Connecticut Sales Tax on Vending Machine Sales Connecticut: Sales Tax Handbook

Connecticut:

Are Vending Machine Sales subject to sales tax?

While Connecticut's sales tax generally applies to most transactions, certain items have special treatment in many states when it comes to sales taxes. This page describes the taxability of vending machine sales in Connecticut, including food and merchandise. To learn more, see a full list of taxable and tax-exempt items in Connecticut.


Food
EXEMPT
In the state of Connecticut, all candy, all carbonated and alcoholic beverages, cigarettes, any other tobacco products, and items which are not intended for human consumption are not considered to food products and thus are considered to be taxable. All sales made for 50 cents or less are considered to be exempt.

Merchandise
TAXABLE
In the state of Connecticut, sales for 50 cents or less are considered to be exempt.



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