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Why RCI points so high?


TUG Review Crew: Expert
TUG Member
Jun 6, 2005
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Bay Area, CA
WorldMark Wine Country Sonoma Resort is not a RCI points resort. I search by the RCI Point account - by week. Why is it the point value is 80,500? Shouldn't it be using the generic CA Point Grid.

Resort Name WorldMark Wine Country Sonoma Co
Location Windsor, CA , USA
Check-in date 7/7/06 - 8/25/06
Points 80,500


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Apr 23, 2005
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Carmel, IN

I am showing the RCI Weeks grid value for resorts in the San Francisco region as 80,500 for a 2-bedroom Gold Crown. That is the correct grid value for resort 7548 since it is all Red Time. The values are different for California-Interior/Nevada/Oregon/Washington, California-Coast, and San Francisco California.

Here is a link to the grid.