Monday, July 25, 2011

RedWeek Budget-Friendly TimeShare Rental Review and Giveaway Ends 8.3.11! ~CLOSED~

Winner has been picked and emailed! See below for who won!


Timeshare Rentals. I know what your thinking. I thought it too. Until I got the opportunity to review RedWeek and see exactly what they were all about and I must say I was rather surprised. We've all either been on a timesheet tour that dragged on and on or we know someone who has. That's not what this was about.
This was different. The website was user friendly and easy to navigate. There were sections for people who were looking to rent a time share with listings from the shares owner. They were remarkably affordable and they had great locations from PTA Golf Week in Arizona to white sand beach locations from your wildest dreams. They had them all. They were affordable, easy to read, great ad layouts and detailed amenities. 

They have a wish list for those to post an ad if they don't see what they are looking for.

They also have a direct buyer to seller section for buyers and sellers to connect without the costly middle man. 

Another point that I thought was great was the community forum section. I thought it was great there were topic discussions on all sorts of things including how to prepare for a trip, safety, customs and a variety of other user generated topics.

There was one prompt that was a bit annoying. Upon each visit, a 'share this on Facebook' bar went across the screen. It wasn't enough to disrupt my visits as it was easy to close and didn't return until my next visit.

Overall, I was impress with RedWeek. I was quite surprised by the affordability of many of the vacations. Many of the vacations were things we would be able to afford on a budget. RedWeek gets a thumbs up from me. I know where we will be vacation shopping at next year!

Where did this company get it's name? The term “RedWeek,” in the timeshare industry means that a “red week” is the prime time to own a timeshare (for example, Christmas week at a ski lodge, etc.).

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Erin from Long Island said...

i learned It's FREE to view the resorts, availability, and our timeshare discussion forums.

Erin from Long Island said...

I found The St. George's Club in bermuda for $125 per night

amy warren said...

i learned you do not have to take a tour!

amy warren said...

i found the hgvc orlando at sea world for $114 a night.

mackenzie said...

I don't want to get involved with the whole timeshare thing. I hear so much about timeshare relief scams it completely turns me away from timeshares.

Anthony Stone said...

Timeshare Rentals sounds like an interesting an idea. There's timeshare rentals and there's also timeshare relief

Brooker Joshua said...

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