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box office the ticket sales office of a theater, concert hall, stadium, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
cancellation the marks or perforations indicating invalidation for reuse, as on a postage stamp or admission ticket. [1/3 definitions]
commutation ticket a ticket for a specified number of trips to and from the same destinations that is issued, at a reduced rate, to commuters, esp. for railroad or toll road travel.
deadhead (informal) a person who uses a free ticket for transportation, admission, or the like; nonpaying customer. [1/5 definitions]
docket a label or ticket on a package that lists contents or states any particulars about it, such as assembly or operating instructions. [2/7 definitions]
drawing the choosing of the winning ticket in a raffle, lottery, or contest. [1/3 definitions]
freebie (informal) something given or received free, such as a theater ticket.
gate-crasher (informal) someone who attends a party, performance, or the like without being asked or buying a ticket.
meal ticket a ticket entitling the bearer to one or more meals at a specified cafeteria or restaurant, esp. at a lower price.
no-show one who holds a travel reservation or ticket for an event but fails to use or cancel it. [1/2 definitions]
pass a ticket or permit allowing one to enter, come, or go freely. [1/33 definitions]
rain check a ticket stub entitling the bearer to attend an outdoor event such as a baseball game at a future date because the original event was rained out. [1/2 definitions]
return ticket (chiefly British) a ticket that allows a person to travel to a given destination and back to the starting point; round trip ticket.
season ticket a ticket or set of tickets, paid for in advance, that can be used at any time during a specific period, as for highway tolls, museum visits, concerts, or athletic events.
single ticket (chiefly British) a ticket that allows a person to travel only outward to a given destination; one-way ticket.
split ticket a ticket containing candidates that were nominated from more than one party. (Cf. straight ticket.) [1/2 definitions]
stub a short section from which a check, receipt, ticket, or the like can be separated, on which a record of the transaction can be kept. [1/6 definitions]
ticket to issue a ticket to, as for admission or as a legal summons. [3/10 definitions]
ticketless combined form of ticket.
transfer a ticket given without charge allowing a passenger to shift from one bus, train, or the like to another. [1/10 definitions]
wicket a small opening in a wall, usu. covered by a grill or glass, such as a ticket window or bank teller's partition. [1/6 definitions]