Timeshare Rental Can Save You Money on Your Next Vacation

Thursday, June 24, 2010

There's an easy way to have your vacation and your budget, too. The pundits are calling it the "Nearcation." And it works perfectly for anyone who is seriously budget-conscious, but also wants to take the family on a real vacation. A short drive, an inexpensive timeshare rental, and you'll have it.

Just about wherever you live in the U.S. you can find timeshare rental resorts within a several hundred mile drive. Take out your map, find where you live, and draw a circle out as many miles as you feel your budget will allow you to drive one-way. Within that circumference there will most likely be a timeshare resort.

Why a timeshare rental? It is by far the most economical way to vacation with a family. Consider this - you can find many timeshares for rent directly from their owners, and a great many will be under - or way under - $100/night - to sleep 4 (often 50% less than a hotel room.) You can even find larger timeshare rentals that will sleep up to 8, with pull out sofas. Because this includes separate bedrooms, you can save even more money by vacationing with another family and splitting the cost.

Your timeshare rental not only includes separate bedrooms, a living room and a dining area, but will also come with a fully-equipped kitchen. What a money saver that is. Instead of having to feed the kids in restaurants for every meal, you can prepare most of your meals at your timeshare, and if you're driving you can bring your groceries with you. The amount that you will save just on meals can be the life-saver for your vacation plans.

Another advantage of renting a budget timeshare is that it will be attached to a resort. Check out the many timeshare rentals available through their owners on, and you'll see that most of them are attached to luxury resorts. Ever think you could afford a "luxury" vacation for your family? Well, now you can. And that means that the resort's many amenities are also yours for the enjoyment, including swimming pools (frequently with waterpark features), hot tubs, tennis, maybe even golf, often arts and craft classes and arcade game rooms.

So rent a timeshare, keep your budget, and give your family the vacation they deserve.

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