season ticket

noun

Definition of season ticket 

: a ticket (as to all of a club's home games or for specified daily transportation) valid during a specified time

Examples of season ticket in a Sentence

I have season tickets for our team's games. I get a season ticket for the commuter train from my employer.

Recent Examples on the Web

After the team’s strong finish to end last season, the ticket office distributed all 5,500 seats, first to those who wanted to renew their season tickets, and then to new customers. Peter Dawson, star-telegram, "TCU basketball is making Schollmaier Arena the place to be," 25 Jan. 2018 The Timbers have sold out every regular season game in their MLS history and currently have more than 13,000 fans on their season ticket waiting list. Jamie Goldberg, OregonLive.com, "Is Providence Park a viable long-term home for the Portland Timbers?," 19 Jan. 2018 The women’s team saw the highest season ticket sales at Gampel Pavilion in the past 10 years, outselling the men’s team by 561. Kelli Stacy, courant.com, "A Look At UConn's Top Teams' Attendance, Revenue And Expenses," 10 July 2018 The Crafts, who have 26 season tickets, did not sit with Mr. Pruitt and his son during the game. New York Times, "A Courtside View of Scott Pruitt’s Cozy Ties With a Billionaire Coal Baron," 2 June 2018 Shah told The Post that Kavanaugh’s friends reimbursed him for their share of the baseball tickets and that the judge has since stopped purchasing the season tickets. Washington Post, BostonGlobe.com, "Kavanaugh piled up credit card debt by purchasing Nationals tickets, White House says," 11 July 2018 For decades performing arts groups relied on subscriptions—season tickets that could cost in the thousands and were socially obligatory for the city’s wealthy. Scott Timberg, Los Angeles Magazine, "These Venues and Programmers Have Turned L.A. Into a World-Class Performing Arts Town," 13 June 2018 According to the Times, Pruitt and his son, Cade, were photographed and recorded on video sitting in seats reserved for season ticket holders who donated at least $1 million to the school. Maegan Vazquez, CNN, "NYT highlights Pruitt's cozy relationship with a coal baron," 3 June 2018 The price of season tickets has leaped, jersey sales are popping, and hockey’s Great One, Wayne Gretzky, has weighed in. Michael R. Pompeo, latimes.com, "Today: How Thailand’s Lost Boys Were Found," 3 July 2018

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1820, in the meaning defined above

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season ticket

noun

English Language Learners Definition of season ticket

: a ticket for a certain place, activity, or series of events (such as sports contests) that you can use many times during a particular period of time

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