excursion ticket


noun
  1. a round-trip ticket at a reduced fare, often for use within a limited period of time.

Origin of excursion ticket

1
First recorded in 1870–75

Words Nearby excursion ticket

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How to use excursion ticket in a sentence

  • The first to whom he applied, and who handed out his "excursion ticket," was informed that we were all in the wrong boat.

    Three Years in Europe | William Wells Brown
  • I b'lieve when you're off on an excursion ticket in makin' the best of things, for my part.

    Jane Field | Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
  • Really, you know, they oughtn't to have induced you to take tickets there—those excursion-ticket chaps.