Peloton collects sales tax on Peloton subscriptions to comply with state and local tax requirements.
How is the tax amount determined?
For sales tax purposes, electronically delivered products and services are generally considered to be delivered to a member’s address, as reflected by their billing address.
If you live in a state that collects sales tax on digital subscriptions, you should expect applicable sales tax on your monthly or annual subscription payments.
Tax rates vary by state, city, and local jurisdiction and are based on the rates applicable at the time of your monthly charge. These amounts can change over time with state and local tax requirements.
For more information, please refer to your state's website.
Your billing zip code is used to determine your tax rate. This can be kept current by ensuring you have up to date payment information in your Peloton profile.
What happens if sales tax becomes required for my location?
If we become required to add sales tax to your subscription per your location, the change will be made to your account automatically. Peloton will not back-charge you for your prior months as a subscription holder.
Note: If you've moved since joining Peloton, please update your payment details to ensure you’re being billed correctly.
Where can I see what I’m being charged?
Your billing zip code is used to determine your tax rate and can be kept current by ensuring the payment information in your Peloton profile is up-to-date.
You can always see the details of your billing history by viewing your receipts:
- Log in at this link: www.onepeloton.com/settings/subscriptions
- Click on your subscription to see your subscription transactions
- Tax is the difference between the subtotal and total charged