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1880 Pt Pinion Pt Sold on Ebay

Robert D

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Noticed that an 1800 pt. Pinion Pt. just sold on Ebay for $15,900 (Ebay item: 130254142139). M&T's are $825. Is this a good price for the buyer or seller? What would Hyatt sell this week for?
 

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Price seems high

I too was following this auction on eBay. The MF seems good for Hyatt, but the price for an 1880 week seems really high to me. I want to get into the Hyatt system and am still undecided on an 1880, 2000 or 2200 point week. Based on the sale of this week I am inclined to look at 2000 points or higher.

Good luck!

Erik
 

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A 1880 is a good starting amount of points for Hyatt but I would still prefer 2200 or 2000 points.

Hyatt is not a cheap timeshare so if you want the big points you have to pay for them. I would think a 1880 price range today would be 13-14k.

I can tell you I have heard that hyatt in the resale department is very busy and Hyatt is a very hot product in this bad economy.

Learn more go to "KAL's" website.
 

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opinion

Anybody have an opinion on a 2200 EOY resale should go for.key west
 

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Hyatt Sedona Pinon Pointe

We own 1 bedroom, every other year, odd year there. We have about 1270 points and I can't seem to use all of them up! I exchanged 2 weeks in Cancun at the Royal Sands in Oct 08 and still have points leftover. We paid $7900. for it 2-3 years ago. Do you need 2 bedrooms is that why you need more points, cause Sedona is all RED time in Arizona all year long?

Lanor
 

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I am not in favor of the EOY membership as you still pay the same transfer fee which is quite high and you also pay the same closing cost as EY.
 
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