Timeshare Property/Vacation Club are they Worth???
Me and my boyfriend were recently at Hawaii and stayed at The Westin Ka'anapali Ocean Resort Villas for a week. During our time over there we were approached and given a sales presentation on Time Sharing property at the Westin. We were really intrigued by the offer, however this was really a new thing to us and we don't have anyone in our friends circle who has taken advantage of similar system.
Do you know anyone who is an owner of similar property? Are these membership worth the money?
- Teradata uvur74Watch the presentation. They will give you perks (free hotel room tickets to shows) etc. if you negotiate you can get free gifts for around $500. The presentation takes around 90ish minutes. Don’t buy the timeshare after the presentation is done. As others have said it’s a trap. Walk away with freebies.