1099 forms are tax forms used to report earnings that are not wages, salaries, or tips. If you have sold tickets on SeatGeek and reached gross total sales of $20,000 or more from 200 or more sales on SeatGeek in a single year, you will receive a 1099 form from our payment processor partner in the mail or via email.
When you receive your 1099 form for sales on SeatGeek via email, you may be asked to create an account with our payment processor partner, Stripe.
Please note, SeatGeek cannot provide tax advice. For more information, we encourage you to visit the IRS website and consult with your tax advisor. State taxes and tax thresholds vary. Please consult your state tax authority and check out Stripe's state tax requirements info page.