Budget-friendly Family Vacation + Giveaway

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A middle class family would always plan a family vacation like months before the targeted date or worst a year which includes saving up for the anticipated expenses. To be more precised, a budget-friendly family vacation, that is. But did you know that the best kept secret of a good vacation deal is renting a timeshare for this purpose?

Instead of getting to an expensive but sometimes with lousy service hotel room, it would be great to stay in accommodations that are open and more relaxing. Having a timeshare is like being home away from home. You could also have separate bedrooms, a dining area, a living room with a connecting patio or balcony, and a kitchen. The bets part, maid service will take care of the cleaning. Then there’s no reason to have your vacation spoiled and spend time cleaning up the mess that your kids made. Take note, it’s also like living in a hotel supplied with towel and fresh linens.

Additional activities would often include mini golf, volleyball, and some other ball tournaments. Your kids will also get to enjoy arts and craft classes, ice cream socials and the like. Of course, depending on the location, you could alsohave direct access to beaches, mountain biking trails, skiing, or theme parks right out your front door. All this, much less than what a hotel room costs.

Timeshare rentals offer families the opportunity to vacation at luxury resorts for less – and that’s what I call a great Vacation Deal!

Unaware of vacation deals like this? Head on to RedWeek Travel for further info and great deals. Of course, I always want the best and friendly approach for my readers. I am giving away a Free two-Year RedWeek Membership.


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32 Comments

  1. Joined your giveaway sis! Timeshare rental is such an exciting concept. You get access to luxurious five-star hotels and apartments all over the world without breaking the bank. It’s a must for any family because most hotels and resort on RedWeek are family friendly. You can cook your own meals, enjoy the swimming pool and sauna, get access to gym and sports facilities, and most of all you have ample space for your luggage hehe

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  2. hi sis mitch, nice blog theme you got here and wow, its my first time to hear/.read about redweek, i think they are cool πŸ™‚ will check them out soon.. I am thinking of having a family vacation this summer and I need a good budget plan:)

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  3. We’ve been offered tons of timeshare plans before and it never occurred to us that it can be rented out, how cool is that? You can actually gain back your investment and earn some too by renting it out, cool!

    Definitely joining! Who knows? If I win that rental timeshare can come in handy when we decide to visit my sister in law in Florida! πŸ˜€

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  4. We are seriously wanting to take our youngest daughter (and depending on their school/work schedules, our older childen, to Orlando to visit Disney & Sea World this spring/summer. I found the Orlando International Resort Club, which at $86-96 a night, looks like it would be an amazing place for our family to stay while enjoying all the fun of Florida!

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  5. I learned that RedWeek is the largest, most reputable online timeshare marketplace with more than 1.5 million registered users and an A+ Better Business Bureau rating

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  6. Wow, you can stay in the Bahamas for $67 a night!? I can’t believe I haven’t ever heard of this site! And there are over 1.5 million registered users? Where have I been!? LOL

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  7. I have never heard of Redweek before so this was great to see. I never thought about renting a timeshare- what a great idea and I like the idea of having one place to look at my options!! THanks!

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