Oklahoma Sales Tax

Rates

  • State sales tax rate 4.5%
  • Local rate0% - 7%
  • Combined rate4.5% - 11.5%
  • *Local rates are set by the county, city or other taxing district.
  • *Shipping is not taxable if separately stated

Major Cities/Counties

  • Oklahoma City 8.625%
  • Tulsa 8.517%
  • Edmond 8.25%
  • Norman 8.75%
  • Lawton 9%
  • Stillwater 8.813%
  • Enid 9.1%
  • Bartlesville 8.9%

Oklahoma Sales & Use Tax Information

The Oklahoma (OK) state sales tax rate is currently 4.5%, ranking 36th-highest in the U.S. Depending on local municipalities, the total tax rate can be as high as 11.5%. The average local rate is 4.43%. The average combined tax rate is 8.93%, ranking 6th in the US.

Oklahoma state use tax must be paid on tangible personal property purchased and brought into this state for storage, use or consumption.

In some of the cities, local taxes apply to both intra-state and inter-state transactions.

In Oklahoma, food is taxable, but prescription drugs for human consumption are exempt from sales tax.

Oklahoma has annual Back to School Sales Tax Holiday (Aug 3-5, 2018). During the holiday, clothing and shoe purchases under $100 per item are free of tax.

Oklahoma participates in the Streamlined Sales Tax Project (SSTP).

Lowest Tax Rates

  • Luther 4.5%
  • Carter 4.75%
  • Lexington 4.75%
  • Texola 4.75%
  • Bison 4.85%
  • Calumet 4.85%
  • Carrier 4.85%
  • Covington 4.85%

Highest Tax Rates

  • Boley 11.5%
  • Hallett 11%
  • Savanna 11%
  • Webbers Falls 10.65%
  • Canute 10.5%
  • Checotah 10.5%
  • Clayton 10.5%
  • Foss 10.5%