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A ticket for a period of travel or a series of events which costs less than purchasing a number of separate tickets:[as modifier] ‘season ticket holders’
pass, warrant, authorization, licence, permitView synonyms
- ‘Businesses and individual supporters are asked to support the club by purchasing a season ticket.’
- ‘He was a big football fan and a season ticket holder at Manchester United.’
- ‘His hobbies included shooting, fishing and watching Burnley FC as a season ticket holder.’
- ‘Mr Kaye, 34, who lives in Leeds, is a season ticket holder and has been a supporter since he was seven.’
- ‘A swipe card was issued to all season ticket holders who had a valid paper ticket on March 31.’
- ‘Booking is available for the three events and a season ticket is available.’
- ‘All season ticket holders managed to get tickets, but many faced lengthy waits.’
- ‘I'd also like to say how pleased I am for my ex-boyfriend, who's a season ticket holder at Stamford Bridge.’
- ‘I remember their visits to Carlisle in the 70s when I was a season ticket holder.’
- ‘The typical payment which raises a question of time apportionment is the purchase of a season ticket.’
- ‘Season ticket holders are being urged to bring their entire season ticket books with them to ensure entry to the ground.’
- ‘He first became a season ticket holder of the club in the 1970s, although he was born in Ilford, Essex.’
- ‘Geoff enjoys his rugby league but he also likes his football and is a season ticket holder at Leeds United.’
- ‘Existing season ticket holders will tell you that Burnley have the best manager in the Championship.’
- ‘I had been a season ticket holder at Watford since age 10 and the game has always continued to grow on me.’
- ‘If this isn't resolved I won't be renewing my season ticket, despite being a supporter for 30 years.’
- ‘He had a season ticket for Hull City, for whom his mother works.’
- ‘Junior season ticket books cost £25 for home and away games plus cup competitions.’
- ‘Now that I am a season ticket holder, I feel like this is my team more than I ever did.’
- ‘She was a lifelong Bolton Wanderers supporter and as a season ticket holder was a regular spectator at all their home games.’
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