Chicago-Based FanLyst Fills Gap in Ticket Seller’s Market

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FanLyst launches new web service giving individual music, theater and sports fans the same capabilities as professional ticket brokers.

FanLyst - A Ticket Resale Site That Connects Them All

List once. Sell everywhere. That’s the mantra of Chicago startup

Filling a much-needed gap in the live event ticket resale space, FanLyst empowers ticket sellers with the same technology as professional ticket brokers – allowing individuals to post tickets to over a dozen of the largest online ticket sites, such as StubHub and Vivid Seats, all at the same time, and with just a few simple clicks.

Launching its new website this month, and touting an exciting new customer interface, FanLyst allows live event ticket sellers to instantly reach millions, sell faster than ever, and get more for their tickets.

The upstart business has caught the attention of both fans and media alike, and was recently featured in a Crain’s Chicago Business article entitled “FanLyst, a Ticket Resale Site to Connect Them All.”

FanLyst President and CEO, Tim Alberts, stated, “Ticket buyers browse many different sites. And, sellers want their tickets readily seen by those buyers – regardless of which site the buyers access. That’s why professional brokers list their tickets on multiple sites. And now, individuals using FanLyst can too.”

Using a concept like that of TD Ameritrade,, and Kayak, Alberts continued, “Selling unusable tickets doesn’t need to be so frustrating. Whether listing concert, theater or sporting event tickets, our sellers realize considerable value, reaching many more millions of buyers than they could reach through single site listings – and that value is amplified for season ticket holders. It’s maximum exposure for minimal effort, and a no-brainer for ticket sellers.”

First conceived in 2015, FanLyst is the brainchild of three high school friends who grew up together in the southwest Chicago suburb of Orland Park – Tim Alberts, a Chicago attorney, Zac Buikema, COO of a durable medical supply company based in Orland Park and Kevin Wolski, a special needs physical educator in Schaumburg. The idea arose when Alberts attempted to sell a set of tickets he couldn’t use and envisioned a website that would allow him to list his tickets automatically across all the major resale sites, rather than listing on only one site.

Now, people using to resell their tickets are reaching millions more than those posting to any single site, and are quickly realizing that FanLyst is the fastest way to sell live event tickets on the Internet.

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