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Blackout Dates

Blackout dates, commonly found in the hospitality industry, refer to specific dates when certain promotions, discounts, or rewards are not available. These dates typically coincide with peak travel periods, holidays, or special events when hotels experience high demand. Guests often inquire about blackout dates when making reservations to understand any restrictions on their bookings. Hotels use blackout dates to manage demand, maximize revenue, and control the availability of discounted rates and promotional offers.

What are blackout dates in the hospitality industry?

Blackout dates are specific dates when hotels do not offer promotional rates, discounts, or rewards due to high demand, typically during peak travel periods or special events.

How do blackout dates affect hotel bookings?

Blackout dates can restrict guests from accessing discounted rates or using loyalty program benefits during certain periods, leading to limited availability and higher prices for accommodations.

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