Quote: Heads up: when buying Hurricane Preparedness items, it would be a good idea to separate them from other items that you are buying. The reason I say this is because when I bought the simple items like batteries, water, etc., they still taxed them. The cashier at Publix told me that it would be easier to separate the hurricane preparedness items separate from any other items you are buying, so that when you check out, there will be no questions about whether to tax them or not. Not every strore is up to date on the "non-taxable" items.
Just thought I'd share that little tidbit with you.
yep...I had the same problem at Publix here in Winter Haven tonight....
I got loaded up on a few things at Home Depot at lunch....getting ready!
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