Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Budget-Friendly Family Vacations - Review and Giveaway - Ends 3/15

Recently I was able to review a wonderful company called RedWeek. RedWeek is a website where people can find out about timeshare rentals, as well as buy, sell, or exchange timeshares. They are rated A+ with the Better Business Bureau and have been featured in USA Weekend. Renting, buying, or selling a timeshare is made simple on this site. There are no middle men, no commissions, and people can find tremendous savings through this site.

The RedWeek site is extremely easy to navigate. Along the top there are simple tabs to take you wherever you wish to go. You can find a timeshare rental or find timeshares for sale. There are timeshares throughout the world listed on the site. You just type in the search where you want to look, or you can use their world map and click a continent, then country, and start looking! I had a lot of fun looking around for different rentals available everywhere.

Although I do not have my own timeshare to sell or exchange, everything is well explained for those two options. It is simple. If you plan to sell your timeshare, it is as easy as listing it, then you just wait for the emails with offers. For exchanges Redweek works with a timeshare exchange provider to help facilitate the exchanges.

There is an area called RedWishes where people can post where they want to take their budget-friendly vacations for a six week period for $9.99. It works like classified ads, and you just have to wait for offers from people willing to rent or sell their timeshare to you. There are forums and a resource tab. In the resources people can find FAQ and a link to the RedWeek blog.

As you look at available timeshares you can see the picture of the location, and read about it. There are reviews about the resorts, and a list of amenities. The rentals list the price per night, how many people the timeshare can hold, and the dates it is available. It's very easy to look through and compare.

I have loved going through RedWeek. I have been looking all around for a place to take our family for vacation. I want somewhere nice but without spending a fortune. I have that option with the timeshare rentals on RedWeek. I cannot wait to rent my first timeshare through RedWeek this summer for our family vacation!

The people at RedWeek have been generous enough to offer one of my readers a 2 year membership to the RedWeek site, so they can find their own timeshare rentals. Enter on the rafflecopter below for your chance to win. This giveaway will end 3/15.
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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


  1. Great review!!! Look's very interesting!

  2. florida coastline for $45 a night?? need to check this out! :-)

  3. I just barely learned about Redweek also. I never really realized you could rent timeshares and they are soooooo cheap!

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