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wave season
 n.— «Selling her first cruise with America’s Vacation Center in December, Kier started during what is considered to be one of the slowest periods of the year. On the eve of what the cruise industry calls “wave season,” Kier managed to generate more than $20,000 in commissions in less than 30 days.» —“Travel agent sells more than $150,000 in her first month with America’s Vacation Center” in San Diego, Calif. PR Leap Jan. 10, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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