He was about to take a single ticket to London when it struck him that this might look odd, so he asked for a return.
Why should anyone aid, abet, comfort or share in such a traffic, even by the price of a box or a single ticket?
To parties of ten or more traveling together a single ticket is issued at $5.00 per capita.
The Prime Minister took some credit to himself in that he would not ask for a single ticket for a private friend.
We marched up to the ticket-office, and with very bad grace he purchased me a single ticket.
A single ticket costs an ounce (seventeen dollars); but you are constantly offered fractions, to an eighth or a sixteenth.
The stranger gave up his ticket—a single ticket—and stepped outside the station.
At first the baggage-master objected to check them both on a single ticket, and demanded pay for extra weight.
It was said that fifty guineas had been paid for a single ticket.
Free servants demand wages; and on railways or steamers a single ticket does not include an attendant.