Definition of all-ticket in English:

all-ticket

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adjective

  • Denoting an event, especially a sports match, for which spectators must buy tickets in advance.
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    • The match is an all-ticket affair, with tickets only available until 2pm today and then on Friday until 4pm, from the club office at Bootham Crescent.
    • The match was an all-ticket event as it is followed by the Leinster Senior semi-final between Kildare and Offaly.
    • Due to the magnitude of the game, City will already have extra police and extra security in order to combat any potential trouble, and the match is an all-ticket affair.

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