Q: How does the WorldMark Points System work?
A: WorldMark Points, otherwise known as credits, become available every year on the anniversary of the date those points were purchased. WorldMark Points act as a type of vacation currency to be used when booking a stay at a WorldMark timeshare. Each annual allotment of points is available for 12 months and owners can use these points to book vacations at any of the 60 WorldMark resorts across the continental U.S., Hawaii, Canada, Mexico and Fiji. Points can even be borrowed from the upcoming year to book a more extensive vacation during the current year, and unused points can be carried over into the following year. However, unused points will expire after a two-year period.
Frequently Asked Questions for the use of WorldMark Credits
- What is WorldMark by Wyndham?
- Where are WorldMark Resort Locations?
- What is Bonus Time?
- How does the WorldMark Points System work?
- How much do Maintenance Fees cost?
- What check-in days can be booked? What are the minimum stay requirements?
- Can WorldMark owners travel to the South Pacific Club or Wyndham Resorts?
- Is there a difference between Right-to-Use and Usage for Perpetuity?
- What is a Worldmark Housekeeping Token?
- How much is housekeeping without tokens?
- What are WorldMark owners' exchange options?
Frequently Asked Questions for WorldMark Credit Transfers
- Can banked points be transferred?
- How long are credits available to transfer?
- How often do WorldMark owners receive a normal credit allotment?
- How many digits in a WorldMark owner number?
- WorldMark owners cannot transfer credits if:
- Do owners have to pay a credit transfer fee?
- What is the minimum amount of credits that can be transferred per housekeeping token?
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