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
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- Roughly 70 % of the revenues of the average complex come from league tournaments or long-term block bookings.
- The Bishop of Motherwell said several parishes had made block bookings to see the film.
- A further 35 per cent of the 35,000 capacity at Lansdowne Road is sold through block bookings.
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