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QuoteOriginally posted by i.rothwellHi Davenik,We also went on a 'free'accomodation holiday last year. We purchased our own flights with Easyjet and read the in flight magazine. I can't remember the exact details but there were Sunterra points for sale at a fraction of the cost they were offered to us direct from Sunterra.Iris & Dave You cannot buy Sunterra points unless you already own i.e. you are a member. Long story but this is a sore point with members but legal. Officially you cannot buy & sell at all but it is a concession allowed to members & the best place to buy & sell is through sunterra members yahoo group (free but you need to subscribe) http://groups.yahoo.com/group/sunterramembers/or Tony's pay for site (£10 per year) address on free site.DaveResale points are going at as little as £25 & probably no more than £50 . Something to bear in mind if you ever need to resell. Also you could buy less & top up. However this concession could be stopped.Kathy