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Old 06-08-2013, 12:34 AM   #16
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Does anyone that has seen the studios remember if the tub has the same "champagne bubble" feature as the tub in the 1 bedroom? I can't believe I didn't take note while I toured!
Really? Ok that I DIDN'T know. Can't wait to stay in my 1 Bedroom for New Years!
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Does anyone that has seen the studios remember if the tub has the same "champagne bubble" feature as the tub in the 1 bedroom? I can't believe I didn't take note while I toured!
"Champagne bubbles", eh? Now that's marketing!

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Really? Ok that I DIDN'T know. Can't wait to stay in my 1 Bedroom for New Years!
I don't think I'd take a swig!
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We were the first members to tour the VGF model. The one bedroom has a freestanding Victorian style tub with the champagne bubbles. The studio has a tub shower without champagne bubbles.
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I was told the purchase dues are pro rated, in the manner previously listed in this thread.

Now the math (suppose I should have asked)..... if dues begin October 23 (non-December contract addition), do the dues get divided by 60/365 (9 days left in Oct + 30 in Nov + 31 in Dec) multiplied by number of points and point cost?

For example, using a 100 point contract: 60/365= 0.16438356164

0.16438356164 X 100 points= 16.4383561644

16.4383561644 X dues ($5.14) = $88.93

is this right?
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