Parents and guardians are heading to the stores with kids in tow as they seek school supplies.
In a few weeks, Virginians will be able to save money on certain items.
The Sales Tax Holiday is from 12:01 a.m. on August 6 to 11:59 p.m. on August 8, according to the Virginia Department of Taxation website.
Customers can avoid paying sales tax when they purchase eligible school supplies that are no more than $20 a piece, and clothes and shoes which cost $100 or less.
Back to school apparel and materials aren’t the only goods that qualify.
Community members aren’t required to pay sales tax when they purchase specific Energy Star or WaterSense items for a maximum of $2,500.
The sale also includes portable generates with a price tag of $1,000 or less and gas-powered chainsaws costing up to $350. Chainsaw accessories and other products related to hurricane preparation that are no more than $60 are eligible, as well.