and changing rates are increases, and all take effect on January 1, 2015.

New taxes

  • Bethel Acres: 2.5% sales tax.
  • Bridgeport: 3% sales and use tax

Tax rate changes

  • Glencoe: sales tax will increase from 4% to 4.662%.
  • Comanche County: sales and use tax will increase from 0.25% to 0.375%
  • Leflore County: sales and use tax will increase from 1.5% to 2%
  • Logan County: sales and use tax will increase from 0.25% to 0.75%
  • Mayes County: sales and use tax will increase from 1.375% to 1.50%

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