To find out when your RCI membership is due for renewal, call an RCI guide or log on to rci.com. Under the ‘MY ACCOUNT’ you will see when your RCI Weeks membership is valid until.
Your renewal date also appears on your Weeks Account Statement, and we’ll also send you a reminder in the run up to your account expiring.
You can renew your account by calling an RCI Guide or through your online account by clicking on ‘GO TO MY ACCOUNT’.
You can renew your membership at any time, and choose from 1 to 5 year periods. Take a look at the great savings we offer for members who subscribe for longer – renewing your membership for 3 or 5 years can save you £££’s.
Keep your membership up to date to ensure you can continue to book an Extra Holiday with us, as booking for travel past your Membership Expiry date will not be possible.
Renewing by Direct Debit
Setting up a Direct Debit is the hassle-free way to keep your RCI membership up to date, and you’ll never have to worry about the expiry date again.
If you wish to set up a Direct Debit with us, you can now do this online also. If you eligible to set up a Direct Debit, you will see an advert on the ‘MY ACCOUNT’ page. Follow the simple ‘Sign Up!’ steps.
Once you’ve signed up your account will automatically be renewed each year, meaning your membership is always up to date so you can make Exchange Holiday bookings and take advantage of our many offers.
Paying for your membership by Direct Debit is a hassle free, secure and cheaper option to renew your membership. The annual fee for membership on Direct Debit is £59 compared with 1 year renewal fee at £75.
Important to note also, is that, one of the benefits of being a Direct Debit member, is that you can make an exchange booking outside of your RCI Membership expiration date, whereas non Direct Debit members will not be able to unless, as part of the booking process, you renew your membership in order to complete your booking.