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sophie81
06-20-2006, 09:51 AM
Has anyone recently done a timeshare tour for free or discounted tickets?? We have to plan a "cheap" Disney trip.

sophie81
06-21-2006, 07:12 AM
Nobody????

tynkerbell
06-22-2006, 01:17 AM
My friend called Westgate resorts and got a 3 night stay and 2 one day, one park tickets to WDW for $199. You could visit their website which I believe is www.westgateresorts.com and find a phone number and ask them if you could get some sort of deal. That's what she did.

djm99
06-22-2006, 09:14 AM
You could do a Westgate tour - but be mindful they are a hard sell. Make sure you don't eat or drink whatever they are offering (your 90 minutes does not begin until after you eat, drink, etc.) that is the time most presenters are "trying to get to know you" and honestly wasting your time. If you truly don't want to purchase a timeshare, tell them so. Don't ask a ton of questions unless they are questions that contradict their lies and false advertisement. Before you go, go online and find some resale quotes of whatever resort you end up touring. Be an educated "buyer". And lastly, go in there strong willed, don't let anyone, I mean anyone spoil your vacation. These are real sharks; they are trained to push every button. Sometimes they are even offensive. LAUGH IT OFF (remember this is the salespersons bread and butter). They don't eat if they don't sale, so shake it off, don't get angry and enjoy your "gift"!!!!!!

There are other less aggressive salespeople at other timeshare properties. Go to 5 days 4 nights plus 2- free 4 day Disney Hoppers for $299 - starting (http://www.disneyvacationresorts.com/disneyvacationspecials.html)
Here is Marriott's Vacation packages - less agreesive Marriott's Vacation Club Packages (http://www.marriottvillas.com/getawaynow/media/default.asp?ec=IM02*1-1BJAO7&cookies=true)

And one my favorites, this site has many inexpensive vacations Discount Vacations (http://www.discounthotels.cc/orlando-hotels.php)