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Post Info TOPIC: Final Day - Thousand Trails Zone Camping Pass Special


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Final Day - Thousand Trails Zone Camping Pass Special

I just happened to notice this today.

Thousand Trails has gone to a Zone Camping Pass system for new memberships.

Today, November 18, 2011, is the last day for a special in which you can buy one zone and get the second one free.

Annual fee for zone passes is $499, but there is an enrollment fee depending on the number of zones you purchase.

For one zone, they waive the enrollment fee and you pay only the $499 annual fee.  Normally, each additional zone has an enrollment fee of $795.

This special waives the enrollment fee on both the first and second zone, so you can get two zones for only $499.  Also, this special allows you to pay the $499 in monthly installments rather than all upfront.

This might be a great way to check out the Thousand Trails system.  However, I will caution you that the annual fee will automatically renew at the end of the 12 months UNLESS you cancel in writing 30 days prior.

Just though I'd pass it along.  smile  

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