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season ticket

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Daily life
season ticketˈseason ˌticket noun [countable]  Da ticket that allows you to make a lot of journeys during a particular period of time, or go to all the games, concerts etc being held during a particular time. Season tickets cost less than it would cost to buy a ticket for each journey, game etc an annual season ticketseason ticket holder (=someone who owns a season ticket)
Examples from the Corpus
season ticketFor £14.50 you can buy a season ticket to last four months.So if you're likely to need more than 14 items in 12 months a season ticket will save you money.a season ticket to the Pasadena PlayhouseMeanwhile, season ticket holders will likely be listed as creditors in the team's bankruptcy filings.Baer said season ticket holders who ordered their seats before Jan. 16 would be able buy them at 1997 prices.Sunderland season ticket holders can buy tickets today, tomorrow and Wednesday.season ticket holderPeter is a season ticket holder at Ibrox - on Tiree!But season ticket holders will not get their first discounts until January 1993.I agree that a card is a waste of time for season ticket holders though.Meanwhile, season ticket holders will likely be listed as creditors in the team's bankruptcy filings.Baer said season ticket holders who ordered their seats before Jan. 16 would be able buy them at 1997 prices.Sunderland season ticket holders can buy tickets today, tomorrow and Wednesday.Last week long-term season ticket holder Jan Buttigieg was incensed to discover that she couldn't get home.
From Longman Business Dictionaryseason ticketˈseason ˌticket a ticket for several journeys, performances, games etc that costs less than paying separately each timea season ticket holder (=someone who has one) ticket
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