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Can I Sell a Banked Timeshare Week?


TUG Member
Oct 25, 2005
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I have two banked timeshare weeks with RCI. Can I 'sell' weeks on this site and work with the TUG member to select where he/she wants to go? One expires November 30 of this year and I can't use it.


TUG Lifetime Member
Oct 22, 2004
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BC Canada
If RCI finds out that you are selling weeks, they can close down your account. It's against their rules.

You can, however, make an exchange and allow a friend or relative to go using a guest certificate. However, advertising it for sale may land you in trouble with RCI.