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    Combine your deposits before year end with 2 year free extension

    I had a lot of points about to expire, I combined my deposits and extended for 2 years free for $129 total. They want that much just to extend for 6 months. I think this is one of the rare good things RCI has to offer. Take advantage of it before the deal goes away
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    Silver Contributor and supermoderator GrayFal's Avatar
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    They are offering this thru March 31,2028
    They have been doing it month by month but now pushed it out until March

    I guess they saw that people were no longer combining because it was such a bad deal to only extend 12 months out. Fir many people this would cut their point life down not extend it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrayFal View Post
    They are offering this thru March 31,2028
    They have been doing it month by month but now pushed it out until March

    I guess they saw that people were no longer combining because it was such a bad deal to only extend 12 months out. Fir many people this would cut their point life down not extend it.
    First they create a nice system, then they devalue it and drive people away.
    I've pretty much given up on RCI.
    I much prefer II now.

    I used to use RCI almost exclusively, but now have switched to II instead.
    I haven't done an RCI deposit in almost 2 years now.
    And have TPU's set to expire because I haven't found much I want.
    Can't get much with 28 TPus anymore. Grrrrr.

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    thanks for the heads up, Frank!

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    Missed it..Oh well.
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    Down to one deposit

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