season ticket


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

In return, fans get the right to buy season tickets in stadiums’ premium locations. Laura Saunders, WSJ, "Forget the Playoff, College Football’s Burning Question Is About Taxes," 16 Nov. 2018 Henry — who has been a fan of the Seahawks since third grade, when his family moved to the area and first bought season tickets — began his path to the NFL at Bellevue High School, about 7 miles from Seahawks headquarters in Renton. Alexa Philippou, The Seattle Times, "Former Bellevue High lineman Marcus Henry strives to become a Seahawk," 30 July 2018 The Salazar family attends about 10 games a year and would consider buying season tickets if the team were better. Jorge L. Ortiz, USA TODAY, "Free baseball: Athletics draw huge crowd in free game against White Sox," 17 Apr. 2018 Only two other teams in the league offered a better return on regular-season ticket investment. Mike Finger, San Antonio Express-News, "Wasted time a matter of perspective," 9 May 2018 The Kings also get to host three complimentary non-game events per year in the arena — say, FanFest or a day for season ticket holders to relocate their seats. Benjy Egel, sacbee, "New details revealed about Kings’ deal to move G-League team to Stockton | The Sacramento Bee," 12 Apr. 2018 His grandparents have had season tickets to Washington football since the 1950s, and some of his favorite memories as a kid growing up in Vancouver, Wash., are driving up to Husky Stadium with his family on game days. Adam Jude, The Seattle Times, "Former Washington walk-on Hayden Schuh now bleeds blue as a grad assistant with the Cal Bears," 25 Oct. 2018 At one point, Langford smiled for a picture was 9-month-old Joseph, whose father Nick Atkins said his wife’s family has had season tickets to New Albany games for 30 years. Gentry Estes, The Courier-Journal, "Romeo Langford will remain special to New Albany because he chose to stay," 17 Feb. 2018 The official announcement this week that the league’s 32nd team will launch at KeyArena in October 2021 could be followed next year by the actual sale of season tickets. Geoff Baker, The Seattle Times, "How much money can Seattle NHL fans expect to pay for tickets? More than in most other sports," 5 Dec. 2018

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1820, in the meaning defined above

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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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