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Ownership Purchase Pricing

Effective January 1, 2007 - December 31, 2007

Unit Sales Pricing

Effective 01/01/2007 - 12/31/2007

Tri-Annual

Unit Week Style

Event Week

Standard Week

Flex Week

Bedroom Unit

A

NA

3500

3167

B

NA

3167

2833

C

NA

3333

3000

D

NA

3333

3000

E

NA

3833

3500

Bi-Annual

Unit Week Style

Event Week

Standard Week

Flex Week

Bedroom Unit

A

NA

5000

4500

B

NA

4500

4000

C

NA

4750

4250

D

NA

4750

4250

E

NA

5500

5000

Unit Week Style

Event

Standard

Flex

Bedroom Unit

A

18000

9000

8000

B

14000

8000

7000

C

16000

8500

7500

D

16000

8500

7500

E

20000

10000

9000

Event Unit is

2 Weeks Long

 

There are three types of costs: Ownership Purchase; Maintenance Fee; and Trip Fee.

 The first cost is a one-time ownership purchase charge.  This covers the initial purchase of the physical railroad car and the renovations and updates performed to bring the car up to current Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) and Amtrak standards.  Payment of this amount entitles the buyer to ownership of a one-week unit of a specific bedroom.  This includes private use of the specific bedroom and shared use of the common areas of the car. 

 The second cost is the Annual Maintenance Fee.  This covers property and liability insurance for the car.  Other expenses like cleaning and minor repairs are included.  A certain amount of the maintenance fee is set aside each year for a “reserve account” for replacement of long-term items in the car.  These include: replacement windows, carpeting, upholstery, painting, wheels and truck work, etc.

 The third cost is the Trip Fee.  The costs for the trips are allocated to the owners of the specific week.  This covers the cost of the specific trips that you take.  Included in this is the movement fee that Amtrak or other railroads charge to move the car, the costs of the two on-board staff members, food, and scheduled events for the week.  This charge is dependent on the length and the type of the trip.  This way shorter trips are less expensive and owners who go on those trips will pay less for the trip.   

 

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Updated: July 26, 2007