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South Dakota Sales Tax Rate

South Dakota has a 4% state sales tax, plus any additional local taxes. An additional 1.5% sales tax is added during the summer season on sales occurring in tourism-related businesses and dedicated to the state's office of tourism.

City governments are allowed a maximum of 2% sales tax for use by the local government. Tribal governments are allow to charge a higher local government tax rate, as they have a special agreement with the State of South Dakota.

While city governments are not restricted to a 2% tax, they can impose a gross receipts tax on things like lodging, alcohol, restaurants, and admissions. These gross receipts are passed on by the business as a tax and could be considered a sales tax.

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