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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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So savvy ``Potter'' and ``Rings'' fans, fearing just such a sellout for the two most highly anticipated films of 2001, turned in droves to online and telephone ticket services.
To promote this unique event, the Deutsche Bank Championship will offer a special ticket combo package for fans to attend both the concert and the Deutsche Bank Championship.
Recent reports on industry air fares show an average ticket price for a domestic flight is $570.
Nearly 50 carriers are using SabreSonic Ticket to issue e-tickets through their own sales channels.
Mike Fontana, managing editor of the campus newspaper, the Daily Sundial, showed up at the ticket window to remedy one of Bidrussian's problems.
Some professional ticket brokers say the phenomenon is overblown, that the Internet is merely the latest bogeyman to draw blame from disappointed fans.
MSEP has only 15 tickets available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Although ticket scalping is a fact of life for concerts, plays and sporting events, it is virtually unheard of for movies.
Various pass and ticket options make the monorail a quick and easy way to travel among some of the world's best resorts without the hassles of driving," said, Curtis Myles III, Las Vegas Monorail president and CEO.
Across the country, lines snaked around theaters, callers jammed ticket-sales phone lines and computer-users tied up online ticket outlets.
Previously in 2005, the company announced a partnership with NHL member the Washington Capitals, joining the Dallas Stars as ticket partners.
Academy Awards ticket applications are covered with warnings, informing members they will be expelled if they sell their passes.