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Hyatt Coconut Plantation...Help!

bigbird

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Hi,
I have a few days to rescind so please let this newbie know what he should do.I paid $14,800 for 1300 points in week 21.No interest in staying there just want to trade.Looked around to buy it privately cheaper but I did'nt find anything.Maybe I wasn't looking in the right place.Any imput at all would be greatly appreciated.Thanx in advance.
 

steve1000

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Westin Mission Hills, Westin St. John (Bay Vista), Westin Desert Willows, Marriott Canyon Villas, Marriott Grande Ocean, Four Seasons Aviara, Hyatt Beach House, Hyatt Coconut Plantation, Villa L'Auberge, Royal Haciendas.
If you're not planning on using that week and are just trying to buy points in the HVC system you should be able to find a resale for much less. Try ebay, redweek, myresortnetwork.com or check with Seth Nock a resale agent and TUG member who sells Hyatt and has been recommended by many on TUG. You should also make sure that a 1300 point week is enough to meet your needs. As a Hyatt owner I would suggest you might want to consider a higher point value week to give you more flexibility. I think the Hyatt system, timeshares, ands locations are terrific. Good luck!
 

Kal

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1300 points is rock bottom and will not get you much for internal trading within the Hyatt system. You can definitely do better on price by looking at resales.
 

frankhi

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In late 2004, I bot a 1300 pt week at the Hyatt Beach House (Key West) for $6750. I found it in TUG classifieds.
 
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