Monthly Archives: August 2019

Target Labor Day Sale Pepsi Mtn Dew 12 Packs $2.50

April 4, 2021

The following Labor Day promotion was active in previous years but has NOT yet been verified for 2021. As soon as we receive further information, we will update this page. Be sure to check back often!

Don’t miss the Labor Day Sale at Target. The last big sale of the summer is your chance to save on soda pop, chips, school supplies, TVs and electronics, prepaid smartphones, Halloween items, automotive necessities, clothing, plus much more.

As expected, Target has brought back their popular soda pop sale for the week leading up to Labor Day. All 12-pack cans of Pepsi and Mountain Dew varieties are on sale, 3 for $10. Spend $20 and get a FREE $5 Target Gift Card. This makes your net price just $15 for six 12 packs, or $2.50 each. You’ll find the coupon in the Target Labor Day sale circular or check your Wallet by using the Target app on your smartphone.

Price valid through Saturday, August 31, 2019 at participating locations. Limit one free $5 Gift Card offer per customer. Most Target stores will be open holiday hours on Labor Day (Monday, September 2.)

Sonny’s BBQ $6.99 All You Can Eat Chicken

April 4, 2021

The following promotion was active in previous years but has NOT yet been verified for 2021. As soon as we receive further information, we will update this page. Be sure to check back often!

Sonny’s BBQ has an all-you-can-eat promotion too good to refuse! Get chicken plus 2 sidekicks and bread for just $6.99! These days, it’s hard to find a fast food meal for this price. Sonny’s BBQ comes through with all the chicken you can handle, bread, plus your favorite 2 sidekicks for only $6.99:

– Original Recipe BBQ Beans
– Homestyle Mac & Cheese
– Homemade Cole Slaw
– Green Beans
– Crinkle-Cut Fries
– Baked Sweet Potato
– Corn on the Cob
– Potato Salad

A deal this good can only last one day! Offer available Wednesday, August 21, 2019 at participating locations. Not valid in conjunction with any other coupon or special promotional discount. Most Sonny’s BBQ restaurants will be open holiday hours on Labor Day (Monday, September 2.)

Indiana Sales Tax Holiday Free Weekend

April 4, 2021

If you live in Indiana, I have some bad news: Indiana will not be having a sales tax holiday or tax free weekend in 2021. All back to school purchases during July and August will be subject to the normal sales tax rate. Indiana is one of few states that does not charge county or city sales tax. In all areas, the total sales tax is 7%.

If you happen to be traveling this summer, these 16 states WILL be holding sales tax holidays: Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Florida, Iowa, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia. Alaska, Delaware, Montana, New Hampshire, and Oregon have no state sales tax. In Minnesota and Pennsylvania, clothing and footwear are exempt.

Keep your fingers crossed and maybe (hopefully!) your legislators will enact an Indiana sales tax holiday for 2022.

Maine Sales Tax Holiday Free Weekend

April 4, 2021

If you live in Maine, I have some bad news: Maine will not be having a sales tax holiday or tax free weekend in 2021. All back to school purchases during July and August will be subject to the normal sales tax rate. Maine is one of few states that does not charge county or city sales tax. In all areas, the total sales tax is 5.5%.

If you happen to be traveling this summer, these 16 states WILL be holding sales tax holidays: Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Florida, Iowa, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia. Alaska, Delaware, Montana, New Hampshire, and Oregon have no state sales tax. In Minnesota and Pennsylvania, clothing and footwear are exempt.

Keep your fingers crossed and maybe (hopefully!) your legislators will enact a Maine sales tax holiday for 2022.

Hawaii Sales Tax Holiday Free Weekend

April 4, 2021

If you live in Hawaii, I have some bad news: Hawaii will not be having a sales tax holiday or tax free weekend in 2021. All back to school purchases during July and August will be subject to the normal combined state + local sales tax rate. Depending on location, the total sales tax is either 4.0% or 4.5%. Technically, Hawaii does not have a sales tax. Instead, they levy a General Excise Tax on the business. In nearly all cases, the store or restaurant will pass this tax on to the purchaser as if it were a sales tax.

If you happen to be traveling this summer, these 16 states WILL be holding sales tax holidays: Alabama, Arkansas, Connecticut, Florida, Iowa, Maryland, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia. Alaska, Delaware, Montana, New Hampshire, and Oregon have no state sales tax. In Minnesota and Pennsylvania, clothing and footwear are exempt.

Keep your fingers crossed and maybe (hopefully!) your legislators will enact a Hawaii sales tax holiday for 2022.