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If you find yourself returning to the same resort or region year-after-year, or just love to travel, then timeshare ownership may be for you. For the price of a week's rental, you can purchase a timeshare at a great resort. Of course, in doing so, you accept a reasonable annual maintenance fee, but the amount you save on vacations can be tremendous.
Check out the "Own For the Price of a Week's Rental" page on RedWeek.com to find amazing deals on resales. We've also highlighted a few exceptional deals below:
When you look at the cost of renting accommodations, especially for the peak holiday seasons, the prices can be daunting. If you already own a timeshare, but aren't interested in going back to the same old place, just a few bucks can take you someplace fantastic for the holidays.
Boyne Mountain, MI: 3 bedroom; 2,599 points
Kauai, HI: 2 bedroom; 2,999 points
Las Vegas, NV: 2 bedroom; 1,934 points
Selecting the right price for your timeshare rental or resale can be difficult. Price too high and you won't receive many offers; price too low and you may feel as if you're giving it away (not to mention renters might be suspicious about the low price). To help you make this tough decision, we have listed below some helpful tips to price your timeshare right:
RedWeek members are currently embroiled in a great discussion on our Forums pages about whether or not timeshares are a good investment. One member cautions to, "Never buy a timeshare as a monetary investment…", while another thinks of his timeshare as a "...variable annuity (something I invested money in that pays me back every year for the rest of my life)".
To read more of this discussion, or share your opinion with other members, go to the Timeshare Exchanges topic on the Forums pages.
All-inclusive resorts are the way to go if you don't want to carry a wallet or leave your resort while on vacation. To make your search simple, RedWeek provides a complete list of all-inclusive timeshare resorts. To simplify the process even further, you can sort the list by region.
By choosing an all-inclusive resort, you pay everything up-front and know, for the most part, how much your escape to paradise will cost. At an all-inclusive resort, your meals, snacks, drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic), activities, entertainment, tips, and taxes are all typically included in the price of your room, or are lumped into one additional all-inclusive fee paid to the resort at time of check-in.
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