Connecticut: Sales Tax Handbook
2023 List of Connecticut Local Sales Tax Rates
Lowest sales tax (6.35%) Highest sales tax (6.35%)
Connecticut has state sales tax of 6.35%, and allows local governments to collect a local option sales tax of up to N/A. There are a total of 1 local tax jurisdictions across the state, collecting an average local tax of N/A. Click here for a larger sales tax map, or here for a sales tax table.
Combined with the state sales tax, the highest sales tax rate in Connecticut is 6.35% in the cities of Stamford, Bridgeport, Waterbury, New Haven and Hartford (and 101 other cities).Last updated June 2023
Connecticut County-Level Sales Taxes
In the map of Connecticut above, the eight counties in Connecticut are colorized based on the maximum sales tax rate that occurs within that county. Counties marked with a in the list below have a county-level sales tax. You can also download a Connecticut sales tax rate database.
|County Name||Tax Rate|
|New Haven County||6.35%|
|New London County||6.35%|
Connecticut City and Locality Sales Taxes
Cities or towns marked with an have a local city-level sales tax, potentially in addition to additional local government sales taxes. Click on any city name for the applicable local sales tax rates.
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