excess fare


excess fare
excess fare noun
Payment for distance travelled beyond, or in a higher class than, that allowed by the ticket
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excess fare UK US noun [countable] [singular excess fare plural excess fares] tourism
an extra amount of money to pay, such as for travelling first-class with a second-class ticket or for travelling further than you originally intended
Thesaurus: booking on and travelling by transporthyponym to get on and off of tranportsynonym

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