This refers to a set of seats in which one is directly in front of the other, as opposed to side by side. For example, a set of four tickets which are labeled as piggybacked, will have two seats side by side located immediately in the row in front of or behind another pair of side by side seats. This may be ideal for bigger groups so everyone isn’t spread out down the row, making it difficult to talk to each other.
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