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Freedom Tax Week July 1-July 7

During Summer 2022, Floridians can save money on camping gear, kayaks, snorkeling gear, fishing rods, outdoor supplies, sports equipment, concert tickets, annual museum memberships, sporting events, plays, gym memberships, batteries, coolers, generators, school supplies, uniforms, clothing, power tools, and more.

This Florida tax-free weekend was new in 2021 and is designed to provide tax relief on a variety of outdoor activities and live events. No sales tax will be collected on purchases made during July 1-7, 2022 for recreational activities and recreational supplies as listed below. Keep an eye out – we’ll likely also see some great sales and specials during this tax free week!

Concerts, Sporting Events, Live Performances, + Gyms

  • Live events and performances scheduled to be held between July 1, 2022, and December 31, 2022 – this includes concerts, sporting events, movies, ballets, plays, musical theatre performances, fairs, festivals, or cultural events.
  • Entry to a museum, including annual passes
  • Use of or access to state parks, including annual passes
  • Season tickets to ballet, play, or musical theatre performances
  • Use of or access to gyms and physical fitness facilities between July 1, 2022, and December 31, 2022
  • (Note that these tickets and memberships must be PURCHASED during the designated week)

Boating and Water Activity Supplies

  • The first $75 of the sales price of life jackets, coolers, paddles, and oars
  • The first $35 of recreational pool tubes, pool floats, inflatable chairs, and pool toys
  • The first $50 of the sales price of safety flares
  • The first $150 of the sales price of water skis, wakeboards, kneeboards, and recreational inflatable tubes or floats capable of being towed
  • The first $300 of the sales price of paddleboards and surfboards
  • The first $500 of the sales price of canoes and kayaks
  • The first $25 of the sales price of snorkels, goggles, and swimming masks

Camping Supplies

  • The first $200 of the sales price of tents
  • The first $50 of the sales price of sleeping bags, portable hammocks, camping stoves, and collapsible camping chairs
  • The first $30 of the sales price of camping lanterns or flashlights

Fishing Supplies

  • The first $75 of the sales price of rods and reels, if sold individually, or the first $150, if sold as a set
  • The first $30 of the sales price of tackle boxes or bags
  • The first $5 of the sales price of bait or fishing tackle, if sold per item, or the first $10, if multiple items are sold together.

General Outdoor Supplies

  • The first $15 of the sales price of sunscreen or insect repellant
  • The first $100 of the sales price of sunglasses
  • The first $200 of the sales price of binoculars
  • The first $30 of the sales price of water bottles
  • The first $50 of the sales price of hydration packs
  • The first $250 of the sales price of outdoor gas or charcoal grills
  • The first $50 of the sales price of bicycle helmets
  • The first $250 of the sales price of bicycles

Residential Pool Supplies

  • The first $100 of the sales price of individual residential pool and spa replacement parts,
    nets, filters, lights, and covers
  • The first $150 of the combined sales price of all residential pool and spa chemicals
    purchased by an individual

Sports Equipment

  • Any item used in individual or team sports, not including clothing or footwear, selling for $40 or less