price for 64T in USA.

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price for 64T in USA.

Post by mr8mm » Thu Oct 13, 2005 5:03 pm

The price for 64T appears to be $13.95 for small quantities. If you order more than 200 the price drops to $11.93.

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Re: price for 64T in USA.

Post by reflex » Thu Oct 13, 2005 5:42 pm

mr8mm wrote:The price for 64T appears to be $13.95 for small quantities. If you order more than 200 the price drops to $11.93.

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Right, then. We'll all have to make feature films.
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Post by Angus » Thu Oct 13, 2005 7:27 pm

That's a good price....next time I'm in the states guess what I'm bringing back with me...
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Post by mattias » Thu Oct 13, 2005 7:31 pm

remember that u.s. prices are without sales tax. not that it's anywhere close to our vat, but it's still an extra buck per cart.

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Post by T-Scan » Thu Oct 13, 2005 7:54 pm

mattias wrote:remember that u.s. prices are without sales tax. not that it's anywhere close to our vat, but it's still an extra buck per cart.

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Ahhh, no sales tax in Oregon :P
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Post by mattias » Thu Oct 13, 2005 8:04 pm

i know. i bought half of cals pharmacy (skate shop) last time i was there. :-)

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Post by Will2 » Fri Oct 14, 2005 12:43 am

No sales tax in Delaware either... but then... who goes to Delaware?

Guess its close to Philadelphia if you're ever there.

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Re: price for 64T in USA.

Post by jpolzfuss » Fri Oct 14, 2005 11:09 am

reflex wrote:
mr8mm wrote:The price for 64T appears to be $13.95 for small quantities. If you order more than 200 the price drops to $11.93.

J.S.
Right, then. We'll all have to make feature films.
Or you'll buy 200 cartridges and sell 180 to 190 of them on eBay for $12.94 ;)

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Post by BolexPlusX » Fri Oct 14, 2005 12:45 pm

The Simpsons went to Delaware!

Marge: I can't believe it! We won another contest!
Homer: The Simpsons are going to Delaware!
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Post by scott » Fri Oct 14, 2005 3:34 pm

mattias wrote:remember that u.s. prices are without sales tax. not that it's anywhere close to our vat, but it's still an extra buck per cart.

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Answer: through out of state company, like B&H. No sales tax.
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Post by John_Pytlak » Fri Oct 14, 2005 6:06 pm

scott wrote:
mattias wrote:remember that u.s. prices are without sales tax. not that it's anywhere close to our vat, but it's still an extra buck per cart.

/matt
Answer: through out of state company, like B&H. No sales tax.
Athough some states (like New York) now have a line item on the state income tax to add any sales tax that would have been due on items bought through the Internet, mail order, or out of state.

Generally, if a company has ANY office or store in your state, they have to charge you the sales tax due in your state, even sent mail order from another state.
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Post by steve hyde » Fri Oct 14, 2005 6:20 pm

......and if your a student, don't forget to ask for the 20% discount. :D

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Post by scott » Fri Oct 14, 2005 6:47 pm

John_Pytlak wrote:
Athough some states (like New York) now have a line item on the state income tax to add any sales tax that would have been due on items bought through the Internet, mail order, or out of state.

Generally, if a company has ANY office or store in your state, they have to charge you the sales tax due in your state, even sent mail order from another state.
So, NY is collecting sales tax on items from out of state companies? Do they then send that money off to the state where the item was purchased? If not, what business do they have collecting sales tax on an item from an out-of-state vendor? I thought the federal government had ruled out passing laws like that in order to stimulate internat trade?

Anyway, as far as I know Pennsylvania has no such law, so I'm just fine. They do have a law pertaining specifically to cigarettes, but that is another animal......

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Post by BolexPlusX » Fri Oct 14, 2005 7:22 pm

My sister lives in West Chester, PA and has seen the Pennsylvania State police watching for folks hauling major purchases north from Delaware (major appliances and such) so they can pull them over and provide a formal "reminder" to pay the Pennsylvania state sales tax that is due.

-as if they weren't going to anyway! :wink:

-and in my opinion, New York or any other state has no business charging sales tax on an out of state sale. These taxes have always been justified as reflecting the state's cost in that sale. Even if I buy that cost running up towards 10%, I can't imagine how the state is incurring a cost for sales in another state.

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Post by John_Pytlak » Fri Oct 14, 2005 8:12 pm

AFAIK, the tax is levied by the state in which the purchaser resides. So if you live in New York, and buy something from out of state, the tax is paid to New York. As a New York resident, you can't register an automobile bought out of state without paying NY state sales tax.
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