Updated 8/7/20


The second sales tax holiday weekend focuses on restaurant sales begins at 12:01 a.m. today and ends Sunday, August 9th, at 11:59 p.m.
This weekend will begin the 15th annual Sales Tax Holiday in Tennessee, though it will look a little different this year.
In June, the General Assembly approved an extension of the 2020 Sales Tax Holiday.
Not only did they double the price limits for tax-exempt items, but also included an additional weekend for the retail sale of food and drink at restaurants to be tax-exempt.
Citizens, restaurants, and retailers across our community have felt the economic hit from the COVID-19 pandemic, making this Sales Tax Holiday perhaps more important than ever before.
During this time the retail sale of food and drink by restaurants is exempt from sales tax.       
For more information about the sales tax holiday weekends, visit tntaxholiday.com.