How are Points allocated?

Points are allocated to inventory based on a number of different factors that include: 


The unit sizes are indicated by the number of guests that can occupy the units. The higher the occupancy, the higher the Points required.


Inventory is typically offered in durations (also referred to as spans) as:

  • Full Weeks - 7 Nights (Friday to Friday)

  • Weekends – 3 Nights (Friday – Monday)

  • Midweeks – 4 Nights (Monday to Friday) 

When a resort offers midweeks or weekends, this is what is also known as a ‘split week’. Not all resorts offer split weeks, especially during peak season.

Full Week (FULL): A full week means a 7-night stay, and usually runs from a Friday afternoon to a Friday morning.

Check-in / out days may vary per resort.

Weekend (WE): A weekend is a 3-night stay and is approximately 60% of a full week’s Points value and usually runs from Friday afternoon to Monday morning.

Midweek (MW): A midweek is a 4-night stay and is approximately 40% of a full week’s Points value and usually runs from Monday afternoon to Friday morning.

Weeks & Dates

Check-in and check-out dates are shown in each resort’s Points Table, next to the season and Points costs per booking duration. Visit the website to view these Points Tables.


The Points Table is categorised into different seasons. Resorts in the same area, with the same diamond rating and unit size, carry the same Points value. Although the seasons may change from year to year, the total Points cost for a unit for the whole year remains unchanged.

Low Out: The least popular out of season periods for holidays.

Medium Out: These are all out-of-season periods, excluding the weeks with Public Holidays or long weekends.

High Out: Out-of-season weeks where there is a Public Holiday, a long weekend or a high demand period.

Low InThe least popular periods for holidays during school holiday weeks.

Medium In: This grouping covers medium demand holidays during school holiday weeks.

High In: These are the most popular school holidays apart from peak season.

Peak: These weeks are the most popular season weeks, eg. Christmas and New Year.

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