Definition of block booking in English:

block booking

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noun

An act or instance of reserving a large number of tickets, seats, hotel rooms, etc. at the same time: concession rates for students or block bookings are also available
More example sentences
  • I assume there's a discount for block bookings.
  • After the Australian travel notice, airlines and tourist resorts reported large cancellations of block bookings for the New Year.
  • Some sponsors like to use events as opportunities to entertain and network with clients and we are happy to discuss discounts for block bookings and mutual marketing activities to enhance events.

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