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About Us

Allow Us to Introduce Ourselves

TFL’s journey began in 2004 as Tickets For Less, when CEO Dan Rouen faced a dilemma: he couldn’t make it to the Kansas Jayhawks basketball game. Instead of letting his tickets go to waste, he decided to list them on eBay. To his surprise, the listing generated significant interest, sparking his venture into the world of ticketing. Rouen built TFL on the founding principle of no extra fees which set the stage for years to come.

Two decades later, Rouen now stands as the CEO of a prominent national wholesale ticket company, ranked in the top 10 nationwide. Today, TFL not only offers cutting-edge technology solutions to businesses and organizations but also collaborates with professional sports teams, college athletic departments, artists, venues and other rightsholders in the industry. TFL provides a robust platform for customers to buy and sell tickets to a wide range of events, from concerts to sports games and theater performances across the United States.

With our headquarters in Kansas City and additional offices in St. Louis, MO, Omaha, NE and Tuscaloosa, AL, TFL has grown to a workforce of over 100 employees. TFL was recently named to the 2023 Inc. 5000, an annual list of the fastest-growing private companies in America. As a testament to our success, TFL consistently ranks at the top of all distribution partners and sellers nationwide, solidifying our reputation as a trusted and innovative player in the ticketing industry.

Our Core Values


Our commitment to innovation drives us to constantly evolve our technology and services, ensuring that our customers have access to the latest advancements in the industry. We are dedicated to staying ahead of the curve, adapting to new trends and pioneering fresh approaches to improve your experiences.


Our company was founded on the principle of transparent pricing and no hidden agendas or fees. We believe in sharing information openly, so you have a clear understanding of our actions and can make informed decisions. TFL takes pride in having an open and honest relationship with our clients and our customers.


We hold ourselves responsible for the services we provide and the promises we make. If any issues arise, we’ll take ownership of finding solutions and delivering results. At TFL, we value the trust placed in us and will always exceed your expectations. Our dedication to accountability ensures that your needs are met with diligence and integrity.

History of TFL


Tickets For Less is born.


First Retail Location

The first Tickets For Less retail location is opened in Price Chopper in Overland Park, KS.


New Location

Tickets For Less moves to First National Bank of Olathe, which is now called Central Bank of the Midwest.


Second Location

A second retail location is added at Oak Park Mall through the acquisition of Ace Sports and Nationwide Tickets.


Brickhouse Sports Acquisition

Tickets For Less acquires Brickhouse Sports.


New Location

Tickets For Less moves to its current headquarters at 7311 W 130 St. STE 100, Overland Park KS 66213.


Ticket Solutions Acquisition

Tickets For Less acquires Ticket Solutions, adding an Alabama location at 1410 University Blvd Suite 2, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401.


B2B Operations

Tickets For Less announces its B2B operations will operate under the Ticket Solutions brand.


Just Tix Acquisition

Tickets For Less acquires San Francisco-based Just Tix.


Ticket Express Acquisition

Tickets For Less acquires Ticket Express, adding a location in Omaha, NE.


St. Louis Location

Tickets For Less adds a St. Louis location at 8550 Eager Rd, Brentwood, MO 63144.


ATBS Acquisition

Tickets For Less acquires ATBS.



Tickets For Less rebrands to TFL.


Omaha Location

TFL’s Omaha location moves to 14543 W. Center Road.