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Exchanging [for] 2 consecutive weeks through II [reduced fee?]

jasper60103

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Is there a way to save on exchange fees when booking 2 consecutive weeks at the same resort through II?
Has anyone had any luck minimizing the exchange fee for the second week?

I have one week booked already and was thinking of extending my stay with another week that I have deposited.
The following fees apply in my situation…
Exchange fee = $219
E-plus = $89
 

tschwa2

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No way to save on exchange fees. You have to pay for each one individually.
 

zentraveler

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@zentraveler , @BM243923
Thanks for the advice. I need ePlus though.
We get it routinely when we are exchanging for a studio or in a resort when we would prefer a different one. The price hike to $89 has gotten hefty imho and it takes persistance in checking since one can't just leave a request; need to just keep checking.
 
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