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Discussion in 'PSP - Games & Content' started by rikuumi, Nov 6, 2009.
Are you serious about Oregon not having sales tax? That's crazy, it's 10% where I live
10% in Canada... but that's GST (government (5%)) and PST (provincial (5% in Saskatchewan)) combined.
And if you put the zip code from tortuga island, you get your game for free...
Wow, that is very dishonesty. I prefer be honest but thanks for tips however no thanks.
It's actually kinda dishonest on Sony's part. Why should you pay state tax for digital distribution?
just try it... its really working. And google, Oregon dosnt have taxes!
Yeah, regarding the dishonesty comment... I read somewhere that Sony still charges you sales tax even if you pay with a PSN card (or whatever they're called). So you pay tax on the card *and* what you buy with it, nevermind the fact it's intangible
Man I wish I could do that with Steam so I could pay in dollars and dodge the tax.
Synce i know that.. before i found this exploit i made thread about that why we must pay 2x taxes..
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Seriously, Taxes on PSN=fail, especially they already charge jacked up rates for PSP Re-releases. Nice find
Good old UK governments and their 17% VAT. ¬¬
California doesn't have taxes too.
I use a californian address at my PS3 .
there isnt tax on steam for me o.0 if it says the game is 19.99 i pay 19.99...
It is currently at 15% but will be going up to 17.5% VAT soon.
Were I like in New York City its 8% tax. Sucks for me.
Hehe, I don't use PSN store cos my PSP can't seem to even detect my connection...
I live in washington so its like 15% here..
Oh wow, unless I find a Province with no PST I might start buying stuff on US PSN using my parents address in California.
This way I still stay honest and dodge the taxes =P
I think the taxes I paid on PSN combined would net me another downloadable game.. sigh..
California has 7.25% sales tax according to this...
I don't know.. I still use my old New Jersey address and they charge me 7% sales tax.