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Should I attend the owner's meeting?

Discussion in 'Hyatt Residence Club' started by PhillyD45, Aug 11, 2019.

  1. PhillyD45

    PhillyD45 TUG Member

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    I think there is a general meeting one day and than maybe a private one scheduled for a specific time, with a $100 hyatt voucher for an hours worth of time. I'm not sure. It wasn't clear.
    Either way, do you guys suggest I go? Do you guys attend these while on holiday? I'm at Windward Pointe.
     
  2. Remy

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    I would go to these in the past. Partially for the gift, partially for the sport and info. Now I just look at the trade off. I have $100, what I don’t have is unlimited vacation time. So I tend to say no more often these days unless the value proposition is $250+.
     
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    I would and do always go to the OWNERS MEETING at all clubs. I find them interesting and informative. Also is chance to meet the Resort Manager directly. As for the "owners update" (Sales presentation,) probably NOT unless you want to buy into the Hyatt Portfolio Program, they only thing they are now selling. And if you do go it will be more that 1 Hour and worth much more than $100.00 for your incentive offer.
     
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    I never go my vacation time is more valuable and I usually know more about timeshares than the rep thanks to TUG. So I guess yes you should go and then report back on Tug so I can continue not going. PS Don't buy anything.
     
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    The general owners meeting will be about the property, if you own there or want to own there, it might be interesting to you.

    The private one they scheduled and offered $100 for your hour (will be closer to an hour and a half) is a sales presentation. In Key West you have to drive over to their sales center, it will not be on the Windward Pointe property. Then they will attempt in the friendliest way (Hyatt sales presentations have historically been low pressure sales tactics) to get you to buy into the HPP (Hyatt Portfolio/Points Program). When I was there two weeks ago, they were discussing a new program coming on line they called “Beyond”. It’s basically a new way to get you to buy in to the HPP so that you can use these points with the Marriott Explorer Collection (hotels and cruises). At the time they discussed this “Beyond” program with me they had nothing on paper they could show me, and nothing showing how many points it would take to do something in this Explorer Collection. If you do decide to attend, I (and probably others) would appreciate it if you could report back to everyone if they have any more info re this “Beyond “ program, or if they are even discussing it now (ie, was it just something the sales guy made up to try to get me to buy into the HPP). Also, if you do decide to go, don’t buy anything. :)
     
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    If you attend the HPP Sales Pitch session (and get $100) please let us know about the current pricing. At the beginning it was $20 per point but recently Hyatt has offered about $16 per point. Would like to see how that pricing is trending now.
     

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