To sell out

to sell one's whole stock in trade or one's entire interest in a property or a business.

See also: Sell

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Every year during the build-up to Christmas there is one gift which is always guaranteed to sell out - Boots'Soap and Gloryhuge Christmas set.
Durham have also reported rapid sell-outs of all the tickets that have so far been released for the first Ashes Test in the north-east, and Surrey are already guaranteed to sell out The Oval for the last Test of the series later in August, with 26,500 people having signed up for the public ballot of the tickets that remain after they go on sale, initially to members only, on 1 December, it added.
We knew from the day we announced the show that tickets were sure to sell out extremely quickly.
Organisers said they weren't surprised at the huge demand and expected both concerts to sell out within the next few days.