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Don’t miss out! Royal Resorts Friends and Family program news

The NEW and improved Royal Resorts Friends and Family program no longer requires enrollment, is super easy, and offers exciting new benefits! You can even earn stays at Grand Residences, our award-winning resort affiliated with Leading Hotels of the World®.

Invite your friends and family to discover Royal Resorts for themselves and start earning great benefits now!

It’s really easy:
*Simply visit the Friends and Family website friendsandfamily.royalresorts.com
*Share the amazing Friends & Family vacation package with everyone you know via email or social media
*Start reaping the benefits!

Earn stays at Grand Residences or Royal Resorts Rewards

Every time one of your referrals books the special Friends and Family vacation offer you’ll earn a two-day stay in a Junior Suite for two at Grand Residences or US$100 in Royal Resorts Rewards

And if one of your referrals becomes a Royal Resorts member, you’ll receive even more exciting benefits: a five-day stay at Grand Residences for two or US$400 in Royal Resorts Rewards

Remember that if you choose Royal Resorts Rewards you can use them on vacation to pay for spa treatments, meals at Royal Resorts restaurants and other perks. Alternatively, you can put them towards your annual Club Service Fee or make a donation to the Royal Resorts Foundation and help change lives.

Once you start referring you can check the status of your referrals on the website.

Don’t miss out any longer!

 

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