Don’t Forget to Use Your Accrued Points!

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With one month left in 2012, it’s time to book a short weekend or mid-week getaway and use the last of your 2011 accrued points (if you haven’t already).

Accrued Points are good for one additional year.  That means that any accrued points you have saved from 2011 will be expiring on December 31, 2012.

Don’t lose those points!  There are plenty of booking options available.

Book a mid-week stay at Pollard Brook and do a little pre-season skiing.

Book a weekend in Falmouth and take in some of the holiday spirit that Cape Cod has to offer.

Nobska Light House

Book a few nights in Ogunquit and do some shopping at the nearby outlets!

Whatever you choose to do, book it today so that you do not lose those points!  If you are booking something within the InnSeason Vacation Club resorts, remember that you must book and travel by the end of the year with your accrued points.

Also remember that any unused 2012 use year points are still considered regular points and do not fall under the accrued point status until January 1, 2013.  On January 1, 2013, those 2012 accrued points will now be subject to the accrued points booking window and rules.

Don’t forget that you can also use your points through your exchange company (either RCI or Interval International) and book an exchange using those accrued Points and enjoy a great vacation outside of the Vacation Club home resorts!

Whatever you choose to do, just remember to book something by the end of the year so you don’t lose out on a vacation that you deserve!

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