Gold vs Platinum

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By tjw2

Gold vs Platinum

Could somebody tell me what are considered Platinum weeks and Gold weeks at this location. Thank you.

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10 years ago
Jan 27, 2008

By william838

Gold vs Platinum

tjw2 wrote:
Could somebody tell me what are considered Platinum weeks and Gold weeks at this location. Thank you.
Gold is weeks 13 to 23 and 35 thru 43 inclusive Platinum is weeks 24 thru 34 inclusive

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10 years ago
Feb 03, 2008

By dennisn31

Gold vs Platinum

william838 wrote:
tjw2 wrote:
Could somebody tell me what are considered Platinum weeks and Gold weeks at this location. Thank you.
Gold is weeks 13 to 23 and 35 thru 43 inclusive Platinum is weeks 24 thru 34 inclusive

The Platinum Season is basically the summer vacation time when kids are out of school. Pretty much from 1st week or so of June through the 1st week of September. Gold Season sandwiches the Platinum season and is considered a better golfing time.

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10 years ago
Mar 30, 2008

By dennisn31

Gold vs Platinum

william838 wrote:
tjw2 wrote:
Could somebody tell me what are considered Platinum weeks and Gold weeks at this location. Thank you.
Gold is weeks 13 to 23 and 35 thru 43 inclusive Platinum is weeks 24 thru 34 inclusive

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10 years ago
Mar 30, 2008

By dennisn31

The Platinum season is basically summer vacation time when kids are out of school. Approximately the first part of June through the first part of September. The Gold season(s) sandwich the Platinum and are considered the better golfing time with somewhat cooler, less humid weather. It also tends to be a bit quieter on the island.

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10 years ago
Mar 30, 2008

By carll64

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thanks for the information who define in different manner Even I was not knowing the exact meaning of these. Once my cousin asked me the sane question i was not in the position to answer her when I goggled I found the answer. Thanks Once again

Last edit by marty8084 on Oct 04, 2010 02:21 PM.

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7 years ago
Oct 04, 2010

By markk442

What is medium time and what is high? Gold vs Platinum?

When a resale says floating medium, what range of weeks is that?

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5 years ago
Aug 03, 2012

By nanaboat

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If you have kids or grand kids you want to take, do not buy Gold! Biggest mistake I made! Oceanfront is not a big deal!

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3 years ago
Jul 07, 2015

By william838

YOU MEAN BECAUSE THE KIDS ARE IN SCHOOL FOR THE GOLD SEASON?

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3 years ago
Jul 07, 2015

By nanaboat

Yes, the kids are in school with the exception of the last week of the Gold Season and good luck getting that week. I own two weeks in the Gold season and have not been able to get into my home resort for four years! I ended up buying points to help. I bought ocean front, which was a Big mistake because there are less units. I call first day I can call at 9:00 am and cannot get my weeks. I don't know what happen, but we have been owners for 19 years and the past five years have been totally unacceptable.

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3 years ago
Jul 07, 2015

By suef125

What do low,medium and high seasons mean? Are they the same as bronze, silver, gold and platinum?

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2 years ago
Mar 24, 2016

By phyl21
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Sue -

Low, medium or high corresponds to the level of demand at the resort that the timeshare week falls into. Platinum would be high season, but owners may differ on how they classify gold or silver. You would need to contact the owner directly to verify the weeks in which a reservation can be made.

If you have further questions, please Contact Us .

Phyllis

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2 years ago
Mar 24, 2016

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