Tag Archives: Timeshare

Deal Or No Deal: 2 Night Timeshare Stay-15,000 Wyndham Rewards Points

Wyndham Rewards PointsOver the years Kim and I have done a bunch of different timeshare presentation offers for some solid benefits.

In 2018 there was a Hilton Grand Vacations offer we couldn’t refuse. We also saved around $300 in Fiji for 1.5 hours of our time the previous year.

I just received an offer where we can get a 3 day/ 2 night stay at various destinations for 15,000 Wyndham Rewards points. Continue reading Deal Or No Deal: 2 Night Timeshare Stay-15,000 Wyndham Rewards Points

Interesting IHG Timeshare Offer I Won’t Be Booking

IHG TimeshareI recently wrote about A Hilton Grand Vacations Timeshare Offer We Couldn’t Refuse. With the offer, we’re essentially getting a free stay in Orlando for a couple of hours of our time!

Last summer, we saved around $300 in Fiji for 1.5 hours of our time.

I recently received an interesting IHG timeshare offer which we won’t be accepting. Continue reading Interesting IHG Timeshare Offer I Won’t Be Booking

A Hilton Grand Vacations Timeshare Offer We Couldn’t Refuse

Hilton Grand VacationsOver the years, I’ve received many timeshare offers. While I’d never buy a timeshare, some of the offers sound like great deals. (You just have to be OK with sitting through a two hour presentation.)

Last summer, we saved around $300 in Fiji for 1.5 hours of our time. Around two weeks back, Kim got a call from Hilton Vacation Clubs with an offer we couldn’t refuse. Continue reading A Hilton Grand Vacations Timeshare Offer We Couldn’t Refuse

How We Saved Around $300 In Fiji For 1.5 Hours Of Our Time

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Wyndham Resort Denarau Island

Over the summer the Michael W Travels family spent 5 weeks in the Pacific.

During our trip we visited Tonga, Fiji, the Solomon Islands, Samoa, American Samoa and Vanuatu. I took a solo trip for less than a day to Christmas Island, Kiribati.

While we used lots of airline miles and some hotel points to greatly bring down the cost of this adventure, when you’re away for over a month, things still add up. Continue reading How We Saved Around $300 In Fiji For 1.5 Hours Of Our Time