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hope this helps.......Not sure if it helps the OP, but it helped me. I've been poking around the timeshare auction pages looking for an RCI (the timeshare company) points package, just haven't decided whether it's worthwhile or not. It's nice to know that it actually is possible to do the swap for a cruise. RCI's own info is extremely confusing.
We booked our 2014 12 day Baltic Cruise through RCI Timeshare exchange. The cost was $1,330 per person . The rate now for the same cruise is $1,800 per person. I'd say we got a pretty good deal.Thank you! that's great to hear I did book the cruise and received an even better price for our Barcelona cruise and even booked a 2nd week at a resort there to extend our vacation! I'm so glad someone else has had a good experience doing this.
Water Baby,When booking through RCI do you give up OBC or do they give what NCL is giving at the time? Also, when I booked with my regular TA he always give us addl OBC. What was your experience? Thank you so much! I appreciate your expertise as I am very new with using RCI.
This will be 5th cruise we have arranged through RCI, we have always gotten a huge discount, and never had any problems.