Neither mean, median, nor mode are likely to occur in casual conversation or writing. They are statistical terms, and would really only be used in a technical context. What you'd actually find in "regular" writing would be statements such as:
The average ticket price was $56.50.
(In nontechnical usage, mean has too many other, well, meanings, so "average" is used instead.)
The middle of the range of ticket prices was $61.
(This one is debatable: people do use median in nontechnical contexts, but you can never tell whether they're using it correctly, or whether they're using it as a synonym of average.)
The most common ticket price was $40.
(While it's true that mode has the adjectival form modal, almost nobody would know what you mean by "modal ticket price". Heck, I have a degree in math, and if I encountered that in a magazine or blog, I wouldn't know what it meant. In those rare cases when you need to talk about the mode, you're much better off describing the meaning in nontechnical terms, such as the "most common" phrasing I used above, or if you want to be slightly more accurate, something like "most frequently occurring".)