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Timeshare Weeks

Timeshare Weeks
27 Aug 2013
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Surely you have heard about timeshares, as a way to stay at the world's most popular vacation resorts, for –what they like to call– an affordable price. On the surface, a timeshare might seem like a good investment with an excellent value, being that you get to share the expenses of the property with others.

However, when all the timeshare fees must be paid, you will realize that you could have saved more money by planning your vacations on your own.  In this article, we'll find out what timeshare weeks are, how they work, where to get them and how to get rid of them.

Timeshare ownership

Before going deeper in discussing what timeshare weeks are, let’s talk about timeshare ownership in general. A timeshare is a very particular type of ownership or use rights in a certain resort, which allows you to use the unit for a specific time every year, during a certain number of years –usually from 5 to 50.

Timeshare prices vary depending on several factors such as the brand of the resort, the location and the size of the unit, however, the average price of a timeshare is about $20,000 USD.

Timeshares are complicated products; therefore, they cannot be entered into lightly. Unfortunately, the timeshare industry does not have the best reputation. That is because timeshares are generally sold during high-pressure sales presentations, and most of the promises told by the timeshare salespeople are just illusory.

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Timeshare Weeks

Timeshares are regularly sold as a one-week program, which means that you purchase the unit for use during a specific week of the year. Most of the time, when you buy a certain number of timeshare weeks, the developer still owns the resort, which means that you only purchase the right to use your unit.

How does it work?

Every year has a total of 52 weeks, of which you can choose the one that meets your vacation needs better. The following chart shows the timeshare weeks of this year:

2013 Timeshare Weeks

Week #

Fri to Fri

Sat to Sat

Sun to Sun

Week 1

Jan 4, 2013

Jan 5, 2013

Jan 6, 2013

Week 2

Jan11, 2013

Jan12, 2013

Jan13, 2013

Week 3

Jan18, 2013

Jan19, 2013

Jan20, 2013

Week 4

Jan25, 2013

Jan26, 2013

Jan27, 2013

Week 5

Feb 1, 2013

Feb 2, 2013

Feb 3, 2013

Week 6

Feb 8, 2013

Feb9, 2013

Feb10,2013

Week 7

Feb15,2013

Feb16,2013

Feb17, 2013

Week 8

Feb22, 2013

Feb23, 2013

Feb24, 2013

Week 9

Mar 1, 2013

Mar 2, 2013

Mar 3, 2013

Week10

Mar 8, 2013

Mar 9, 2013

Mar10, 2013

Week 11

Mar15, 2013

Mar16, 2013

Mar17, 2013

Week 12

Mar22, 2013

Mar23, 2013

Mar24, 2013

Week 13

Mar29, 2013

Mar30, 2013

Mar31, 2013

Week 14

Apr 5, 2013

Apr 6, 2013

Apr 7, 2013

Week 15

Apr12, 2013

Apr13, 2013

Apr14, 2013

Week 16

Apr19, 2013

Apr20, 2013

Apr21, 2013

Week 17

Apr26, 2013

Apr27, 2013

Apr28, 2013

Week 18

May 3, 2013

May 4, 2013

May 5, 2013

Week 19

May10,2013

May11,2013

May12,2013

Week 20

May17,2013

May18,2013

May19,2013

Week 21

May24,2013

May25,2013

May26,2013

Week 22

May31,2013

Jun 1, 2013

Jun 2, 2013

Week 23

Jun 7, 2013

Jun 8, 2013

Jun 9, 2013

Week 24

Jun14, 2013

Jun15, 2013

Jun16, 2013

Week 25

Jun21, 2013

Jun22, 2013

Jun23, 2013

Week 26

Jun28, 2013

Jun29, 2013

Jun30, 2013

Week 27

Jul 5, 2013

Jul 6, 2013

Jul 7, 2013

Week 28

Jul 12, 2013

Jul 13, 2013

Jul 14, 2013

Week 29

Jul 19, 2013

Jul 20, 2013

Jul 21, 2013

Week 30

Jul 26, 2013

Jul 27, 2013

Jul 28, 2013

Week 31

Aug 2, 2013

Aug 3, 2013

Aug 4, 2013

Week 32

Aug 9, 2013

Aug10,2013

Aug11, 2013

Week 33

Aug16,2013

Aug17,2013

Aug18,2013

Week 34

Aug23,2013

Aug24,2013

Aug25,2013

Week 35

Aug30,2013

Aug31,2013

Sep 1, 2013

Week 36

Sep 6, 2013

Sep 7, 2013

Sep 8, 2013

Week 37

Sep13,2013

Sep14,2013

Sep15,2013

Week 38

Sep20,2013

Sep21,2013

Sep22,2013

Week 39

Sep27,2013

Sep28,2013

Sep29,2013

Week 40

Oct 4, 2013

Oct 5, 2013

Oct 6, 2013

Week 41

Oct11, 2013

Oct12, 2013

Oct13, 2013

Week 42

Oct18, 2013

Oct19, 2013

Oct20, 2013

Week 43

Oct25, 2013

Oct26, 2013

Oct27, 2013

Week 44

Nov 1, 2013

Nov 2, 2013

Nov 3, 2013

Week 45

Nov 8, 2013

Nov 9, 2013

Nov10, 2013

Week 46

Nov15, 2013

Nov16, 2013

Nov17, 2013

Week 47

Nov22, 2013

Nov23, 2013

Nov24, 2013

Week 48

Nov29, 2013

Nov30, 2013

Dec 1, 2013

Week 49

Dec 6, 2013

Dec 7, 2013

Dec 8, 2013

Week 50

Dec13,2013

Dec14,2013

De 15, 2013

Week 51

Dec20,2013

Dec21,2013

Dec22,2013

Week 52

Dec27,2013

Dec28,2013

Dec29,2013

So, do the math: 52 weeks, sold for $20,000 USD each one, which gives us a total of $1,040,000 for each timeshare unit! Isn’t it an incredible business for the resorts?

Where to buy timeshare weeks?

All timeshare companies would be happy to sell you a timeshare, but we would suggest you not to buy direct from the developer. The secondary market has many units available, usually at half-price or even less.

However, our biggest recommendation would be to think it twice before buying a timeshare, assure you to read and understand all and each one of the points written in the contract, and calculate the total cost of the unit to see if you will be able to use it and afford it.

The inconvenient truth about timeshares

Not all timeshares are bad, in fact, fractional ownership can be considered as a good option for some people, especially for big families who enjoy revisiting the same destination every year.

Nevertheless timeshares are not for most people. Also, there are lots of timeshare complaints about the yearly fees and how it becomes almost impossible to pay them, being that they increase every year.

How to get rid of my timeshare weeks?

We know that getting out of timeshare contract can be a big issue; and the bad news is that timeshares are definitely not easy to sell, mainly because the resale market has collapsed and there are few incentives for buyers.

Nevertheless, the good news is that there is another possible way to get rid of your timeshare weeks efficiently. Timeshare cancellation is the real and most effective solution to get rid of a timeshare. When properly cancelling a timeshare, there is no further strings attached to the resort.

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At Mexican Timeshare Solutions, we assist timeshare purchasers who feel they were scammed or taken advantage of by fraudulent salespeople and deceptive sales practices.

MTS is the only company whose fees are strictly dependent upon results.If there are no results, there is no pay; as simple as that. We will tell you what you need to know straight upfront; it is time for you to hear the true of the timeshare industry. Contact us today to get a free consultation and get rid of your timeshare problems!

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23 Comments
  • CarolSeptember 14, 2014, 11:51 am

    Wow, so that's how they work.. thanks for sharing that, it was super helpful!

  • GustavoJuly 28, 2014, 9:22 am

    There are no honest timeshare marketing companies, all of them know that there will not resell the timeshare an owner is giving them up for sale. Honesty is no a word they know in the timeshare resale business.

  • HoneywellJuly 13, 2014, 2:29 pm

    Thanks! This blog was very helpful. I realize nothing is for free and if it sounds to good to be true it probably is. However, I thought about attending the seminar tomorrow evening. I think I'll be opting out on this one. Thanks again for blogging. We stand united!

  • JessicaJune 23, 2014, 9:11 am

    Thanks for the information, very well explained for me! Sometimes i can't use my weeks so i want to know if i can rent it ?

  • FelipeJune 1, 2014, 6:30 pm

    Quería ver si me podían asesorar con la venta de una semana de tiempo compartido que tengo con Royal Holiday. La verdad ya no lo puedo seguir pagando. Gracias

  • RenatoMay 23, 2014, 3:01 pm

    im trying to rent one week, can you help me??

  • DazdMay 20, 2014, 7:32 am

    How can someone who does not own a timeshare best take advantge of the busted market while booking something like a 1 week vacation?

  • RaulApril 13, 2014, 7:45 pm

    it was really helpful and very well explained thanks for sharing it

  • OsirisMarzo 28, 2014, 12:52 pm

    that's right, if you has very well thought what you want, you would not have any kind of problem with timeshares, the only thing is that you have to be very well informed

  • Glenn ShanonMarzo 11, 2014, 12:12 pm

    Time shares themselves are a fraud. First you don't own anything and if they decide a new roof is needed you get the bill for your part or needs new appliances, carpet or any other things above normal maintenance. Once you have bought one you can't get out of it and they are impossible to sell. That is why you can see ones that people paid $20,000 for sale at $500, they are trying to get out from under them. Another thing is they sell 100 percent of the rooms and days but keep 20 percent and rent them out on the side. Time shares have to be the biggest scam going.

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