Did you possibly mean tic?
- n. informal, abbreviation Tickets.
“One footy match = $500K+ in tix sales + concession and merch, local biz boost pre/post game in the 100s of thousands, Tri-met usage boost, parking revenue boost, etc.”
“My favorite Meatball Sub, plus how you can win tix to Choice Eats, after the jump …”
“To be eligible to win tix go to FilmFest DVD Rentals @ 450 Duplex Avenue in Toronto.”
“To be eligible to win tix send your name and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org”
“I got hit with that twice, to the tune of 242 tix, which is roughly US$220, which is another S$400.”
“Last, even when prices tend to zero with time, sellers have tricks to use to capture the entire area under the demand curve by releasing different versions of the same thing, gradually decreasing in price with time so that the people that REALLY WANT something will pay extra (say for vinyl, or concert tix, or something not easily duplicated) and later in a lower quality form to sell to the mass public.”
“Click HERE to get tix for this show … YOU MUST SEE IT!”
“BB rep came out at 9 and gave “line tix” and started the paperwork.”
“So, I can only suggest that you go on line at www.cirquedusoliel.com/IRIS or call 1-877-943-IRIS... tickets range from $43 to $133 VIP tix are $253.”
“The ladies will get the party started here in LA on July 23 at the Henry Fonda Theater (tix for which I managed to secure earlier today).”
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short, sweet, epic, catchy, sassy, sexy & sizzling.
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