Travel Club vs Timeshare

are selling their timeshares and jumping to travel clubs.

Travel clubs is a new concept created by existing companies in the travel industry. Many of these companies were originally involved with the timeshare idea. After years of poor sales and declining revenue a shift within the market has created the travel club. People that like to travel across the world inexpensively are joining these travel clubs. Currently there are a couple of good travel club programs, which allow not only there members to enjoy the benefits but their family members as well. Under one membership program all family members can receive the same benefit. This means one enrollment fee for the entire family. The benefit savings that members receive affect every aspect of your vacation; airlines, hotel and resort, rental cars, cruises. Each of these areas you’ll receive discounts that can add up to thousands of dollars. Most members will recover the cost of the membership from the savings in the first vacation.

So, how does this travel club work?

The travel club purchases blocks of resort rooms, coordinates with the airlines and rental cars for time slots during the year. To maximize your saving you’ll have to travel during these particular time periods. However, if you would like to use the same resorts and airlines, etc. at different times during the year you will still save. It may not be as much as the slotted time period, but it’s not restrictive and still a considerable savings over booking everything yourself.

How often can I travel?

You can travel anywhere in the world, on any day, at any time as often as you like. Members of the travel club can utilize this program for business use, too. Since business personnel are frequently traveling, this program will save every time it’s used.

Can my company purchase this program?