Good morning everyone, I have yet another timeshare presentation / vacation package to share. This is in addition to the 5 Nights Hyatt Residence Club Ka’anapali Beach Timeshare Presentation and the Westin Vacation Package on Maui that I wrote about a few weeks ago. This time, the location is Las Vegas at the Holiday Inn Club Vacations Desert Club Resort. The deal is for 4 days / 3 nights + 10,000 IHG Points (~$70 value) for $199 + taxes/fees + 2 hour timeshare presentation. But… if you act fast, you can get an extra night for only $1. That’s a total of 5 days / 4 nights + 10,000 IHG Points (~$70 value) for $200 + taxes/fees + 2 hour timeshare presentation.
As part of your timeshare presentation, you will have an exclusive “VIP Preview” of the Holiday Inn Club Vacations Desert Club Resort. To view this timeshare offer, please click here (works in Google Chrome Incognito, but not regular Google Chrome for me – maybe an adblocker issue).
Here are the state disclosures at the bottom of the page.
Here are the full timeshare presentation requirements: 23 years old or older, $50,000 annual income, gainfully employed (not retired or unemployed) and creditworthy. As far as I know, none of these timeshare presentations verify any of this information, but if they ask, you better have a good answer. There are a few blackout dates, which are important to keep in mind if you are considering attending the timeshare presentation (Full PDF terms).
Why did I receive this email offer? I am a Chase IHG Credit Card holder and have IHG Platinum status from the credit card. I stay in IHG hotels probably 2-4 times a year. The link above should work for everyone and you can contact the number listed on the timeshare page for more information. If you have any questions, please leave a comment below. Have a great day everyone!
P.S. If you attend the sales presentation, just keep saying no and be prepared to leave at the 2 hour mark. These salespeople are not your friend and you probably know more about the IHG loyalty program than they do. Buying timeshares directly is often a terrible idea, but there are some decent offers available on the secondary market if you do your research. Good luck!