Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Rent a Timeshare Review and Giveaway!

     Do you try to vacation on a budget?  Do you have kids or pets and have a hard time trying to fit them in a single hotel room?  Are you tired of spending most of your vacation budget on eating out?  I fit into each of these categories, and each of them has made vacations stressful and expensive.  That's why I was so excited when I found out about timeshare rentals on RedWeek.com.
   With a timeshare rental, you have access to amazing options to cut the cost of a vacation and take the stress out of meals, activities and sleeping arrangements.  With timeshare rentals, you can stay in exclusive resorts that fit your specific needs.  You can pick from resorts that are: kid friendly, pet friendly, are next to beaches, theme parks, golf courses and much more.  Instead of stuffing your family into a cramped hotel room, you will have access to multiple bedroom and bedding options.  Staying in a one bedroom hotel room, means not much sleep for mommy and daddy, and the evening ends once the kids are tired.  With multiple bedrooms, you can have a room to yourselves, and aren't stuck with an early bedtime.
   One thing I dread about vacations is all the eating out.  It is hard on my budget and hard on my thighs!  Most timeshares include a full kitchen with a full-sized refrigerator   Instead of constantly eating out, you can pick up some groceries and enjoy breakfast, lunches and dinners for half the cost of restaurants.  Many timeshare rentals also include laundry facilities, many times, located right in your room!  I can't count all the times I've needed to to laundry on vacation, but wasn't willing to pay the outrageous hotel laundry prices.  With a timeshare rental, you can throw a load of laundry in the wash and head out for a day of sightseeing and playing.  Timeshare rentals also include the amenities of regular hotels such as: maid service, swimming pools, spas, and saunas.
   RedWeek.com made searching for timeshare rentals easy.  I was able to quickly search for timeshare rentals by location or resort name.  RedWeek.com helps you find the resort you want, at the location you want, at the date you want.  They are able to do this because they cut out the middlemen that often are associated with timeshare rentals.  Owners of timeshares post the availability of their timeshare on RedWeek.com and connect with travelers directly. RedWeek.com has an A+ rating with the BBB.  RedWeek.com also has services if you are interested in selling or buying a timeshare.  If you aren't able to constantly check on the availability of timeshare rentals, RedWeek.com also offers monthly emails with special offers and travel tips.  Just glancing around their site, I was able to find a timeshare rental in Las Vegas for $60/night, Orlando for $43/night, Cabo for $57/night, and the Bahamas for $49/night.  Also, unlike the travel websites where you name your price or bid on hotels, you will know exactly where you are staying before you pay!  No surprises or gimmicks.
   I found a timeshare rental for a highly-rated resort in Las Vegas for $60/night.  When I looked up the same resort on other travel sites, the prices ranged from $150-160/ night.  The prices on RedWeek.com were nearly 1/3 the price of other sites!  That's a huge savings!  I'm excited to bring these savings to you, and give you the opportunity to take the hassle out of travel.  I'm partnering with RedWeek.com to giveaway a two year membership to RedWeek.com

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  6. Cancel a timeshare: This is the best solution to get rid of a timeshare efficiently. When a timeshare is properly cancelled, the financial obligations attached to the resort will be gone: no more threatening calls, no more debt, and no more maintenance fees. It is important, however, to cancel your timeshare agreement through the right professionals in order to avoid being scammed. Is important that people know the scammer resorts to avoid them: http://www.timesharescam.com/timeshare-complaints-resorts-black-list/2-villa-del-palmar-timeshare-complaints/

  7. If you are not interested in purchasing a timeshare, do not attend a timeshare presentation! The free gifts are not worth wasting a day of your vacation, and putting your hard earned money at risk of being scammed by the timeshare salespeople.

  8. with the current state of the economy, it has become more important to think on what is best for our pockets. Many people consider on taking timeshare promotions and promos.

  9. Timeshare sales are very common these days. Resort companies and worried owners are doing all that is possible to sell their timeshare properties, but the problem is that the supply exceeds the demand by far. If you go on vacation to a well known touristic spot, it is very probable that you will be approached by a timeshare salesman. No matter where you are: at the airport, on the streets, on a restaurant, timeshare salespeople are everywhere! And if that’s not enough, the internet is also infested by thousands of timeshare sales deals.

  10. The truth is that timeshare rentals can be very expensive, since you have to cover the annual expenses that the original owner has, such as maintenance fees, membership, assessment fees, among others. Many vacationers decide to rent a timeshare direct from the owner, being that timeshare resales and rental companies do not have a good reputation.