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Fairfield points?

Discussion in 'Wyndham Vacation Resorts' started by cluemeister, Feb 22, 2006.

  1. cluemeister

    cluemeister TUG Member

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    I have relatives who are interested in spending 4-7 days in the DC area, and asked me about timeshare rentals.

    I know there is a Fairfield resort in the area, so here is my question: Can I rent fairfield points from an owner in the amount necessary to reserve a Fairfield resort? Or do I need the owner to reserve the week, and then rent from them?

    Thanks,

    Greg
     
  2. KenK

    KenK TUG Lifetime Member

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    I think you'll get more responses on the points forum. I also will link to the E Groups FF BBS if response is slow here. (Actually, I'm stalling till I find the site address :)
     
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    KenK TUG Lifetime Member

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    FF Yahoo E Groups

    Try here:
    http://groups.yahoo.com/group/Fairfield_timeshare/

    You will need to register with Iowa Hawk.....but that is fast. This site is open to all, but must go through membership commitee. They try not to hid anything on FF ....but most are FF owners, so you'll see a lot more +++s than ---s.

    Almost as pro FF as the Disney owners are pro Disney :) (It's the pixie dust). But my disc collection of Mickey M & Tex Avery, Chuck Jones, and the WB, MGM, MAX Fleischer studios keeps growing, too. Strong dust....
     
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    I would think the simpler way is to find a FF owner and rent the dates from him. Private message me if I can help as I am a FF owner. I will be out of tug from 2/23-3/13.
     
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    Thanks for moving this post Ken. You'd think after 85 posts I'd know where stuff goes on the board!

    Greg
     
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    FF Yahoo Group

    You don't have to get a Yahoo member id to joint the Yahoo group. But if you do get an id and use it to joint, don't forget to check the mail. There are serveral questions you need to answer, basically it is for statistic purpose, but if you don't answer them, he will try to send you an email to make sure you are not a scam. So you need to check your email that you used to register for that group.

    Jya-Ning
     

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