Tickets For Less is a private ticket broker that buys and sells tickets for all nationwide concerts and sporting events on the secondary market. Contact our friendly staff for NFL tickets, MLB tickets, NBA tickets, concert tickets, and theater tickets. Our knowledgeable staff is committed to providing the best in customer service. Unlike many other ticket brokers, we do not charge any hidden service fees or tax at checkout.
At Tickets For Less, the price you see is the price you pay. Our loyal customer base appreciates this direct approach to ticket sales. Because of our repeat business and customer referrals, we have become the largest ticket broker for tickets to Kansas City Chiefs, Kansas City Royals, KU Basketball, Kansas Speedway, and all Sprint Center events. We also pay top dollar for hard-to-get and premium tickets for nationwide concerts and sporting events.
We have been providing excellent customer service since 2004. Please note that all tickets are bought and sold at market value, and Tickets For Less is not affiliated with any team, box office, or venue.
You can contact Tickets For Less by phone at 913-685-3322 or at our Overland Park, Kans., location.
After months with no live events with fans in attendance, some venues and stadiums are opening back up to fans. From the Chiefs and Sporting Kansas City to area college football stadiums and Kansas Speedway, attendance at live sporting events is returning. Multiple smaller concert venues are also opening up to fans in the Kansas […]
Two months ago, sports returned with the MLS is Back Tournament in Orlando, Fla. Baseball, basketball and hockey returned in the following weeks. Football is on track to return in a few weeks. With so much going on in the professional sports world, here is an update on the state of each league. BASEBALL Baseball […]
The landscape of the 2020 college football season has become clearer this week, with the Big 12, ACC and SEC all announcing their intentions to move forward with a season this fall. On Tuesday, the Big Ten and Pac-12 announced they are postponing their seasons with the hopes to play in spring of 2021. Today, […]
The Big 12 Conference announced on Monday, August 3rd that the conference will adopt a ten game season in 2020. The Big 12 Board of Directors mapped out a “9+1” football schedule Monday. This includes nine conference games, plus one non-conference opponent. The single non-conference game will be played at home. The conference said that […]
The return of professional sports is finally here. Baseball is set to begin this week on July 23rd, with basketball following suit on July 30th. Professional hockey is also close to a return, while professional soccer is nearly two weeks into the #MLSIsBack Tournament in Orlando, Fla. BASEBALL Baseball will open its 2020 season on […]
The concert scene in Kansas City was set to be great again this summer, with the likes of Kenny Chesney and Motley Crue taking the stage. As was the case with live concerts in the spring, COVID-19 has changed the summer concert landscape, pushing many concerts later into 2020 or even into 2021. Many concerts […]
After nearly three full months without major professional sports, a return to play is on the horizon. The five major sports leagues in the United States are all on the verge of returning. Here are the latest professional sports updates from each league: BASKETBALL A plan was approved Thursday to return with a 22-team format […]
With stay-at-home orders being gradually lifted in both Kansas and Missouri, many people are asking about the return of live events, including sporting events and concerts. Only time will truly tell when the return of sporting events and concerts can happen. As of right now there are still a multitude of great shows scheduled in […]
As we look towards the future and a time when the Stay at Home Order is lifted in the Kansas City area, having all the information is key. During this time, we are dedicated to continuing to be a trusted, local source of information for upcoming events, including the top country artists coming to Kansas […]
This weekend was supposed to be the semifinals and finals of the greatest tournament in all of sports. Normally, we would all be talking about comebacks and buzzer beaters right about now. Instead, the world was introduced to a brand-new madness this March with the spread of the global Coronavirus (COVID-19). Championship Week in the […]