Examples of cover charge in a Sentence
The nightclub has a cover charge.
Recent Examples of cover charge from the Web
There’s no cover charge; there’s no price to play the games.
Theater officials said there is no cover charge to get in to watch the game, which will be shown on a 40-foot screen.
Construction delays and a split with the initial contractor delayed Burgers & Brewhouse's progression, however, and the Kimpton Sawyer opened in October 2017, forcing Zawaydeh to settle for having the first rooftop bar with no cover charge.
Admission is free most nights, with cover charges starting around $10 on Friday and Saturday evenings.
Also, the bar will have no cover charge for any games, nor any seating reservations.
That day, as usual, customers paid a cover charge to get in, a bit extra to sit at ringside seats.
There’s no cover charge except during weekend evening ticketed performances, which usually run $10 to $25.
The $8 cover charge clears you for entry, obviously, as well as one free drink.
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COVER CHARGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cover charge for English Language Learners
: an amount of money that must be paid to go into a nightclub or restaurant in addition to the charge for food and drink
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