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The term “RCI pure points” is a bit of a misnomer.
There is no such thing as an “RCI pure point”; RCI only has RCI Points.
But the term pure points does serve as a useful way used in the industry to distinguish between the TYPES of timeshare plans sold at various resorts.There are plans connected to a deeded resort with maintenance fees, versus the type of ownership we sell – – Florida Vacation Villas Club’s pure points program which does not have a maintenance fee. Traditional deeded RCI Points owners have:
1. A limitation to the maximum number of points that can be added. The cost to add a point is 2 cents per point. 2. The maximum number of points that can be added at 2 cents per point, is limited to no more than 1/2 of the number of points owned. For example, if a traditional owner owns 50,000 annual RCI points, the maximum number of additional points that can be added would be only 25,000 points.
Contrast that to Florida Vacation Villas Club’s RCI pure points plan where there is absolutely no limit to the number of points that can be added, and the price per point is only 1.5 cents per point.
Now you can book timeshares worldwide simply by joining the RCI pure points access program available through Florida Vacation Villas Club and offsite brokers such as
Timeshare Resales Worldwide, America’s oldest online timeshare brokerage
in Vista, CA
You get your own RCI Points Account. The most valuable vacation asset on the planet!
No maintenance fee
No special assessments
Annual allotment of RCI Points
Use unlimited number of RCI Points for only 1.5 cents per point
For complete details and frequently asked questions Click Here
For questions, contact Timeshare Resales Worldwide:
Larry Hayden, Licensed CA Real Estate Broker 01328143 Larry@AllTimeshare.com Toll Free (800) 297-0977
For timeshare resales in Hawaii, CLICK HERE
This list is sorted by the Hawaiin city name.
Planning a vacation to Hawaii?
You are in good company because Hawaii is the number one vacation destination in the world.
But if you have never been to Hawaii before it can be a little confusing.
First of all what does “Hawaii” mean in your mind? To understand it and to be able to plan a vacation, you must first understand that Hawaii is comprised of not one, but several major islands. So the first thing you need to do is determine which island or islands you want to visit. The most well-known islands are named Oahu, Maui, Kauai, and Kona.
1. Oahu is the island vacationers typically fly to initially because it has the largest airport. . Oahu is famous for the island containing famous Pearl Harbor, the US Navy Base which was bombed by Japan and brought the United States into World War II. Oahu has distinct different elements. From the high rise buildings downtown, which border it’s famous Waikiki beach, to the north side with it’s vast Pineapple fields and and famous big-wave surfing beaches.
For complete information about the island of Oahu CLICK HERE.
2. Maui is known for the popular Ka’anapali Beach on the northwest side of the island, and on the east side of the island, the rigorous winding drive through Maui’s lush green mountain jungle and hair pin turns leading back down to the little town of Hana.
For complete information about the island of Maui, CLICK HERE.
3. Kauai is known as the “garden isle” because it is known as the greenest island.It also is the only island that has a river. On the north side of the island there is the rugged Napali coast famous for being the location of the greatest amount of rainfall on the earth. It is also the site of the movie Jurassic Park.
On the western side is the “grand canyon of the Pacific”, Waimea
For complete information about the island of Kauai, CLICK HERE.
4. Kona is actually named Hawaii, or “the big island”, because it is far larger than any of the other islands. Kona is famous for it’s active volcano which frequently erupts, sending molten lava from the top of the volcano, clear to the ocean far below. Most people are familiar with the television scenes showing the molten lava burning right through unfortunate homes which were built directly in the path of the volcano’s molten lava.
For complete information about the island of Kona, CLICK HERE.
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As the Christmas season is upon us, I just wanted to take a moment to thank you our faithful subscribers, for allowing us to be a part of your life.
It is because of you and your referrals that we have been able to succeed in helping so many to enjoy the true benefit of vacation timeshare: Sharing Quality Time With Those You Love. That is our most important “product”.
All the best to you always!
LARRY HAYDEN, OWNER/BROKER
TIMESHARE RESALES WORLDWIDE
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The Bahamas offers families 700 islands of fun, sun and nature. Marvel at the tropical wildlife, plunder away at Pirates in the Bahamas, or explore the Adventure Learning Centre’s petting farm, planetarium and nature trail. Of course, there are always relaxing beaches for family fun.
Experience the Caribbean and get back to nature in the Dominican Republic. Families can swim with sea lions, dolphins–or sharks for the truly adventurous–at Ocean World, or go into the tropical island jungle on a Jeep safari.
Clear waters and great weather are merely two of Aruba’s draws. A smorgasbord of activities, from snorkeling to banana boating, entertains families above and below the waves, while jeep safari and quadracer tours are offered inland. A glimpse of the island’s personality and past can be viewed at the Aruba Panorama.
Rich with history, Puerto Rico offers countless sightseeing and learning opportunities for the entire family. Visit El Faro–a 316-acre ecological reserve, shop Fortaleza Street, tour the Mayaguez Zoo or visit the largest radio telescope in the world at the Aricebo Observatory.
The island of Saint Maarten/Saint Martin offers twice the international flavor of a single vacation. Swim in the calm, clear waters of Le Gallion or Pinel Island beaches, hike through rain forest-like landscapes at Loterie Farm, or chase fluttering, colorful creatures at the Butterfly Farm.
Everyone is a kid again in Grand Cayman. Ride a submarine, visit Stingray City on a glass bottom boat, walk the plank or join a sword fight on The Jolly Roger replica, or enjoy the safety of snorkeling and the experience of scuba diving when you snuba.
From the world-famous beaches of St. John’s to the megaliths of Greencastle Hill, Antigua offers families both adventure and relaxation. Swim in clear waters, build sand castles and explore ancient geological formations, petroglyphs, nature trails and plantation ruins.
A small archipelago of adventure and relaxation awaits your family at Turks and Caicos. Go whale-watching, take a glass bottom boat to see iguanas running on the beaches of Little Water Cay, visit the popular Caicos Conch Farm or cool off in calm and shallow Sapodilla Bay.
The real Bermuda triangle comprises pink beaches, inspiring marine life and family fun. Even on rainy days, kids love the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo and its 140,000-gallon replica of a living coral reef, as well as the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute’s shipwrecks, artifacts and shark cage.
Looking for a peaceful family vacation on a mosquito-free island? Then look to St. Kitts. Sunbathe and swim on long stretches of pristine beaches, tour lava formations and tropical forests, visit the massive Brimstone Hill Fortress, or ride the Sugar Express.
Whether petting crocodiles, feeding hummingbirds or bobbing down the Rio Grande on a bamboo raft as calypso bands play bankside, families can have a wonderfully wild time in laid-back Jamaica. Adventurous souls can hike by waterfalls and coffee plantations, clamber up Dunn’s River Falls, or splash and sun on glistening beaches.
Teeming with appealingly priced family resorts and with a smorgasbord of natural wonders just waiting to be explored, the three lively U.S. Virgin Islands offer plenty of thrills both above and below the waves. The most popular tourism spot in the Caribbean is friendly, fun, safe and sunny.
Looking for a great buy at the Hilton Club New York City?
Hilton Club New York City resale timeshare listings
Browse all our HGVC Hilton Grand Vacation Club listings HERE
Hilton Grand Vacations Club provides luxurious, spacious, villa-style accommodations with all the amenities and the Hilton signature for style, comfort and hospitality. Hilton’s flagship property was the HGVClub at the Las Vegas Flamingo, located on the busiest four corners of the Las Vegas strip. It was a resounding success and launched yet another major hotel developer into the ever growing world of premium vacation timeshare resorts being constructed world wide.
We just got in a new listing at the fabulous Hilton Club, New York City.
Priced at only $14,250 for 5,000 Hilton Grand Vacation Club HGVC Points, this won’t last long.
From he moment you arrive, you will experience superior concierge service, luxury, and convenience. Your vacation resort is surrounded by 10 blocks of the best attractions that New York City has to offer. After a day of sightseeing, you can take a stroll through Central Park, relax at the private guest lounge, or arrange a massage.
Marriott Vacation Club Timeshare ResalesOrlando, FL (June 29, 2015) — Marriott Vacation Club, a global leader in vacation ownership, was honored with a Grand Stevie® Award as part of an elite group of nine other global companies for a total number of 10 awards won at the Ninth Annual Stevie Awards for Sales and Customer Service gala ceremony in Las Vegas.
Dick Van Patten, best known as Tom Bradford, head of the Eight Is Enough television family, has died at age 86. Van Patten’s sunny demeanor made him a beloved TV actor. In the 80’s he also was the spokesperson for Florida based Captran Resorts International, pioneers in the timesharing industry.
CLICK HERE to read the full story of Dick Van Patten and his involvement in the timeshare industry.
Posted by: Larry Hayden, President/Founder
Timeshare Resales Worldwide