Save Some Money with Timeshare Rentals on RedWeek.com + a 2 Year Membership Giveaway! {Closed}

Are you like me and long overdue for a vacation? Living on a budget makes it hard for us to actually take a vacation. Not to mention, there are five of us and that just means more money. There are so many places that I want to visit! I have an affordable solution. Timeshare rentals might just be what we are all in need of and RedWeek.com has them!

Timeshare rentals allow families to stay in luxury resorts during their vacations who might not otherwise be able to do so. There are so many advantages to renting a timeshare directly from an owner. Timeshare rentals generally cost up to 50% less than a usual hotel room. Not to mention, they are more spacious and some allow the kids to have their own bedrooms! 

Most timeshares come equipped with a kitchen which saves you money on eating out. I know eating out takes a big chunk of vacation money. Just think how much you would save being able to get some groceries from the store and prepare your own meals. Then when the kids (or mom and dad) get snack attacks, you have some on hand – no more spending a fortune on vending machines and over-priced mini bars. 

Some timeshares are attached to resorts where their are fun things to do that are included in the price. Some might have an arcade, playground or even a waterpark. Those are just the extremes. Think about the indoor/outdoor pools, spas, saunas and whatever else might be available. I don’t know about you… but I’m already sold on this timeshare talk. 

RedWeek is a website where owners list their timeshares for rent.  When you sign up for a RedWeek.com membership, it gives you access to all the information you will need on renting timeshares. You can see timeshare listings, reviews, pictures and much more. You will also be able to engage in rental agreements that include budget-friendly amenities.  
While browsing on RedWeek.com, I came across amazing deals! I’m ready to plan a vacation and now I just don’t know where! Could you imagine staying in Cabo for $50 a night?! How about Maui for $66 a night?! Sign me up! We are actually planning a quick, small trip in November or December and I’m definitely going to look into renting a timeshare. Even though we’re not going far, I’d much rather stay somewhere nice and affordable than a hotel. 
You should definitely check out RedWeek.com! One reader is going to win a FREE two year membership to RedWeek.com. Enter by filling out the easy Rafflecopter below. Good Luck!  

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  1. if I want to put up my week in myrtle beach s c what steps do I do ?

  2. Timeshare owners post their units for rent or sale to an audience of over 1.5 million registered users. No commission, no middlemen.

    sibabe64 at ptd dot net

  3. I’d be interested in either the Cabo or Aruba package.

  4. I learned that advantages to posting your timeshare there, include: Owners post their units for rent or sale to an audience of over 1.5 million registered users. No commission, no middlemen.

  5. Lisa Sarmiento says:

    I own a timeshare in Orlando but I am always looking for another week to spend somewhere other than Orlando! I would say any place other than Orlando is my new interest! 🙂

  6. Well, I learned that some of these are really expensive. Ten days at a Marriot in Hawaii at $5,000 ($714/night)! I’m sure one could rent a regular hotel room for much less. It is obvious that some members want to make money on this site. Some of the Mexico destinations were more affordable.