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How does Wyndam Vacation Ownership work?

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As of 2015, Wyndham Vacation Ownership works on the point system, where an owner can use the points to reserve a resort at any Wyndham or participating resort location. The unit size, location and time period of the reservation is determined by the number of points the owner wishes to use. Wyndham vacation ownership resorts belong to one of Wyndham's primary brands, such as WorldMark South Pacific Club by Wyndham, Shell Vacations Club and Club Wyndham Asia.

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Wyndham Vacation Ownership gives each resort timeshare owner a set amount of points each year and owners have the flexibility to choose when and where they use their points. The points are valid at more than 200 vacation ownership resorts, totaling about 24,000 individual units throughout Wyndham and the RCI networks, as of 2015. Locations include the United States, South Pacific, Brazil, Mexico, Canada and the Caribbean.

Owners should allow for sufficient advance notice and points before booking to ensure they are able to reserve the unit they want, recommends Wyndham Vacation Ownership. For example, a one bedroom unit located in the Bahamas may require the same amount of points during peak season than a larger unit at the same resort during the non-peak season. Owners who prefer the larger unit may want to consider going during off-peak season.

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