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purchasing a second Marriott trader

Discussion in 'Marriott Vacation Club' started by ml855, Jan 14, 2019.

  1. ml855

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    We currently have an enrolled MSE week that is traded through the corporate II account. We are currently looking for another traded in the Marriott system on the resale market. If we find one would we have to add another II account in order to trade it or can we add it to the same corporate II account for trading.

    I think I know the answer just wanted to make sure. thanks.
     
  2. vacationtime1

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    You would need a separate II account for the non-enrolled week.

    That account can be used for both non-enrolled Marriott weeks and non-Marriott weeks.
     
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    It depends on whether you are going to enroll it. I'm not even sure you can do this now or how much it costs. If you can, it should be able to be included in the current account. If not it needs to be separate.
     
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    I'd consider how this will work for you. You'll have exchange fees, II fees plus possible lockoff and change/cancelation fees. For a single week it can add up fairly quickly. It's still likely cheaper than buying an enrolled week for trading but the other fees do add up.
     
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    You cannot use it in the corporate account. This does tend to make a second week more expensive due to this in ongoing yearly costs. Especially given you said trader. For this reason, I went with a second week that was enroll-able, but paid around 10k more for that privilege. I'll recoup that eventually. It's close to $500 per year I save, but at a large upfront cost. But the large cost also gave me an ownership level that provided other large benefits, so, it's actually more cost effective than it seems for us at least. I'll likely get my extra 10k back in < 10 years, which I was ok with due to what I was getting and more capabilities. It was a tough choice.
     
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    Thanks, that's what I thought. My husband would like a second lock-off week, I'm ok with what we have, which is Manor Club (MSE) and Disney Vacation Club (DVC) points. He will be retiring in about 3 years and thought it would be nice to have an additional couple weeks of trips to warm weather in the winter months.

    We do plan on talking to a sales rep in May while we are at Newport Coast. Do they also sell weeks or just points at these sales meetings.
     
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    I don't think there are any US weeks left. For me, I purchased a Spain week which is enrolled. You can purchase them, but not from the local presentation as far as I know. Marriott has a national sales office I think, someone else likely knows. I believe they only sell points at US presentations.
     

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