Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Sponsor Review and Giveaway: Rent A Timeshare For A Bargain Family Vacation

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  I wrote this post while participating in a campaign by Tomoson and received a gift to thank me for my time. All views and opinions with regard to the products or company itself are my own and were not influenced nor reviewed by the company prior to posting. I am disclosing this according to the FTC guidelines. 

     When most people hear the word "timeshare" they run because they know it costs a lot of money and is an investment. However, what you may be missing is a great way for you to have an inexpensive family vacation. There is a new website in town called it is a timeshare website that lets you rent a timeshare! That's right RedWeek does timeshare rentals.
    Timeshare rentals typically cost  50% less then hotel rooms, especially since you are renting directly from the owner. When you rent a timeshare you can stay at a luxury resort, with big accommodations for your entire family. Many timeshare rentals even have a fully equipped kitchen and laundry for you to use while you are vacationing. What you usually could afford at a regular hotel you get the luxury with the timeshare rental. You can have two or three bedroom suites that also include maid service as well as many other great services.
     There are resorts all over the world. What is great about the website RedWeek is when you search for a timeshare it is easy to look for location or a specific resort. You can also check on special deals and for specific needs, like beach, pet friendly, kid friendly, etc. You can browse RedWeek as a guest for free or to rent and speak with the owners you can sign up for a membership for $14.95 a year! The subscription lets you use the timeshare rentals as much as you would like during that year.
     I have not been able to take a timeshare vacation through RedWeek yet, but to test this out I thoroughly researched the website and found it extremely easy to use. Plus I compared it to several hotel rates and it was much cheaper and usually with nicer rooms. The timeshares are also hotels so it was neat to see the price differences. I actually liked seeing some places that I would never have thought to visit like a place in Oregon where you can stay in a room with ceiling to floor windows and just whale watch all day long. You wake up to the sound of whales. I found it fascinating all the different places that were offered through RedWeek and how affordable they really are.
    I know ever since we started traveling with Xavier having a kitchen and laundry really comes in handy. We have stayed at many timeshares in the past and loved them and I am really excited to try out some more with RedWeek.

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1 comment:

  1. Thousands of International travelers, particularly from the US and Canada, have fallen victims oftimeshare fraud while vacationing. Resort developers hire skilled salesmen to represent their timeshares as many different attractive packages, such as financial investments, deeded properties, or vacation clubs, just to increase their sales.



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