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Marriot Vacation Club, Asia Pacific

Posted By: andrewr

Date: Sun, 12 May 2019

Price: Best Offer

Mobile: +65 91055977

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Details as follows -
1. 3,400 (34,000 in the old system) club points per annum.
2. Membership value until 31 Dec 2056.
3. Marriot Vacation Club AP price is currently at USD 16.25 per point for new member
4. Asking price is USD 9.77 / SGD 13.2 per point (SGD 44,880 for 3,400 points)
5. Will absorb transfer fee of USD xxx.
6. There are annual subs of currently USD 1,432 next due in Jan 2020.
7. Transfer to be done at Marriot office in Singapore.
8. Club points can be used for
a) Club resorts such as Phuket, Bangkok, Bali, Gold Coast, Hawaii etc see below / and pdf
b) Club connection properties, Marriot resorts & hotels – refer to pdf
c) Transfer to Marriot Rewards points.



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