Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Boca Java Coffee Sales-Tax Free Shopping

Boca Java Free Shipping

Centsible's Sales Tax Free Shopping Series

Boca Java Only Charges Sales Tax On Orders Shipping To Florida, California and New York.

Boca Java offers sales tax savings for orders shipping outside of Florida, California and New York. All orders shipping to states other than those three will not have sales tax applied to them.

How much savings does this mean and what are the shipping charges?

Boca Java Home Coffee Delivery Service

Depending on the state you live in, your state sales tax savings are between 1% (Illinois food sales tax) and 5.5% (Tennessee food sales tax).* Standard delivery for Boca Java is provided by the USPS and the charge depends on the method of shipment requested, your delivery location and the total weight of your order. Orders totalling $40 or more ship for free from Boca Java though! You should note expedited services involve additional cost, and orders shipping outside of the continental US (as well as Post Office Box addresses) are charged an additional $4 (or $8 if the package weighs over 10 pounds) in delivery charges. The Centsible opinion is stock up and order $40 or more in coffee, tea, cocoa, chai and brewing equipment. 47 U.S. states will have no sales tax applied and your shipping will be free. How good is that?

Is this a good deal for you?

If you're in Florida, you will pay sales tax on your order, but standard shipping will get your order there within one business day usually! New York and California maybe won't see so much value as delivery takes a little longer than most other parts of the country and there are no sales tax benefits. Its up to you though - the prices on their beverages and brewing equipment ARE pretty good!

Be sure to check out Centsible's full online review of the Boca Java Online Shopping Experience for full details. For part 6 in the series, tomorrow we'll be reviewing Cookies Kids online shopping sales tax breaks.

* Sales tax rate information taken from the FTA State Sales Tax Rates as of January 1, 2008 -

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