high ticket

high ticket

adjective Popular, referring to a high volume of sales or consumption. Cf Big ticket.
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Time to take a stand on high ticket prices IN the last few days there have been people protesting about the high cost of ticket prices for football matches and concerts.
A HUGE banner was flown at the start of Liverpool FC's home game against Stoke City in protest at high ticket prices.
DELAYS, over-crowding and high ticket prices sent passenger satisfaction levels below 50% for 11 out of our 19 train companies.
Well established dry cleaner in Northeast Broward County; great customer base with high ticket price for services rendered; equipment in very good condition; retail center has easy access with ample parking; some seller financing is available; a great cash cow!
No mention is made in the review of the very high ticket price labelled for this gig, which is more than likely the real reason for the poor ticket sales.
Ever since the launch of direct flights in 2008, airplanes from Taiwan and China have been flying across the Taiwan Strait packed with passengers, and the passengers have been complaining about insufficient capacity (despite increased frequencies) and high ticket prices.
ANKARA, Apr 7, 2010 (TUR) -- Despite high ticket prices, the World Wrestling Entertainment's organization to take place in Istanbul's Abdi Ipekci Arena on April 18 has attracted high attention.
Barbra Streisand has cancelled her concert in Rome next month - a move that followed protests by Italian consumer groups angered by what they said were excessively high ticket prices.
I suspect some people can't afford the high ticket price, and I also some expected Everton to lose.
The building was conceived for a pre-9/11 New York City -- high ticket, luxury rentals in a hip, emerging, arts neighborhood.
Attendances at recent clashes between Hearts and Hibs have suffered due to live TV coverage and high ticket prices but sales so far indicate a better turn-out this weekend.
There are problems, to be sure -- steep production costs, high ticket prices, an aging audience, a rapidly changing population.