MIAMI (CBSMiami) — It’s a good time to stock up on hurricane supplies.

Not only is the official start of the Atlantic hurricane season on Tuesday June 1, a 10-day sales tax “holiday” in which Floridians can buy certain hurricane supplies without paying taxes, begins today, Friday May 28.

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Shoppers will be able to avoid paying sales taxes on such items as reusable ice packs that cost $20 or less; portable self-powered radios, gas tanks and packages of batteries that cost $50 or less; non-electric food coolers that cost $60 or less; tarps that cost $100 or less; and portable generators that cost $1,000 or less.

The holiday, which runs through June 6, is expected to save shoppers $10.5 million in state and local sales taxes.

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There are also tax holidays planned for back-to-school supplies and recreational activities.

In late July and early August, Floridians won’t have to pay sales taxes for school supplies, some clothing and the first $1,000 for a computer.

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New to the “tax holiday” lineup is a “Freedom Week” during the first week of July on recreational purchases, as well as for purchasing tickets for concerts, athletic events and museums.

CBSMiami.com Team