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Credit pool fee - is it per year or per contract

Xpat

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When credit pooling points from more than one contract for the same usage year, should I be charged one credit pool fee, or a credit pool fee for each contract? The last person I spoke to at Wyndham said one fee per contract but I have been told differently before (one fee per usage year)
 

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I've always been charged one fee for the instance I pooled points (as many as you want to) and I own several contracts. Maybe if you pooled part of your points before the deadline and more points later before the deadline you'd have to pay again.
 

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its per year. Ive had agents want to charge me per use year, but when they checked; came back with just one $39 charge for all the contracts that expire in a certain year whether they be March, June, Sept or Dec

If you have more than just a few contracts, be prepared for a long call
 

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So if I pool from 2017 (only have 17k left) and points from 2018 it's two 39$ charges? One charge per / use year.
If so it's probably not worth trying to save the 17k.
 

scootr5

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So if I pool from 2017 (only have 17k left) and points from 2018 it's two 39$ charges? One charge per / use year.
If so it's probably not worth trying to save the 17k.

That's correct. Pool the 2018 and take a long weekend next year; it will use the 2017 points up first.
 
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