Ga. Revenue Dept. Says Super Bowl Tickets Exempt From Tax

Law360 (December 3, 2018, 6:08 PM EST) -- The Georgia Department of Revenue said Monday that tickets to the next Super Bowl and events related to the game will be exempt from sales and use taxes.

In a policy bulletin, the department stated that all admissions to the Feb. 3 game in Atlanta and related events are exempt from sales and use taxes. Related events are any events sponsored by the National Football League and its affiliates including Opening Night — the Super Bowl media event — and the Super Bowl Experience, the league's interactive theme park. The department cautioned that National Football League teams are not NFL affiliates,...

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