Booking an Airbnb listing in Oklahoma will get more expensive in a couple weeks.
On July first, Airbnb will start collecting the 4.5 percent state sales tax, local sales and use taxes, and local lodging taxes on bookings in Oklahoma.
Airbnb is the latest major internet company to work with the commission on the issue of online sales tax.
"So, they will remit that to the state, and that's something that we will remit back to the local communities," said Paula Ross with the Oklahoma Tax Commission. "So, it's something that's good for the state of Oklahoma."