One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
On admission to an event rather than in advance.‘tickets will be available at the door’
- ‘Here, a live band was playing which meant a cover was being charged at the door.’
- ‘Tickets are on sale at the door and there will be a bar exemption in place for the night.’
- ‘Tickets are not being sold for this event but we do ask for your generosity at the door.’
- ‘Organisers were expecting quite a few spectators to turn up to buy tickets at the door.’
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