08-16-2019 11:26 PM
Of course, in typical incompetent Best Buy fashion, the site isn't set up to handle the State Sales Tax holiday. Funny, even Walmart.com had no problem with this, but I guess we shouldn't expect to much from the Dork Squad imbeciles
08-17-2019 03:16 PM
While I wish BestBuy.com had this feature, I believe nckhammond is probably on to something. The vast majority of states don't allow tax free purchases on the items that Best Buy sells. It takes a considerable effort to set the site up for it due to what items qualify and it which states. That would make sense for a company like Wal-Mart or Kohl's, which sell items that are tax free in every state that offers it.
A few years back, the only thing I had in the whole store that qualified in my state were a couple of clearance Batman T-shirts that were sent as a movie release tie-in.
Good news is the store's themselves are able to process sales for any qualified tax free items.
08-18-2019 09:33 AM
Baloney. EVERYTHING under $2500 qualifies, and not just in MA. Other Retailers can do it without a problem. Best Buy is either too lazy or too incompetent, and as usual, seeks to only act in a fashion that wastes the customer's time and annoys
08-18-2019 10:01 AM