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quiltergal

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Can anyone tell me where I can find a calendar or grid that shows week numbers for 2006, 2007 and 2008? Thanks
 

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Remember to check with your resort too

I have several resorts with Sun/Sun weeks. Some use the calendar that was provided above. Others use the Sat/Sat schedule and then bump to the next day. 2006 is a good example of this. Since 2006 started on a Sunday this year, week 1 should be 1/1-1/8 (according to this calendar). However, Ocean Landings in Cocoa Beach (for one) says it's week 1 for its Sunday check-ins start on 1/8. That's probably because they have Sat and Sun check-ins and it's easier to keep track (week 1 on the Sat/Sat week started on 1/7)
 

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quiltergal said:
Thanks Teresa. What about resorts that have Fri/Sat/Sun check ins?

You use the schedule that matches your rez. If you rez. a FRI-FRI time slot then you would look at the FRI-FRI schedule, on the calendar, to determine your 'week number'. So, if you are depositing a week with RCI the 'week number' could change from year to year. Did I understand your question?

Phil
 

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Phil, my home resort at Eagle Crest has Fri-Fri, Sat-Sat, and Sun-Sun check in days. They don't have one set check in day. So in the case above I'm guessing the week number probably wouldn't change. :confused:
 

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The resort determines how it sets up the week numbers

quiltergal said:
Thanks Teresa. What about resorts that have Fri/Sat/Sun check ins?

So .... if your resort has multiple days of check in, and you can pick and choose (like in a float system) I'd just ask for the specific dates you want, rather than a week number. If you're on a fixed week system, then it's still the resort which will determine dates for week numbers from year to year. They can't really set 'em on a whim. Somewhere in the official paperwork is verbage that specifies how they're set.
 
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