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I am trying to figure out in Interval International how to tell if a particular week is a red, yellow, or green. Any links or advice would be greatly appreciated.

I know it depends on location and time of year but am not sure where to start. Thanks
 

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I am trying to figure out in Interval International how to tell if a particular week is a red, yellow, or green. Any links or advice would be greatly appreciated.

I know it depends on location and time of year but am not sure where to start. Thanks

It is based on TDI. I know you have a Hyatt unit, when you search, here's the chart you see. TDI on left plus unit size on top determine the number of points required. Then for each individual locale each week is assigned a TDI based on historical trends. You can look this up in the II directory, either online or the paper version.



Traveling from Tue Mar 27, 2012 - Sun Dec 21, 2014
TDI Studio 1 Bedroom 2 Bedrooms 3 Bedrooms 4 Bedrooms
90 - 150 430 870 1,300 1,730 2,160
65 - 85 360 740 1,100 1,460 1,820
50 - 60 260 540 800 1,060 1,320
 
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Go to the resort's page on II, then click on the Travel Demand Index link.
 

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If you are depositing points, only unit size matters. If it is a fixed or floating week, season does come into play.
 
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