SINGAPORE - RCI, worldwide leader in the vacation exchange industry, has officially launched its RCI Pointsprogram in Asia. Affiliates in Asia now have the option to offer a points-based exchange program to their owners, in addition to the RCI Weeks exchange program.
RCI Points was first launched in 2000 in the U.S. and is the industry's largest worldwide points-based exchange program. It provides RCI members with a flexible way to exchange their vacation ownership for time at other resorts around the world. Their vacation ownership is assigned a points value, depending on a range of factors such as supply and demand at their resort, location and quality of the resort, type of unit owned and comment card feedback from members who have stayed in the resort. They can then use those points to exchange for a resort stay of similar value.
An RCI Points membership offers many benefits:
For example, RCI Points members could use their annual Points allotment to book a big family holiday in a large three-bedroom villa. However the next year they may opt to take a few short holidays in smaller units using the same amount of points.
"RCI Points has been a tremendous success since its launch in the U.S. in 2000, and has proven to be the most flexible and rewarding vacation exchange program in the market today," said Jonathan Mills, managing director, RCI Asia Pacific. "As RCI continues to expand its presence in Asia, we are confident that RCI Points will provide more benefits and options to our affiliates in the region and meet the changing needs of consumers today."