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

Lopez conjures a familiarly urbane world in which men attend lavishly prepared brunches, are oppressed by their season tickets to BAM, and feel the necessity of having an opinion on German Expressionism. Rebecca Mead, The New Yorker, "How Matthew Lopez Transformed “Howards End” Into an Epic Play About Gay Life," 2 Sep. 2019 The average average donation per seat per game went up from $62.50 to $266.67 Some longtime season ticket holders revolted. Los Angeles Times, "The Sports Report: Serena Williams is back in the U.S. Open final," 6 Sep. 2019 One week before Saturday’s 2019 season opener against Weber State, season ticket sales stood at 11,658, according to Steve Schnall, SDSU’s associate athletic director for marketing. San Diego Union-Tribune, "Aztecs football season ticket sales down 15 percent from last season," 26 Aug. 2019 Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti told season ticket holders in May to expect Jackson to run less this season, but head coach John Harbaugh didn't express any concern over his quarterback's decision on Thursday. Jenna West, SI.com, "Aaron Rodgers' Advice to Lamar Jackson: 'Slide a Little Bit'," 16 Aug. 2019 Along with viewing capabilities, fans can also see season ticket pricing for the 2018-19 men’s basketball season. Tom Groeschen, Cincinnati.com, "Cincinnati Bearcats: Renovated Fifth Third Arena to feature new video boards," 15 June 2018 Now is the time to talk about the Colts fans who have season tickets for a team that doesn't feature the 2012 No. Khadrice Rollins, SI.com, "Jaguars Long Snapper Offers to Buy Colts Fans' Season Tickets, Donate to Hospital," 26 Aug. 2019 But the full impact of that might have been delayed because season tickets had already been purchased for that year. Nathan Ruiz, baltimoresun.com, "Amid overhaul, Orioles' attendance nearly as bad as their record. But team says it has a plan to win back fans, too.," 26 June 2019 The athletic department sharply increased mandatory donation requirements attached to some season ticket packages in 2016 in an effort to offset the rising costs of the school’s 25 sports teams. Los Angeles Times, "The Sports Report: Serena Williams is back in the U.S. Open final," 6 Sep. 2019

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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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