entrance money


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Noun1.entrance money - the fee charged for admissionentrance money - the fee charged for admission  
fee - a fixed charge for a privilege or for professional services
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I will go on sitting and drinking, because this is a public-house and I paid my entrance money.
The Spandau Ballet bassist's anecdote on The Great Celebrity Bake Off about arriving for Live Aid in a helicopter piloted by Noel Edmonds was worth the entrance money alone.
Gabriel Jesus, a revitalised Raheem Sterling, and Sergio Aguero might be worth the entrance money individually only adds to the fact that any youngster would DANIEL Finding be getting value for money seeing any of them in action.
50 entrance money all goes to the nursing charities which the NGS supports.
But, once the racecourse has had the entrance money and spending money and it is time to leave the car park (certainly the free ones), it relinquishes all further responsibility and leaves drivers to their own devices to negotiate their way to the exit and on to the road, which, unnecessarily, can take an inordinate amount of time.
The Proprietor of the Star Music Hall, Choppington, will give 3 [pounds sterling] and all the Entrance Money for a SWORD-DANCING COMPETITION, to be held on Saturday, December 29th.
The fair raised a further PS250 at its Sparkhill funfair at the weekend and was donating all of the PS1 entrance money at tonight's mini carnival which was being held at Pype Hayes Park.
Wet'n'Wild bosses said that anybody who was on site on Friday was issued with their entrance money back in full.
It came from the lovely chap who ran the place, played the music, took requests, took the entrance money and gave out the hire skates.
They pay their entrance money and if they want to give him stick, they will give him stick.
It was a time when most supporters could afford the entrance money, unlike today, when exorbitant entrance fees keep many away.
DARTS: There's an open competition at the Barge in Brighouse on Sunday with all entrance money paid out in prizes.