all–ticket

adjective all–tick·et

Definition of all–ticket

British

  1. :  requiring all spectators to purchase tickets in advance for admission … if a predicted attendance figure is greater than 75 per cent of the ground's capacity then government health and safety regulations dictate it must automatically become an all-ticket match. — Portsmouth News, 10 Dec. 2010

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1935

First Known Use of all–ticket

1935


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