season ticket

NOUN
  1. a ticket good for several trips or to attend a season of entertainments; sold at a reduced rate
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How To Use season ticket In A Sentence

  • Chicagoland Speedway's Track Pack season ticket package is now available to the general public.
  • Chelsea season ticket holder and columnist Giles Smith is in empathetic mood this week, but still has some post-Anfield arguments to make.
  • It carries 27,000 commuters daily and sells about 14,000 annual season tickets.
  • They let season ticket holders sell tickets they otherwise wouldn't use.
  • Some of our family are season ticket holders. The Sun
  • I'm a third-generation fan, I've been a season ticket holder for many years and even a small shareholder for some years, so I had a reasonable understanding of the business side of Liverpool.
  • It will also pay a 25 percent refund on rail season ticket costs for workers - another issue it said it would not budge over.
  • Furthermore, many clubs have borrowed money against future season ticket sales.
  • Season tickets for the eight plays are 40 and a single ticket is 8 with concessions at half price.
  • We went to renew our monthly season ticket.
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