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Highest tpu for DVC on RCI


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Sep 12, 2010
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I am new to RCI weeks and have been looking at past sightings of DVC on the sightings board. It seems to me that the highest tpu required for DVC 1 bedroooms has been 48 and 52 for 2 bedrooms (at least from my search). Do the experienced RCI traders out there think if you are above these levels it would be satisfactory to get a unit in prime spring break season in 2013?


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Dec 19, 2008
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Resorts Owned
A few in S and VA, a single resort in NC, MD, PA, and UT, plus Jamaica and the Bahamas
I think it's a moving target and as long as people grab them up at the high tpu's they will just keep going up. I think you would be safer at 60 for a prime time 2 bedroom and 52-58 for a 1 bedroom.