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  • TheLoneTensorTheLoneTensor MericaMember Posts: 3,950
    Bandit said:

    Legoboy said:

    Bandit said:

    I'm all for a good meandering. But gun braggadocio and bear killing tips? Not really what I care to see here...

    With a name and avatar like yours? ;o)
    Lol! Bandit is actually my dog's name! I thought the pic worked though. :)
    We named the dog Indiana.
  • gmpirategmpirate Member Posts: 1,654
    edited December 2013
    pharmjod said:

    if you're dropping that much on Disney and have any plans to do it again, you really should look into a Disney timeshare. It might actually be worth your while if you drop that kind of coin on one vacation.

    Have to agree there. We went through the whole presentation for a Disney Timeshare and it sounded like a great deal -- almost did it. The problem was, we don't normally vacation that much or go on extravagant vacations in the first place. So while we felt it was a very flexible plan, a good savings, and one that we would really enjoy, in the end we would spend much more money than we ever would in the first place without it.

    I think the suggested plan was about $22,000 for 30 years or something???

    And now that we are talking about it I'm considering again :P
  • bor2112bor2112 Member Posts: 289
    It is not necessary to purchase a timeshare. There are numerous websites (not sure I am allowed to post names?) where people post their timeshares for rental. You can usually rent a week for just the cost of the mainteneance fee on the unit. Last trip to Orlando cost us $795 for 7 nights in a 3br villa. As I live in FL, no cost to rent a car and residents get great deals on park tickets so I do not come close to the numbers you guys are mentioning.
  • pharmjodpharmjod 1,170 miles to Wall Drug, USAMember Posts: 2,904
    No, I agree. Timeshares in general are a HUGE waste of money and typically a very poor investment. That said, if you absolutely love Disney and regularly vacation there, the timeshare might make sense.
  • quir0zquir0z Member Posts: 20
    BTW, the 41999 is long gone, in case someone is looking for that info at the end of the thread...
    BrickDancer
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