prebook

prebook

(priːˈbʊk)
vb (tr)
to book (e.g. a ticket) well in advance
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Customers should be able to prebook their taxi at any time so that they can feel safe when they leave a venue and are not left hanging about.
Anyone is welcome to attend the meeting and there is no need to prebook.
Young people are welcome to drop in at any time, and there's no need to prebook.
00pm Great value excursions are available to prebook in sterling prior to departure Single supplement pounds 77.
The Holiday PreBook program offers retailers an early glimpse of the company's new Christ mas designs, coupled with free merchandise incentives for ordering early.
advance ordering of vaccine) and partial shipment of orders to those customers who prebook.
Prebook for the title is November 10, and the suggested retail price is $19.
Title: Caligula (Four-Disc Imperial Edition) Street Date: October 2, 2007 Prebook Date: August 21, 2007 SRP: $39.
Passengers are always asked to prebook so, by the time it was sorted out, he was too late to board the flight because staff thought he had already checked in.
Prebook 0151-476 8000 quoting Liverpool, European Capital of Culture 2008.
PREBOOK DATE: 5/09/06 STREET DATE: 6/20/06 Austin City Limits Music Festival 2005/CD Item #: ID3010XC UPC #: 014381301021 CD SRP: $18.