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Biennial points to use in the off-year?

Discussion in 'Wyndham Vacation Resorts' started by shofam, Mar 9, 2019.

  1. shofam

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    Let's say I have a small annual contract and then purchase a large biennial contract for even years. When I have the larger amount of points in the even years can I save some of those extra points to use in the odd year that follows?

    Thanks in advance for all y'all's amazing advice!
     
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    You can deposit the points the first 3 months of the use year into the next or following year for a $39 fee.

    I have even and odd year contracts and recently transferred them. I also did it last year.
     
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    We’re you able to move them in to the opposite biennial? I thought I read someone post recently that they could only deposit odd year points in to the next odd year.
     
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    That is exactly what I'm trying to find out.
     
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    I also have an annual fixed week converted to points. I used my week, but it's possible that they could have applied my biennial points to that reservation and transferred my annual.

    Recently when I booked my fixed week for 2020, it took housekeeping credits from a credit pool that expires in May, so it doesn't take any specific points.
     

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