SHERMAN -- Another year equals another tax-free weekend in Texas, and today is your last chance.
TJ-Maxx will be one of many stores that will participate in the back to school tradition. They opened their doors Thursday morning next to Best Buy in Sherman.
Officials say they expect to bring in big dollars during the weekend, something which Oklahoma stores did two weeks ago as they held their first annual tax-free holiday.
So what's tax-free, you ask? Here is the answer:
Backpacks for use by elementary and secondary students
Belts with attached buckles
Boots - cowboy, hiking
Caps/hats - baseball, fishing, golf, knitted
Coats and wraps
Diapers - adult and baby
Gym suits and uniforms
Hooded shirts and hooded sweatshirts
Jerseys - baseball and football
Neckwear and ties
Pants and trousers
Raincoats and ponchos
Shoes - sandals, slippers, sneakers, tennis, walking
Socks (including athletic)
Suits, slacks, and jackets
Work clothes and uniforms
Check this link for a detailed list of what items are and aren't available tax-free this weekend.