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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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In most cases, once the year of the ticket stub is identified, determining the game is generally much easier.
The 43-year-old would send ticket stubs through the post for players to sign, or sometimes stand outside Melwood to try and get autographs.
Also discovered was an Easyjet ticket stub from London to Zurich on December 15, boarding at 5.55am and arriving at 10am.
Fans that are guests at the hotel and present a 2010 Chick-fil-A Bowl ticket stub will be offered a 20% discount on New Year's Day breakfast in the Stackstone Grill restaurant of the hotel.
MEANWHILE, some fans who weren't able to get a ticket for Led Zeppelin's hotly-anticipated reunion gig paid up to pounds 125 online simply for a used ticket stub from the event.
Today, away travel members were given the opportunity to get their tickets with fans having a ticket stub for the Hull city game allowed to queue from this Sunday.
Tottenham promised to investigate the black market sale if the ticket stub can be produced.
Meanwhile a ticket stub from the Newcastle United v Aston Villa 1924 FA Cup Final is expected to go for pounds 2,000 and a United 1932 Cup Final celebration dinner menu for pounds 500.
Throughout December, the restaurant has offered a complementary appetizer or dessert to dine-in guests who will present a ticket stub from any event in Seattle in December 2010.
Why don't Cardiff introduce a loyalty card so each time you spend money at the club, you get points that replace this ticket stub rubbish like the Hull game.
Madness are at the Metro Radio Arena tonight, and anyone who goes and then decides to check out the Gangsters, at Newcastle City Hall on Saturday, simply need to take their ticket stub from tonight's show to get in for a concessionary pounds 6.
YES, it means a trip down the M6, but if you've watched your local team religiously every Saturday, and saved every ticket stub, programme and autograph carrying on the family tradition that's as old as anyone can remember, it might be worth a run to Newcastle-under-Lyme golf club next Monday evening.