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RCI Dual Membership


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Jan 23, 2006
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Question on RCI Membership -- let's assume I have a RCI membership in Points which has a RCI Week account as well. I am thinking about purchasing another timeshare and with it comes a RCI membership for 5 years. Can I combine the two memberships to increase the number of years in my first account. If not, can I maintain two separate RCI memberships? If so, can I transfer a deposited week from one membership account to another and, if so, at what cost? If I have two RCI Week accounts, do I tell the resort which account I want to have my week deposited -- I mean one year in one account and the next year I may want it in the other account. Thanks. Tim


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Apr 23, 2005
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Carmel, IN

When you have both Weeks and Points accounts, the Points annual dues cover the separate Weeks account. If you receive subscription years in connection with a purchase, you may request a prorated refund of the unused fees. This cannot be applied to the Points annual dues.