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Retailers prepare for sales tax holiday

Dylan Adkins, Senior Sales Consultant Dylan Adkins, Senior Sales Consultant
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Retailers are making final preparations for the sales tax holiday that begins in less than an hour.

Workers at Albany's Office Depot say they'll get to work early in the morning to stock up on popular items before the doors open.They also plan to have extra staff.The store is having its own sale for laptops on top of the Sales Tax Holiday.

"We have tech bundles actually, where they get like $400 worth of tech services for like $250,” said Dylan Adkins, Senior Sales Consultant. “So they're looking at saving anywhere between $120 to $180 if not more."

The tax break only applies to school supplies, clothes, and computers and computer supplies. It runs from August 1st until August 2nd.

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