return ticket

This page is about the collocation return ticket

collocation pattern: noun + noun


a ticket for travelling to a place, and then back again

For example

  • A return ticket is cheaper than two one-way tickets.

  • If you get a return ticket, you can make the return journey whenever you like.

In North America, people say "round-trip ticket" instead

Quick Quiz

I'm getting a return ticket because

a. they'll return my money if I don't go

b. I can return part of the ticket

c. I'm planning to return

Contributor: Matt Errey