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As many of you know I enjoy looking for freebies and sweepstakes and recently decided to start blogging about The Best in Sweepstakes, Giveaways, and Freebies. With maturity, I have learned to appreciate a good opportunity so when I found Tomoson I applied for their promotion, The Secret to a Luxury Vacation on a Budget. I was so excited to receive an email letting me know that I had been approved and not only would I receive a free membership for doing the review but they would give one of my readers a FREE 2-YEAR MEMBERSHIP. Included in the email was all the information that I would need to understand timeshare rentals, RedWeek, and do a successful review.
When my children were growing up my sister had timeshare so I decided to rent one for my family when we vacationed with her family one Thanksgiving. I have my sister call the condo and booked the long weekend with them. My thinking is she has a condo with them; they should give her a deal to book an extra one. When I started doing this review I looked at RedWeek.com to see what that same condo would cost today. Now the moment of truth I have my sister find out what the best price is that she can get it for me. I can not believe how much money I wasted just on that one vacation. This gets me thinking about all the other vacations I have taken over the years. The hotels, meals at restaurants, full priced admissions, and all the â€œMom, I boredâ€ moments. I take great pride in saving money and must admit I was clueless about how much money, stress, and time could be saved by renting a timeshare directly from the owner.
I have vacationed and/or worked in Myrtle Beach, SC for more than 30 years. Recently we stayed at a hotel one block off the beach for two weeks. If you looked between the two hotels across the street you could see the ocean. On RedWeek.com I found a beachfront timeshare renting for only $56 a night. I know this property well and the amenities that this timeshare offer make for a really special vacation. Much better than the hotel we stayed at for $80 a night.
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