Over at Consumerist.com, Dave asks an interesting question. Should GameStop be charging sales tax on an Xbox Live membership card? Generally speaking, only "tangible goods" are subject to sales tax, though every state is different.
If i can buy it online i do so. And if the site in in california i buy elsewhere so I dont have to pay taxes there either. if your charging tax i dont shop with you. And why on earth would people buy cards,you can get it right in the console. Is it for non credit card users?I've always wonderd about that.
They hit us for the 13% sales tax here in Ontario Canada for live and MS points.
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