- 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
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Examples from the Web for season ticket
In the morning he filled in the form for his season-ticket and took it to the station.
He had the season-ticket, which had cost such bitterness, in his waistcoat pocket.
He had the season-ticket, which had cost such bitterness, in his waistcoat-pocket.
There are moments when speed alone can save love's season-ticket holder.The Man Upstairs
P. G. Wodehouse
She had just given him a five-pound note to pay for his quarterly season-ticket on the railway.Aliens
- 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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