By Noah Belachew | Content Writer
Timeshare weeks give you a specific week in the year where you can stay at your selected timeshare resort.
Timeshare points are spent in order to stay at a resort of your choosing. You're given an allotment of points that renew on a certain date.
Guaranteed vacation time
Can be exchanged on RCI or II
No need to plan in advance
Create family traditions
Same week and resort each year
Rigid vacation time
Flexible vacation times
Bank or borrow points
Multiple resort options
Travel alone or with family
Must plan ahead
Popular resorts sell out quickly
Risk of not reserving the time you want
Buying timeshare points is recommended depending on which brand you want to own with. For example, if you want a Disney Vacation Club timeshare, your only option is to buy points.
Buying a timeshare can be expensive. You can find great options on the resale market when it comes to buying one. Reach out to one of our agents to learn more.