Hi there...does the voucher cover the 'Retail Price', or the 'Your Price'. For example, I'm looking at the Wyndham Kauai Beach Villas, and the 'Retail Price' is $2,370.99, while the 'Your Price' is listed as $900. If I were to purchase the voucher for $489, worth $1,500, would it cover the $900 'Your Price', and not leave any outstanding balance? Thanks!
Leah K. asked on Dec 31, 2012
Hi Leah! The "Retail Price" is the normal / average retail price of what it would cost you (a "non-owner") to book the private resort. With your paid purchase of our special Voucher, "Your Price" will be "FREE / $0" as long as you don't select a resort that requires an "Upgrade" fee. In this case, you're looking at the Wyndham Kauai Beach Villas and it requires an Upgrade fee. Its regular Retail Price is $2,370.00, which is what you would have paid had you tried to book those accommodations directly through the resort (outside of our special Voucher program). Since this resort is showing "Your Price" as $900, then this indicates that there's an Upgrade fee of $900 to book this property (on whatever dates you selected). So in addition to the cost of the $489 Voucher, you will need to pay an extra $900 Upgrade fee to reserve those accommodations, for a total cost to you of $1389 for your 7-Night Resort Stay. Considering the normal "Retail Price" is $2,370.99, that still provides you with a considerable savings of $981! Just remember that some resorts may have to charge extra taxes, so make sure to check that info under the "Resort Details" tabs for any property before you book.
Shawn G. from Merchant replied on Dec 31, 2012