round-trip ticket

noun

US
: a ticket that allows a person to travel to one place and then return back to the place he or she left

Examples of round-trip ticket in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Depending on your departure time and day, economy fares begin at around $789 for a round-trip ticket. George Varga, San Diego Union-Tribune, 12 May 2024 However, the savings will only apply to the base fare of a round-trip ticket, which excludes any government taxes and fees. Stella Shon, Travel + Leisure, 22 Apr. 2024 The $30 coupon will only be applied to the round-trip ticket's base fare, excluding any government taxes and fees. Stella Shon, Travel + Leisure, 11 Mar. 2024 With prices hovering around $10,000 for a round-trip ticket ($20,000 in today’s dollars) the Concorde was equated with the wealthy and famous. Michael Verdon, Robb Report, 27 Nov. 2023 But Hopper says tickets this year are averaging just $815 per round-trip ticket (13 percent savings over last year). Jessica Puckett, Condé Nast Traveler, 13 Oct. 2023 Conversely, a round-trip ticket on a public ferry from numerous points in the city to Governors Island cost between $4 and $8. Charlie Hobbs, Condé Nast Traveler, 22 Sep. 2023 Considering the average round-trip ticket costs around $260 these days, the perk could save you hundreds of dollars. Ben Luthi, wsj.com, 18 Sep. 2023 The promotion also requires a round-trip ticket to be purchased at least 21 days in advance. Michael Cappetta, Travel + Leisure, 16 Aug. 2023

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“Round-trip ticket.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/round-trip%20ticket. Accessed 24 May. 2024.

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