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low season in Business topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlow seasonˈlow ˌseason noun [uncountable] British English  DLTBthe time of year when fewer people are on holiday and there is less business for hotels etc, and prices are usually lower than normal syn off-season opp high season
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low seasonLots of different sports are available, although some sports may be limited during low season and are subject to weather conditions.A week's accommodation costs between £15 in low season and £48 a person.The lowest fare is £309 midweek, low season.The lowest through fare from London straight to Redding is £385 midweek, low season.Many hotels offer discounts for stays of 3 nights or more, especially in the low season.