With the move to mobile ticketing, you will now manage your season tickets through your desktop computer or mobile device via the NCAA Account Manager. Below is the user guide to get you started!
1099-K Tax Form Update
Per the American Rescue Act of 2021, the IRS changed the reporting thresholds for e-commerce sales such that Ticketmaster is required to issue 1099 forms to sellers who earn more than $600 annually from sales on a Ticketmaster U.S. marketplace (including NCAA Account Manager). All fans and patrons who listed tickets for sale on a Ticketmaster U.S. marketplace were notified of this requirement.
Initially, the new $600 threshold was scheduled to go into effect on January 1, 2022, however, the IRS recently announced a postponement to January 1, 2023.
If you exceeded the federal or state thresholds for the previous year, Ticketmaster will send you a Form 1099-K. You may also download it directly online via their Download Your 1099-K page. If you do not exceed the annual threshold, you will not receive a Form 1099-K. Starting in 2023, the federal reporting threshold will be $600. Learn more about the Form 1099-K.
For sales completed on or after January 1, 2023, fans will only be eligible to receive payment through Ticketmaster if they provide their taxpayer information (or confirm that they are not subject to U.S. tax law).
For sales completed in the 2022 tax year, Ticketmaster will release previously held payments to fans whose earnings did not meet the revised 2022 thresholds. Payments to these fans are expected beginning this week.
NCAA Account Manager User Guide
- To see the PDF in a full screen format press “Click Here for Full Screen Format” in red.
- For options to download or print use the >> arrows in the upper right hand corner of the document.
MCWS Event Tips:
- YOUR PHONE IS YOUR TICKET.
- Ticket is NOT valid printed on paper OR as a screenshot.
- Make sure your phone is charged with a bright screen.
- Transfer or accept a transfer and add tickets to your Apple Wallet OR Google Pay IN ADVANCE.
- Don’t have a smartphone? – bring your confirmation email /photo ID to the Box Office or Gate representative on the day of the event for assistance.
How do I sell my tickets?
The NCAA Ticket Exchange will open on Wednesday, April 26, 2023 through Ticketmaster. The official NCAA Ticket Exchange is the only 100% guaranteed NCAA-approved secondary ticket marketplace that allows fans to buy and sell NCAA MCWS tickets with other fans.
- After logging in to your NCAA Account Manager, select ‘My Events’ in the navigation bar and select the event in which you’d like to sell tickets.
- Select ‘Sell Tickets’ and select the seats you would like to sell. Click Next.
- By default, the ticket resale price will be recommended based on the average price on tickets sold and tickets currently listed on Ticketmaster’s resale marketplace. The option to set a different price is available by clicking the + or – buttons under ‘Price Per Ticket’. You may also click into the field and enter a price. Select Continue.
- Review the resale information. Choose the preferred payout method in the dropdown and add the payee information.
- Click ‘Submit Listing’ to post your tickets for resale.
Ticketmaster is the exclusive ticketing partner for the NCAA Men’s College World Series.