I'd get October, September or even August. That way, if I needed to, I could start my trip in late November (I like early December stays, but often arrive during the last days of November). Booking across use years is a pain, and puts the points used for November at serious risk if you need to cancel the trip. It can also impede walking if you need to do that.If probably travel December to May, is December a good UY?
This is my preferred use year as well, and that's generally when we travel. We have school aged kids, so it covers Christmas, March break, Easter and summer.If probably travel December to May, is December a good UY?
I agree. Dec UY can be confusing. You will be using current UY from 2019 when traveling this (2020) Thanksgiving!We have a single smaller contract for Dec (most of our contracts are Sept). You just have to adjust your thinking to your new calendar. A Dec UY means your points start fresh on Dec 1. So when the world is talking about the new year, you have just started your current year.