Someone who has a valid ticket for an event or for a journey (noun)
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Use "ticket-holder" in a sentence
"Anyway, back to the weekend of May 16th and 17th, Bill Graham and The Who rescheduled the Friday late show for a Sunday matinee on May 18th ... with the offer of a full refund if a ticket-holder couldn't make the Sunday show instead."
"Screaming in frustration, “It better not happen again!” one season ticket-holder said."
"The businessman and one-time Cavaliers season ticket-holder tried in vain to flip over a parked grey Smart Car in celebration of the Heat loss."