gate money


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gate money

n
the total receipts taken for admission to a sporting event or other entertainment
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Meanwhile gate money being given to the franchises will also be discussed.
The garden is open from 2pm to 5pm (PS5 adults and free to children) and some of the gate money will go to the Epilepsy Society as well as Scotland's Gardens main charities.
STEVE Gibson gets a dozen angry emails every week demanding to know 'where the money has gone.' Sometimes they include complex cash-flow formulas of gate money and transfer profit and supposed TV windfalls explaining exactly how big a warchest Boro 'should' have to spend.
"If you have no game you have no gate money but still have the same expenses.
Why not post your gate money in an airmail envelope and wait for the next circus show to appear, you could get value for your time and cash.
It is understood that not only the rain factor but also the gate money factor too has prompted the PCB to stick with the UAE.
These days visiting clubs don't have the financial incentive of a share of the gate money to encourage them to play on Friday nights.
As for finding a buyer for the club, an astute businessman like Ashley would soon drum one up if the fans stopped the gate money.
It would be admirable if it wasn't just to stiff the SPFL for making them share the gate money with all the other clubs.
ABU DHABI -- Pakistan cricket officials decided to go ahead with Wednesday's fourth daynight international against New Zealand in Abu Dhabi saying the match gate money will go to the families of the dead and for the rebuilding of the school targetted by the terrorists on Tuesday in Peshawar.
Sunday People Sport can reveal that Leeds paid the missing wages to their players last week from the gate money against Charlton.