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ticket

Vox populi A chit or voucher that permits access to a particular activity; a price tag. See High ticket.
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FA Cup tickets will be sold on the following priority basis: Ambassadors: two tickets, Ambassadors who renew season tickets by March 21 one additional ticket (max three tickets).
A USC alum named Doug has been playing the ticket market.
Spirit Airlines said it reduced its ticket change fees from $75 per ticket per passenger to $25, effective immediately.
While the raw number of total summonses issued in 2003 had actually decreased relative to the previous year as of May, anecdotal evidence suggests police are being pressured to issue tickets in an attempt to meet quotas.
Tickets available through the Outrigger hotel and ticket package are priced at $86 per ticket for Orchestra Weekday seating; $91 per ticket for Orchestra Weekend seating; and $156 per ticket for the Premium Ticket Package.
UCLA associate athletic director Ken Weiner said the school received approximately 21,000 tickets from USC, or about 7,000 less than when the game was played at the Coliseum two years ago.
Under the agreement, IDB will provide the Los Angeles-based Prime Ticket with satellite transponder space, fiber connectivity and uplinking services.
Our customers often make a substantial ticket investment, and it's frequently made months in advance.
All wristband holders must return to the ticket office prior to 8 a.
Ticket prices are designed to appeal to most family budgets ranging from $20 to $40.
said Frank Maloney, Cubs director of ticket operations.