A supplementary ticket

Alex Coseff

Senior Member
Czech
Please, could you help anyone?:)
How to call a ticket for a concert which was cancelled but then rescheduled for another date? Any chance it could be a supplementary ticket? Or is there a completely different adjectival collocate?
Thanks a lot in advance:)
 
  • perpend

    Banned
    American English
    I think the way you wrote it yourself was right: a rescheduled ticket

    But, I'm not sure.
     

    DonnyB

    Sixties Mod
    English UK Southern Standard English
    I don't think so, no: "supplementary" implies an additional ticket of some sort. The nearest I can get to it is "substitute ticket" but someone else may well be able to come up with a better suggestion.
     
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    sdgraham

    Senior Member
    USA English
    Please, could you help anyone?:)
    How to call a ticket for a concert which was cancelled but then rescheduled for another date? Any chance it could be a supplementary ticket? Or is there a completely different adjectival collocate?
    Thanks a lot in advance:)
    You're making assumptions about a situation that might or might not be applicable.

    No additional ticket might be necessary. If so, I, too, would call it a "ticket" and perhaps add "for the rescheduled concert."

    And, as we continually advise learners here, we do NOT say "how do you call ....?" We say "WHAT do you call....?"
     
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