We had a presentation to buy software for any minute travel. There are several locations this one was for the WA franchaise. They do a bait and switch, the enticement is 2 roundtrip tickets on SW airline anywhere in the US and if you call in a certain amount of time 3 days and 2 nights hotel stay. Do not expect this to be what it says, it is a sheet of paper that the lady at the desk will tell you they have had problems with one of them getting the company to send the clients the vouchers. Basically you pay a fee, non refundable and then another fee and the taxes and you will get a voucher for another program through Freedom Marketing. This is for 2 tickets, $300 restaurant voucher and/ or 3 days and 2 nights hotel in 4 areas if available you have to buy into the program in a month
and then it is supposedly good for a year. We have done lots of Timeshare presentations that are legit and you can get freebees like 2 actual RT tickets or hotel stays. So this is what they are using to get people in and basically
falsely advertising from the start. On top of having to buy into a program to get your "free"gift that is hardly free or even cheaper than an actual ticket of stay. The presentation was done horribly this is a part of Rovia, that sells
timeshares, flights and rental cars and hotels at cost from the owners/distributors and then they say the website allows you this great savings to the travel. However when you compare it after buying the membership (which
they will dock the price down by over half if you are dumb enough to be interested in it) I still think you will find better deals on costco or online if you are good at looking. the availability for using the hotels is basically
through RCi and Interval international which we were very familiar with. They will show you the availability in Orlando which is always available. try having them look up last minute in Hawaii...they usually is none or minimal dates
available. Basically this gives you the ability to use peoples unused timeshares at a lesser cost than actually owning your own timeshare, there are fees and upfront costs. If you own a timeshare I would not find this useful at
all. I think the presentation we were given was done poorly but showed us the true side of this company's interworkings...fraud! Beware and don't expect free stuff here at all! It was supposed to be 90 mintes we were there for 2 hours and 45 minutes and that was just us one on one, with minimal questions...total waste of my time.