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Importance of original week on deed when converted to points


TUG Member
Jun 14, 2005
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Belpre, Ohio
I am in the process of purchasing 189,000 Wyndham points that were converted from a week 29 Lockout at Glade. Now that this is in points is the understanding that it was originally a week 29 matter? All of my other timeshares are either fixed weeks or floating summer and I like the idea the points were once a summer deed but don't know if it matters. Thanks.


TUG Member
Nov 14, 2006
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The People's Republic of Ann Arbor
It only matters if you want to exercise your ARP rights. With a converted fixed week, you can only use the points to reserve that interval during the ARP period.

I can't imagine anyone needing ARP at Glade for much of anything, though, so I wouldn't worry about it.