- an office or booth at which tickets are sold, as for a play, a film, or travel accommodations.
Origin of ticket office
First recorded in 1660–70
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Examples from the Web for ticket office
As the 1.50 train was preparing to start, four men stood round the ticket-office.Australia Revenged
They think it's a ticket-office, and want to buy tickets of me, and I have to direct 'em where.The Coast of Bohemia
William Dean Howells
If he is in the ticket-office you may be able to wake him—he may be awake.The Daughter of a Magnate
Frank H. Spearman
A youth was just locking up the ticket-office and going off as they reached it.
So he went into the station to find the ticket-office, in order to buy his ticket.Stuyvesant