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season ticket

a ticket for a specified series or number of events or valid for unlimited use during a specified time, often sold at a reduced rate, for athletic events, concerts, transportation, etc.
Origin of season ticket
First recorded in 1810-20 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018.
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Examples from the Web for season ticket
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  • He can have a season ticket on the railway, and come down every night.

    Life in London Edwin Hodder
  • Why, if I could get my money's worth out of music like that I'd buy a season ticket.

    Shorty McCabe Sewell Ford
  • I could get a season ticket, but I should lose it the first day.

    If Winter Don't Barry Pain
  • You have lost your season ticket, so that at this entrance you will have to pay.

    Rich Relatives Compton Mackenzie
  • Have you already forgotten that you lost your first season ticket?

    Rich Relatives Compton Mackenzie
  • There passed through the season ticket turnstile two young men.

    Mushroom Town Oliver Onions
  • It seemed that Mr Pratt had a season ticket, and therefore had not purchased one.

    The Pagan's Cup Fergus Hume
  • Elly is going to give her and Miss Ally each a season ticket.

  • He wishes to be unidentified, if possible, but forgets his season ticket.

  • Who was it, when you lost your season ticket before you had even used it once, bought you another one?

    Rich Relatives Compton Mackenzie
British Dictionary definitions for season ticket

season ticket

a ticket for a series of events, number of journeys, etc, within a limited time, usually obtained at a reduced rate
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