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Are Ritz-Carlton "DC points" equivalent to Marriott DC?


TUG Member
Jan 5, 2011
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Quick question:

I have a friend owning at Ritz-Carlton in Aspen. He never uses his weeks (three per year) and mentioned they now have a point system (where he can "elect/bank" his weeks for points).

He said they can book Marriott Vacation Club resorts. However, we compare the points needed for booking a week at MOC, but it did not match (i.e. his points seem to have a higher value).

Do you know if they are part of the same DC system? More importantly, can I rent some of his points (like we do between Marriott owners who are part of DC)?