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Can USA citizens avoid hotel taxes?

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A group of us will be primarily in Chile and Argentina next month. I read a post about keeping your "custom's slip". Then show when paying hotel charges. We enter SA in Santiago.

Questions:
1. Anybody have experience or knowledge?
2. However, don't remember a "custom's slip". Normally, they just waive you through customs. In other words, what is meant by a custom's slip?

Thanks!

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