I was discussing with a friend today, whether or not it’s worthwhile to sit through a 90-minute timeshare presentation in order to take a cheap vacation. What do you think? Have you ever done it? Seems like everyone I talk to is in favor of it! I personally think you have to be in the right positition to accept one of these offers. For example, when we were on vacation a couple weeks ago, we were offered free tickets to several area attractions if we would take a 2 hour tour of a nearby hotel resort. Well, we have a four year old. I don’t know if you know this or not – but they don’t so much appreciate 2 hour tours. 😉 But I’m thinking, if this was something I could’ve planned for or if we were there just the 2 of us, that would TOTALLY be worth it! We teased that newlyweds are in a much better position to do this (think honeymoon!) because they are still patient with each other and neither one will storm out of the room, exhausted from boredom! 🙂

My friend Jamie found this offer for a 5 Night Orlando Resort Stay FREE w/purchase of (2) Disney Tickets, for those of you who take timeshare trips or might be considering it.

Go here to read more about this vacation offer, which includes:

  • (3) Nights at the Orlando Country Inn & Suites Cayman Resort (A Disney Good Neighbor Hotel)
  • (2) Nights at the Daytona Beach Resort
  • Amenities:
    – Free shuttle service to the theme park(s)
    – Breakfast
    – (4) heated pools, mini golf, water slides, poolside tiki bar
  • *Good for up to 4 Guests


The only “catch” that I can see here is that you agree to sit through a 90-minute timeshare presentation during the trip.  This may seem too good to be true, but I’m sure if you start asking around, you’ll see that it’s NOT! Provided you are willing to listen patiently and follow with a firm “No Thank You” – this might be an excellent way to take a frugal vacation to a very nice location.  GO HERE to get all the details – and read the fine print.

I’d love to hear your experiences with these types of vacation offers!

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June 26, 201111:49 am

We did something like this in 2006- we got free tickets to Universal Studios for going on a 2 hour tour. Definitely worth it, I would do it again!