including all necessary or usual expenses, as the full cost of a trip, tour, or the like:
a two-week all-expense tour of Mexico.
Historical Examples

A 3-day all-expense trip to Bearpaw Meadow and surroundings can be arranged.
Sequoia [California] National Park United States Department of the Interior

all-expense, including automobile transportation, four meals and one lodging in the Park, $21.25.
Zion National Park Various

Arrangements have also been made by the same packer for an all-expense trip from Los Angeles and return.
Sequoia [California] National Park United States Department of the Interior


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