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Member NEWS


Membership with Real


Benefi ts


With fabulous resorts, fantastic services, exciting offers and innovative products — including the


recently enhanced weeks membership — there’s never been a better time to be an RCI member. Being a member of RCI gives


you access to more than 4,000 wonderful holiday resorts across the world and we can also help get you there with great value travel deals. And having worked alongside EU legislators in the creation of the new European consumer protection legislation, we have our members’ best interests at heart. With more than 3.8


million members, going the extra mile for our customers is a priority for RCI. We strive to bring you better holiday experiences and greater value. Among exclusive member benefi ts are great value RCI Extra Holidays, together with enhanced weeks membership offering greater transparency, resort choice and fl exibility, allowing you to combine weeks and ‘spend’ only the trading power you actually use. Having pioneered


timeshare exchange in 1974 we’re here for the long-term — and we hope you will be too. That’s why we’re offering great money-saving deals on longer-term membership packages, as well as on direct debit fee payments. Call 0845 60 86 380 or visit rci.com now to learn more!


All about Weeks


Have you visited rciweeks.co.uk/inside yet?


Protect your holiday with RCI


Because you never know what might happen to change your holiday plans, it is important to safeguard your Exchange Holiday. Exchange Protection, a new


cancellation scheme specifi cally designed for RCI members, provides complete peace of mind if you need to change or cancel your exchange accommodation for any reason. With Exchange Protection, RCI weeks members who need to cancel their exchange will have their exchange fee refunded as a credit to their account (valid for six months) and the trading power of their deposit will be fully restored. With prices starting from only £39 per Exchange, it’s the ideal way to protect your all- important Exchange booking. Call 0845 60 86 380 today.


• RCI recommends that members continue to take out travel insurance to cover fl ights, medical expenses, loss of luggage, theft, etc. Exclusive to RCI members, RCI Travel can arrange this for you. Call RCI Travel on 0845 60 86


265 to book.


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www.rci.com HOLIDAY 5


Did you know that there are two types of deposit depending on whether you own a fi xed or fl oating week? Visit the site to learn more about your deposit and much more, such as how to build an annual deposit routine to give you the highest trading power using the Deposit Calculator, a step-by-step guide to your deposit value at whatever time you plan to make it. And why not click onto the ‘Search for a Holiday’ tab and let RCI fi nd you the perfect holiday?


Trading Power explained This section tells you why it’s so important to deposit early and exactly when your deposit is considered ‘early’. It also explains how trading power values are set and how they help you to get a fair exchange holiday.


Understand Combined Deposits The new enhancements to weeks give more transparency, fl exibility and value to your RCI holiday planning. Visit this section to learn how to combine your deposited weeks and deposit credits to access more holiday choices than ever by increasing your trading power for that really special holiday.


All about RCI Holidays Here’s where you can fi nd out more about the wide variety of holiday options and services that RCI offers. These include exclusive special offers, Late Deals, RCI Extra Holidays and cruises — with tips on searching for your perfect holiday and making reservations at rci.com


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