Have you heard about RedWeek? It's a website where you can rent timeshares and post your own timeshare for others to browse through and rent.
Time shares have gotten a bad rap in the past as fast-talking salesman scam, but they really aren't like that. How do I know? I spent many summers with my best friend at her parents' timeshare condo on the beach. It was in San Diego, not that far from where I was living with my folks, but it was a world away as well- someplace to retreat to, like a hotel but more friendly and personable.
Granted, I didn't have to sit through any presentation, and I wasn't paying for it, but it was still a fantastic resource to have in my life.
But with RedWeek you can circumvent any potential fast-talking nonsense by doing it all online. And they offer three different types of properties: Timeshare Rentals, Timeshare Resales, and Timeshare Exchanges, so you have options. For those that have seen The Holiday, yeah, it's like that.
The biggest advantage of using a Timeshare, as opposed to a hotel or B&B, is that it's much more affordable. I've found properties on RedWeek for historic spaces in London, England at less than $300 USD per night. You can also specify search parameters like "Kid Friendly" and "Beach". It's super user-friendly!
And they're offering one of my amazing readers a free two-year RedWeek membership. Wahooo!
To enter, use the Rafllecopter form below. Contest runs for one week!
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