Most people when preparing for a vacation either call a travel agent or search online for deals themselves. Travel web sites like Travelocity and Expedia are often used to make room reservations, but, did you know you could save thousands of dollars renting a timeshare from Redweek.com, the largest timeshare marketplace? If this sounds too good to be true, sign in free as a guest and compare prices for yourself. We’ve conducted our own research on our listed prices vs. the EXACT same units posted on major travel sites like Expedia and Travelocity, and our timeshare condos usually cost hundreds or thousands of dollars less.
Why is timeshare rental so much cheaper?
With timeshare rental, timeshare owners post their properties that they are unable to use for that year. With over 1 million registered users, we have over 4,000 luxury resorts to choose from. Since they own the property, they can choose the cost of the nightly rental fee. Most owners just wish to cover their own annual costs which can be significantly lower than the rates a resort with high overhead would offer to the general public.
Although you don't pay a membership fee to access and contact hotels on Expedia and Travelocity, you may not realize there are significant fees built in to the final booking price. When conducting your own research, choose dates on the travel web sites listed above, and continue in the process like you're going to book those dates, in order to see the FULL price. What you’ll find is that the “full price” includes taxes and fees. We were amazed during our research to find some taxes and fees were as high as $81.60 PER NIGHT!
What do I get as a member of RedWeek?
It's FREE to view the resorts, availability, and participate in our timeshare discussion forums, but when you are ready to contact the timeshare owner directly about a resort you’d like to rent, you need to become a member. A RedWeek.com, membership, just $14.99, which gives you access to thousands of resort reviews, and want ads. For those who already own a timeshare, you also have the option of posting your unit for rent, sale, or exchange (nominal fees apply).
See what our members have to say:
"My wife used RedWeek for the third time and got a smoking deal in Cabo $75/night instead of $495/night same room, same date on Expedia." - Kurt W.
Become a guest of RedWeek and do your own research before your next vacation. When you see the savings, you’ll be glad you did.