blackout dates

  

Definition

Period (usually coinciding with a busy season) for which certain special offers (such as cheaper fares or hotel rates) or discounts are not available.

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  • You need to know what the blackout dates are and be sure that you are not wasting any money on those days.

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  • I didn't realize that we went shopping on one of the blackout dates and would not be able to buy an item.

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  • Paid time off is usually pretty flexible at jobs. The problem, however, arises when you want holidays such as Christmas or Thanksgiving off. These almost always fall under blackout dates.

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