Silver Lake or Sunterra Timeshare tours: hard sell?

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  1. JoyG

    JoyG DIS Veteran<br><font color=blue>When I saw Titanic

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    Anyone taken a timeshare tour for Silver Lake or Sunterra? I'm only looking for the discount tickets. They offer 3 tickets for $40. Are they a hard sell? Do they typically go much longer than 90 minutes? Also, does anyone know if I can use an adult WDW timeshare ticket for a child? Thanks.
     
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  3. momof3disneyholics

    momof3disneyholics <font color=royalblue>Maternal Unit Extraordinaire

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    Yes, they are a hard sell. Usually a way to tell if they are a hard sell is the bigger the discount, the harder the sell.
    Most timeshare tours will take you between 2 and 3 hours.
    Yes, you can use an adult ticket for a child but not the other way around.
     
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    My boss (who is CFO of a large company) said the Silver Lake tour was a total nightmare...they treated him like crap, he hated them, and he's "tough". He did like Silver Lake though, so he left that office and told them he was going to the resale broker down the street to buy, which he did. I am scared of any timeshare tours after his story...
     
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    Where did you find 3 tickets for $40? Was this an online offering or actually in Orlando on the street offering?
     
  6. JoyG

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