Marriott Vacation Club Cruise Fees Class Action Settlement
Settlement Deadline: June 20, 2018

Marriott Ownership Resorts Inc. and International Cruise & Excursion Gallery Inc. have agreed to settle a class action lawsuit alleging they hid the true cost of cruises offered to consumers in exchange for points allocated to them through their purchase of timeshare memberships.

Class Members of the Marriott Vacation Club settlement include anyone in the United States who, from Jan. 1, 2010 to Feb. 23, 2018, were members of the Marriott Club Destinations Exchange Program and booked a cruise through International Cruise & Excursion Gallery Inc.

Class Members may choose one of the following three benefits:

Cash: Claimants may choose to receive a cash payment valued at 50 percent of the cash value of the non-commissionable fare they paid for their cruise booking(s).

Exchange Program PlusPoints: Claimants may elect to receive 75 percent of the cash value of the non-commissionable fare they paid for their cruise booking(s), returned in the value of cruise-only Exchange Program PlusPoints. NOTE: Class Members who elect this benefit must use their Exchange Program PlusPoints no later than three years from the Claim Form deadline.

Gift Card: Claimants may elect to receive 75 percent of the cash value of the non-commissionable fare they paid for their cruise booking(s) in the form of an International Cruise & Excursion Gallery branded gift card.

June 20, 2018