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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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Those blockbuster movies will warrant putting tickets on sale at least two weeks in advance whenever we can,'' Calaghan said.
Howard Jarvis Taxpayers President Jon Coupal called the new bill for tickets, hotels, car rentals and other expenses outrageous.
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.
Tickets range from $35 for games today ($20 for students) and $20 for Saturday's championship game ($15 for students).
It lets an airline distribute electronic tickets both through its own sales channels and through travel agencies, check in passengers with electronic tickets and issue interline electronic tickets (IETs).
Tickets to popular sports and cultural events have always sold fast.
We'll be selling tickets for prime shows at places like Mann Chinese in Hollywood at prices from $25 to $65,'' said Richard Shelter with Applause Tickets of Los Angeles.
With only 15 tickets available, MSEP anticipates all tickets will be spoken for very quickly.
These are pure gold,'' Doyle said, showing off his handfuls of tickets to the assembled TV cameras and gawking passers-by.
Mobile ticketing proved to be very popular during a free trial on two kiosks at the Consumer Electronic Show in January, with 20 percent of the tickets issued during the three-day show coming from wireless phones.
And Kevin Salters should be that case, the academy asserts, because the Encino man tried to sell an interloper tickets to the 1998 show for as much as $10,000 apiece.