- Although Montreal is equipped with great shopping, it cannot compare to shopping in New Hampshire, where there's zero percent sale tax. So, we've made a list of the best places to shop in New Hampshire.
- If you were looking for a way to save a dollar or two on your Christmas shopping, heading to this state to buy gifts will help you do exactly that!
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One thing Montreal has (well, yet another thing) is great shopping. There is no need to venture too far away from home to find amazing stores and boutiques. But another thing Montreal has (as with the rest of Canada) is high sales taxes. On that note, there are only five states in the U.S. that have no sales tax. And luckily for us, one of them is not too far of a drive from Montreal to make a weekend road trip of it. So, we've gathered some of the best places to shop in New Hampshire for you.
Welcome to the "Live Free Or Die" state. New Hampshire is a cornucopia of shopping with high-end brands, outlets, malls, and zero percent sales tax.
Weekend tourists flock to the New England state to take advantage of the prices and also the mass amounts of options.
As a Canadian escaping to the U.S. for some shopping, it does come with limitations as to what you can bring back. But as long as you're there for at least 48 hours, you won't have to pay any duty or taxes on your purchases:
If you want to save some money on all your Christmas shopping or want to check out some new stores, make sure to stop by these eight places next time you're in New Hampshire.