Tax free shopping in Philly is real retail therapy.

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There’s little to choose between New York and Philadelphia on many levels from food to football, but when it comes to tax free shopping in Philly this city has a definite edge.

Maybe it’s because Black Friday (the day after Thanksgiving which heralds the busiest shopping day of the year as Philly folks start their Christmas shopping). began here, But as Pennsylvania has no tax on clothes and shoes, tax free shopping in Philly is far cheaper than the Big Apple, just an hour away. So New Yorkers regularly make their way south to take advantage of Philly’s retail therapy. There’s over 2,000 shops and boutiques in downtown Philly including many designer outlets and Macy’s flagship store in the historic Wannamaker Building close to City Hall. Nearby, the King of Prussia Mall, Franklin Mills Mall and Philadelphia Premium Outlets provide some of the best shopping opportunities in the philly

The good news for Europe is the Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau offer  shopping discount package programs available through tour operators in the UK, France, Italy, Spain, Germany and The Netherlands. You can discounts at many of Philly’s stores, so now there’s an even bigger reason to get your therapy in Philly.

Tax Free Philly



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