This can be a good thing or a bad thing. My wife and I went to one of these timeshares and all we got were 2 free buffet meals at the Riviera and 2 free tickets to some cheap low budget show. We threw the tickets away, but the buffet was the best one we had ever been to. The down side to this trip was that we had to wait for a mini-bus to pick us up, and then we were hauled miles away to a vacation property where we were shown around the complex, and then pushed and pushed to buy a time share that we would never need or use for that matter. I was thinking the whole time, “Just give me my free tickets.” After about 2 hours, we were released and got back 20 minutes later. To be honest, this time share wasn’t worth our “time,” but I know that there are other timeshares out there which offer a lot better deals (like free hotel stay). If you do decide to go to one of these timeshares, just be willing to spend several hours in the whole process. And if by some chance you want to buy a time share, tell them know! Accept the offer when you are going to pick up your tickets. How do you find these timeshares? You don't have to, they will find you. Just walk the strip and you will be presented with at least a dozen offers from individuals begging you to come in their little office so that you will be rewarded with lots of free gifts, but just make sure you know exactly what you are getting. Most of these “little” offices are located around the Boardwalk. There was a time share booth for the Polo Towers at the Stratosphere, which you can find next to the elevator which takes you up to the top of the tower.
F.Y.I.: most timeshare offers require that you give them a $20 refundable deposit when you book a departure time (usually that day or the next day). When you show up on your scheduled time, they will hand you back your $20 bill. If you have been on a time share presentation, please let me know how your visit went and what types of gift(s) you received.
~ Ephesians 5:16
You will probably be approached by several people trying to get you to listen to a time share deal in exchange for free tickets to a show or dinner. Some people find that a real nuisance. We've learned how to use the presentations for our benefit. All 3 of our trips were given to us from time share presentations at home, so there was no time share you have to waste your time at once there. We did finally go to one while there on our 3rd trip. It took about an hour and we got 2 buffet, 2 trips up the Stratosphere tower, and 2 show tickets at the Stratosphere just for going to the timeshare presentation. We really enjoyed the free stuff!
If you walk in to Harrah's, you will NOT be approached by a Harrah's employee welcoming you to Las Vegas. However, seemingly friendly people wearing FAIRFIELD nametags will. They would like you to think you're about to hit the jackpot, with a free
Las Vegas show, a free buffet and free accommodations - and you haven't even entered the casino yet!
They are soliciting sales of timeshare intersts. There seems to be 3 or 4 of these salespeople at every door asking for a few hours of your (vacation) time. They first ask you where you're from, only because there offer is not valid for residents of HI,ID, MT, ND, RI, SD & VT.
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