I called Wyndham and they said that the $39 online and $49 phone fee still applies when you push your points out. As a non VIP, I have until 3-31 to do this, so I did it today after cancelling our August vacation. I think that it’s pointless to try to travel before fall/winter, if then.
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I agree with your assessment of when travel might start back up.
I am very puzzled at the lack of availability in Florida and Myrtle Beach for the weeks before and after Easter. There is next to nothing available in the entire State of Florida so it looks like I'm wrong. I can't imagine going to a resort in the Orlando area where theme parks are closed and resort facilities like pools, hot tubs, fitness centers, etc., are closed. Restaurants are closed or only doing carry-out. It sounds like a truly crummy vacation. Why go?
Yet, I have a 4BR Presidential unit starting April 11 that was rented back in January for a premium price. The rental was done through a broker who contacted me. I sent Wyndham's resort update last night offering to refund all but my cash outlays ($200). The refund would be over $3,000. I haven't received an answer. What is there to think about?
I have two other reservations in Myrtle Beach, again rented some time ago. I offered refunds to both, the same deal -- I would deduct my legitimate selling expenses. Okay, I get Myrtle Beach. No matter what, there's the Atlantic Ocean. (They don't close that. Do they??)