Started by fastal909, January 02, 2011, 15:40:33
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Quote from: Willself on January 21, 2011, 20:58:17BEST Advice you be to leave RCI..Points or Weeks..and gain A t least a week -4 aweek!! Year Round.with Dial an Exchange..More over if you own say a Studio..within there system you could Exchange for a 2 bed sleep. 6..Subject to Availability!!NO joinging fees...and about £30. to Gain Gold Standard Membership!! No harm in having a Look!!
Quote from: steveandybob on January 24, 2011, 14:07:27have booked 2 weeks to gran canaria sept 2011 through RCI thier new points system. Found i had 3 points left over which i thought i could keep. Yes i can but i`ll have to pay an xtra £65 thank you no help there then. About RCI i have many times tried to find good resorts to holiday too of recent san diego(i have weeks in hollywood mirage) all resorts on offer are in the middle of nowhere and are absolutley rubbish you never get like for like,even when you pay £145 up front for first service. I am a member of DAE but have yet no weeks till next year having banked with rci. As most people consider/ think in whoose pocket is whom in
Quote from: Carolinian on January 29, 2011, 17:33:21There is a trading power calculator on the RCI website, but it may not be availible to members of the original RCI Points. It is on the page for depositing weeks for members of what used to be the weeks program.RCI has used the lawsuit as an excuse for the new system, but the ''settlement'' in that case was a sham which really required RCI to do almost nothing. The attorneys for the plaintiff class sold out their clients and waved a white flag in return for a few low value trinkets for thier clients and a million dollar legal fee payoff for themselves. The lawsuit was about RCI's widespread rental of exchange deposits to the general public instead of using them for exchanges, not about the way the exchange system worked internally.