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ticket agency

n (Theatre) → agenzia di vendita di biglietti
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Air Ticket agency or travel agency can buy air tickets for Domestic or International Routes from here at the highest discounted price.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Nov 30 (ANI): The Hockey India (HI) has referred the case of "inappropriate" sale of match tickets in the ongoing 14th edition of the ongoing Men's Hockey World Cup to a ticket agency for further investigation in the matter.
More than 150,000 people have applied for free tickets to a North Korean art troupe's performances slated for next week in Seoul and Gangneung to celebrate the opening of the PyeongChang Winter Olympics, a ticket agency said Saturday.
"We enter into an agreement with a ticket agency in good faith and to discover these same companies are reselling at absorbent prices to a subsidiary owned by them fills us with anger and frustration."
Tickets for his forthcoming Piano & a Microphone tour were due to go on sale on November 13 at 10am, but less than an hour beforehand, the ticket agency Ticketmaster announced a postponement.
FANS of Fleetwood Mac, Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran are among hundreds of music lovers who have been left out of pocket by an online ticket agency.
FANS of stars such as One Direction and Taylor Swift are out of pocket after a ticket agency shut up shop.
The Sunday Times said one country's official ticket agency offered category AA tickets, the best seats in the stadiums, to the fake Middle Eastern tout for up to Au6,000 each.
Seats were due to go on general sale on Monday but the interest meant ticket agency Kyazoonga's website was inaccessible.
Well, after your HD channel missed the only England goal it televised, Robbie Earle's ticket agency for busty blond beer-sellers, Kevin Keegan's baffling return to analysing international football, Chris Coleman's (left) funereal co-commentary, Simon Cowell with James Corden, Gareth Southgate's gob, Jim Beglin's continued use of the word "gotten" and Clive Tyldesley and Peter Drury trying to out-yell each other in cheesey soundbites they hope will echo down the years, please remember the cliche your pundits have spouted a thousand times alone this month: In football you make your own luck.
It follows an alleged police investigation into the activities of ticket agency www.mostwantedtickets.co.uk who supply tickets for fans across the country.