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Can I still rent or sell my wyndham fairplus points before yearend

DALES

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I have 105k Wyndham fairshare plus points fully paid. Is there a way that I can rent or sell it in short time span before end of 2008. I have even years program that allow points once in 2 years. I also have another week that I exchanged for RCI which also expires this year.
 

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Yes you can rent the points, there is an active rental market.

There seems to be a glut of points now so you may have to rent below your MF cost. There are large point owners renting points for 2009 use years at around $4/K.

So, you could deposit to RCI and extend the use of those points for 2 yrs, if $4/K doesn't suit.

For your existing RCI deposit expiring, you can extend for a fee or allow to expire. Depends on costs and desires.
 
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