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    High Season and Low Season?

    I was wondering if there is a time of year that is better for clients to try to see SPs than others. Is there a "sweet spot" when there are the maximum number of girls available and a minimum of competition with other clients? Kind of like Disney World after Labor Day, when nobody is in the park and all the rides are still open, I guess would be an apt analogy. I'm really asking because I see a lot of agencies that have girls listed on their web sites that haven't worked in months and I'm wondering if they're waiting for the busy season, or maybe they're in college and will work once summer starts? Is there a busy season and a slow season & if so, when are they?

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    Personally I like the low season. Namely for me from late October to early March.

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    This is a tough one to answer. On the one hand, it's easier to see SP's during the winter but there are less of them working and there are less clients. On the other hand, there are more SP's working during the summer months but there are much more clients so it can be difficult to book the girl you like. To answer your question, the busy season is the summer and the slow season is the winter. Personally, I enjoy the summer months in Montreal.

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    If you can avoid week end

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    I always attempt to book early ie once the ad goes up on merb or the agency website regardless of time of the year. This way I never see the repercussions of booking in the high season.
    Also note that there are no price variations between peak times and non...
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    It is all supply and demand, more SPs are working during Grand Prix and Jazz Festival to offset the greater demand, and less are working during times of low demand. The notion of high and low seasons are fictional and imaginary because schedules are naturally adjusted based on demand. It is no different than a restaurant gearing up for great crowds during Habs game nights. Or Electric Blue (strip club near UConn) having 30-40 girls working on UConn game days.

    Use common sense in answering this question. One look at the GG schedule every week shows more girls are on Friday and Saturday nights than on the other nights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thegreatwalooo View Post
    This is a tough one to answer. On the one hand, it's easier to see SP's during the winter but there are less of them working and there are less clients. On the other hand, there are more SP's working during the summer months but there are much more clients so it can be difficult to book the girl you like. To answer your question, the busy season is the summer and the slow season is the winter. Personally, I enjoy the summer months in Montreal.
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    January/Feburary are usually slower...

    As for week ends it seem it depends... saturday and suday are uually not the most popular. I find the middle of the week to have more girs usally.
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