Here’s how Mass. residents can get a 13-percent discount at N.H. liquor and wine outlets

The "No Taxation on Our Libations" offer runs through Labor Day.

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CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — To highlight New Hampshire’s tax-free status and to thank out-of-state customers who make up more than half of its annual sales, the state liquor commission is offering them discounts at its liquor and wine outlet stores.

The “No Taxation on Our Libations” sale is providing customers from Massachusetts a 13 percent discount, Vermont a 12 percent discount, and Maine an 11 percent discount, double each state’s sales tax rate. New Hampshire residents will be offered a 13 percent discount.

Eligible customers from all other states can receive one-time coupons valid from now through Monday, Sept. 3.

To take part, customers must submit their email addresses and select their home states at www.liquorandwineoutlets.com/notax. They will be sent discount coupons in accordance with their states.