PIN question


#1

I’m sure I’ve read it here before, but I can’t find it in search… and, unfortunately, I’m pretty sure I know the answer…

PINs are specific to the person who receives them, correct? Both my sister and my best friend received PINs for free dining thru 8/14. Can I use that PIN or must it be used by them? :blush:

please… :crying:


#2

[QUOTE=crazy4tink;1029533]I’m sure I’ve read it here before, but I can’t find it in search… and, unfortunately, I’m pretty sure I know the answer…

PINs are specific to the person who receives them, correct? Both my sister and my best friend received PINs for free dining thru 8/14. Can I use that PIN or must it be used by them? :blush:

please… :crying:[/QUOTE]

Pins are person specific. If they are going with you, they may be able to book more than one room under the pin and you can use it that way.


#3

If a PIN is sent to a person other than you to YOUR address, you may use it.


#4

So I need to change my address? :laugh:


#5

:laugh::laugh::laugh:Yes! Great idea!:laugh:

I have gotten several PIN codes in mailbox, but actually addressed to my mom. She has gone on a couple of trips with us, but she doesn’t live with me.:huh: I’ve been told that I can use those PINs since they came to my house even though my name is different from my mom’s. :happy:


#6

If a PIN is sent to a person other than you to YOUR address, you may use it.


#7

I truly have considered changing my address to my sisters place, but it seems a bit extreme! :blush:


#8

I get codes all the time in the mail for Madison and she is 8! :laugh:


#9

Not what I was told. I get pin codes for a guest I rented points to and was told that the person named must be on the reservation.

That said, the next CM might give a totally different answer or not care one way or another.