Tickets For Less Named Official Ticket Marketplace Of The Monarchs

KANSAS CITY, Kan. – There’s a new, easy way to buy Kansas City Monarchs tickets, with no per-ticket fees.

The Monarchs have partnered with Tickets For Less, making TFL the Official Ticket Marketplace of the Monarchs starting with the 2024 season.

Select tickets to every Monarchs game will be available through Tickets For Less with no per-ticket service fees at checkout. The price you see is the price you pay.

“We’re excited to offer fans a great new way to experience Monarchs baseball,” team owner Mark Brandmeyer said. “Tickets For Less is an outstanding local company, and we’re proud to join their impressive roster of ticket options for Kansas City sports fans.”

“We’re thrilled to partner with another championship team whose roots run deep in Kansas City,” said Adam Rossbach, president at TFL. “We’re looking forward to working with the Monarchs on their ticketing strategy and helping fuel their continued success.”

Originally founded in Overland Park, Tickets For Less sells tickets to all of the region’s biggest events, including top-level baseball, football and soccer games as well as a wide array of concerts. TFL is the Official Ticket Marketplace of the Big 12 Conference.

The Monarchs are the reigning champions of the American Association of Professional Baseball. Their 2024 home opener is May 16 from Legends Field in Kansas City, Kansas.

About the Kansas City Monarchs

The Kansas City Monarchs are a professional baseball team in the American Association, an MLB Partner League. 2024 will be their 21st season at Legends Field in Kansas City, Kansas. In 2020, the team partnered with the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and changed their name from the T-Bones to the Monarchs in honor of the legendary Negro League franchise that played from 1920 to 1965. This year, the Monarchs and the museum are celebrating the 100th anniversary of the first Negro League World Series, won by the Monarchs in 1924.

About the American Association

The American Association of Professional Baseball is an MLB Partner League that began play in 2006. Teams in the league are not affiliated with any one MLB organization. The league consists of 12 teams located primarily in the Midwest and the Great Lakes regions of the United States. Its season runs from May to September and features players who are looking to showcase their talents for a chance to be signed by a major-league team.