NASHVILLE, Tenn. – As students in Middle Tennessee headed back to the classroom this weekend, retailers geared up for this year’s tax-free holiday weekend.
This year's tax-free weekend began at 12:01 a.m. Friday and ends Sunday, August 9 at 11:59 p.m.
Computers and laptops, less than $1500, were included in the exemptions. However, items such as monitors, keyboards and scanners, will be taxed when sold by themselves.
Clothing and school supplies that cost $100 or less were also included.
Many stores have extended business hours this weekend for the holiday.
Tennessee is not the only state holding the tax-free weekend. The mid-state is one of 18 states giving shoppers big deals this year.
Last year, people saved about $10 million.
Friday, students in Rutherford and Williamson counties headed to class for the first time, while Metro held its first full day of school.
To learn everything you need to know about this weekend's Sales Tax Holiday, click here.