Background: Transabdominal, preperitoneal (TAPP), laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair (IHR) requires the creation of a peritoneal flap (PF) that must be closed after mesh placement. Our previous study indicated that sutured PF closure resulted in less short-term postoperative pain at 2 and 4 weeks compared to tacks and staples. Therefore, the aim of this follow-up study was to compare short-term QOL with a greater sample size and long-term QOL at 2 years by method of PF closure. Materials And Methods: A prospective institutional hernia-specific database was assessed for all adult TAPP IHRs from July 2012 to May 2015. QOL outcomes were compared by PF closure method at 2 and 4 weeks and 6, 12, and 24 months as measured by the Carolinas Comfort Scale. Standard statistical tests were used for the whole population and then the Bonferroni Correction was used to compare groups (p 0.05). After controlling for confounding variables on multivariate analysis, there was no difference in QOL by PF closure method at any time point (p > 0.05).Conclusion: Tacked, sutured, and stapled techniques for peritoneal flap closure following TAPP have no significant differences in operative outcomes, postoperative quality of life, or resolution of symptoms.