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Intergalactic Timeshare Resale: Exciting Destinations

We know you’ve got those itching feet and the wanderlust that comes with being human, so why not consider a trip through outer space for your next weekend vacation? Sure, Earth has all those fall foliage colors right now (in the Northern Hemisphere, anyway), but nothing compares with views of the stars.  



At Intergalactic Timeshare Resale, we believe in traversing not only your country or planet, but the Universe, and at a great price. Buying timeshare resale can save you as much as 70% off developer prices, just like on your home planet. Plus, most non-earth, galactic timeshare ownership comes with membership in one of the major resort trade companies (usually MDI–Multi-versatile Destination Inc., or Interworld Interspacial). With these organizations, you can easily book, bank, or trade your week at your home resort timeshare in Cloud City, for example, for an exciting outpost adventure in the Outer Rim Territories with desert spa treatments on Tatooine or a luxurious and metropolitan experience on Coruscant in the Galactic Core.


Like some Earth-based timeshare resale companies, we believe that vacations shouldn’t cost you an arm and a leg (or a tentacle), and that those annoying timeshare-presentations are nothing but a price tag added to your resort purchase. In legitimizing the intergalactic timeshare industry, we promise to charge no upfront fees. If you’re looking to unload a timeshare property you don’t use often enough, we’ll advertise at no cost. We get our deci-creds when yours are in your bank account from selling your timeshare resale with us.

Come on, Earthlings! Access your daredevil spirits today and consider a trip outside your comfort zone.

For the less adventurous who prefer to stay on Earth, we recommend companies like Premier Timeshare Resale, whose honest business model served as a pattern for Intergalactic Timeshare’s attempt to stop the galaxy-wide scamming and fraud and cut down on inflated resort prices. We’re sure PTR has good inventory too, and they use licensed agents, just like us. So contact them today if you’re not up for a wooded retreat on the Forest Moon of Endor.

Autumn is Around the Corner!


Great Alleghany Passage: Photograph by Paul G. Wiegman

Summer (in Texas, at least) is certainly still in full swing, but many wanderlusters are already plotting their autumn escapes. Whether it’s culture or scenery, here are five domestic destinations you might consider if you’re feeling antsy or restless as cold weather closes in:









Albuquerque, NM: International Balloon Fiesta

October 6th-8th marks the 41st anniversary of unleashing hot air balloons spanning the space of 54 football fields. Get up early to watch the sunrise on the ascension of more than 600 hot air balloons while spending the weekend at Los Poblanos Historic Inn and Organic Farm, nestled in the city’s pastoral North Valley. The cozy 20-room guesthouse combines luxurious accommodations with field-to-fork dining.


Photograph by Danita Delimont


Arendtsville, Pennsylvania: National Apple Harvest Festival

If you didn’t head to Albuquerque for the 6th-8th of October, you can stop by PA that weekend or the 13th and 14th for the National Apple Harvest Festival where you can indulge in locally grown fruit, home-pressed cider, pie eating and bobbing contests, or hay rides, scarecrow displays, antique and classic car shows, chainsaw carving demonstrations, and arts and crafts from more than 300 vendors.


San Diego, California: Hot Spot Year Round

When the rest of the states start to get chilly, the southwestern-most corner of the U.S. is still warm and sunny. Extend your summer or boost your cooling spirits with a visit to the oceanside town that offers outdoor activities like sailing, surfing, or just lounging in the sand. Maybe you’d cruise historic highway 101 or visit California’s largest mission. Whatever your fancy, San Diego’s sprawling and inclusive community has it all.


Cumberland, Maryland to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: The Great Alleghany Passage

The 141-mile Great Allegheny Passage (GAP) traverses western Maryland and southwestern Pennsylvania through the forests and along and over riverbeds. The trail is a packed crushed limestone over abandoned railroad tracks and offers easy hiking or biking through a motor-free zone. The trail winds through towns and wildnerness alike, and travelers can plan their route to rest in points of interest like

Frostburg, Maryland at mile 15. The host of the Appalachian Festival, September 14-15, the festival offers regional music and dance, goat milking and beekeeping, and traditional arts and crafts.


Point Clear, Alabama: Grand Hotel Marriott Resort

Live oaks and Spanish moss bedeck this luxurious getaway lying on 700 acres in the Mobile Bay area. The Marriott’s 405 rooms have been redone for a modern upgrade, and the Southern hospitality won’t disappoint when guests are greeted by name upon arrival. Enjoy a cocktail overlooking the bay at a great post-labor day discount (29% off) or use your Marriott points accumulated from Marriott timeshare travel.

After kids are back in school, prices drop and resorts are far less crowded. Get out and enjoy the solitude, or talk to one of our agents about how to maximize your vacation value by buying an off-season timeshare resale today.






Travel Spotlight: Wisconsin

When most people here “Wisconsin,” they might think of cheese, or Green Bay Packers, or maybe just plain cold, but my recent traverse through the state convinced me it has much, much more to offer.

With several state parks and forests, the state is awash with natural beauty. Dotted with fir, pine, alder, birch, and ash trees along the roads, and lakes interspersed throughout the landscape, many scenic drives offer travelers breathtaking views from the highway, with small towns proffering produce markets, leatherworking, and brewing. If rural beauty isn’t your thing, the towns aren’t bad either. Milwaukee is home to 750,000 residents and boasts a metropolitan area of over 2 million. With it’s location on the lake, and a recently re-developed river-walk downtown, it has an urban charm that doesn’t feel overwhelmingly bustling.   Madison, Wisconsin is known for its artistic and music scenes, and its emphasis on local community and development through small business and programs like community supported agriculture, gardens, and local markets in support of its growing population.   Other smaller communities like Delafield, Wisconsin, offer five star boutique hotels with first rate cuisine nestled within clean and well maintained quiet townships offering a haven from a busier life.   Some of the smaller resort communities are well-worth visiting as well. As renowned vacation sites, both Lake Geneva  and Wisconsin Dells offer timeshares, in addition to nearby several other bays, harbors, and rivers.  If you haven’t considered Wisconsin as a vacation destination, please do so. Wisconsin_timeshare_resales   If your interest is piqued and you want to view Wisconsin timeshares for sale, find them at the link above.   But above all, get outdoors and enjoy the wonders this beautiful state has to offer!

Cruising: Now on the cheap!

Much of the press that cruise vacations have received lately has been negative, and some vacationers are turned off. But for those who aren’t intimidated by a few isolated events, embarking on a cruise ship now may be more affordable than it has been in decades. Here are five suggestions on how to save even more money if you decide to venture out to sea:


1-Book early and enjoy perks, like free-airfare to the departure port or on-board credits to spend at the spa or a cabin upgrade. Experts recommend booking at least four to six months in advance to get the full benefits.


2-Travel in the off-season. Summer and mid-winter holidays are often in high demand for those with school age children, but if you can travel during the fall or spring, you’ll enjoy deeply discounted rates by cruise lines needing their ships to reach a profitable capacity.


3-Look for repositioning cruises. Cruise lines will rotate their ships from one location to another every few months depending on high-seasons. For example, Alaskan summer cruise ships will move to the Caribbean for the winter or vise versa. These cruises can cost as little as $35 per person per day! Keep in mind that although they are one-way, and stop at fewer ports along the way, they are a great option for passengers wanting some time away in a luxurious environment.


4-Use a travel agent. Agents are experienced in negotiating the minutiae of cruise options, so you can tell them what your preferences are and they can quickly sort through the often confusion options of various lines and itineraries.  They also have access to options restricted to the public, so they can get you the best price available.


5-Remember that “all-inclusive” doesn’t quite include…all. If you want to visit the casino, spa, or special restaurants, you’ll pay extra. Some “all-inclusive” cruise prices don’t include beverages other than water! So keep in mind that you may want to have some spending money when you total up the price of your cruise vacation. You can plan ahead with this neat tool available from Independent Traveler.



And for our timeshare owners out there, cruise vacations are often available through timeshare exchange companies like Resort Condominiums International, (RCI) through using your network points you’ve saved.  If you don’t have membership with RCI, you can always look online at classified advertisements. Many people are looking to sell or trade their cruise tickets for a resort stay. As always, beware of scams, and deal with internet sales smartly!


If you’re intrigued and think you might want to buy a timeshare resale for future cruising options or to enjoy, get more info here. Or if you’re tired of resorts, you might want to sell your timeshare and take to the seas!

Destination: Vancouver

Vancouver, British Columbia offers the perfect combination of urban sophistication and outdoor adventure for many travelers to the Northwest. The city center is dense and highly navigable on foot, with the surrounding area based around several large breathtaking parks with a myriad of refreshing natural sights.

With a superb selection of casual outdoor dining and haute cuisine, there is something in Vancouver for everyone.  Especially when you consider it’s critically acclaimed opera, symphony, and ballet, as well as it’s burgeoning “underground” music scene.

One area of the city, called Granville Island, is a paradise for families of all ages. Developed in 1979 from what used to be an industrial wasteland under the Granville Bridge, Granville Island now offers a Kid’s Market and free water park to before strolling along beside the houseboats, or striking up a chat with local fishers.

And if you’re looking for a thrill, don’t pass Vancouver by: with its local emphasis on outdoor play, you can find almost any adventure sport (or regular sport!) that suits your fancy, from boating, fishing, cycling and mountain biking, eco-touring and embarking on sea-safaris, to golfing, hiking, skiing and snowboarding, kayaking, white water rafting, windsurfing, paddle-boarding, scuba diving, and whale watching.  You won’t be bored!

Vancouver accommodations are many and range from the luxurious and ornate hotels to simple and home-like bed-and-breakfasts, with several “wilderness” and camping “hotel” options as well!

If you own a timeshare and want to visit Vancouver, or enjoy the city so much and want to buy a Vancouver timeshare, consider trading and buying options at Worldmark by Wyndham at Vancouver and Club Intrawest Vancouver. Both Worldmark and Club Intrawest are reputable first class resorts that are nestled in the heart of the cosmopolitan city center. Both resorts offer stellar amenities that reflect the urban charm of their surroundings. And both resorts are available to purchase through the points system, which is gaining in popularity. If you’re interested in finding more about how to buy resale Vancouver timeshares, visit one of the links below.

Whatever your aim, whether to pursue outdoor adventure, revel in cosmopolitan culture, engage in family-focused activities, or simply relax on the beach, Vancouver, BC has it all, and it’s just waiting for you to visit.

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Welcome to Sundance

It’s that time of year again folks— time for the celebrities, the music, the fun and, of course, the films. From today until January 27, The Sundance Film Festival has taken over Park City, Utah and is about to go into full swing. For those of you new to Sundance, it is one of the largest film festivals in the United States, held in Park City, Salt Lake City and Ogden, and is a showcase for both international and American independent filmmakers.


Sundance is one of the many attractions Utah offers, and Premier Timeshare Resale offers timeshares in Park City, right at the heart of it! The Sundance Film Festival’s website offers a Trip Planner where you can pick which shows to attend and buy tickets in advance. Think Sundance is too expensive for you? Think again! You can buy tickets for as low as $15 for shows the day of, or you can buy packages that let you see any shows on certain days.


Sundance Film Festival isn’t just for the film buffs, you can walk the quaint streets of Park City for some serious shopping, and you might even see a celebrity or two! Enjoy the hustle and bustle atmosphere of the town, and then relax with some hot cocoa to warm you up in one of the many restaurants in town, and have a vacation you’ll never forget!


If you’re interested in buying or selling a timeshare in Park City, Utah, contact our licensed real estate professionals at 888-235-0466 or visit our website for more information:

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Las Vegas for the Underdog: a quiet weekend in Sin City

I am not a fast-paced party person, don’t love gambling, don’t stay out late, and get over-stimulated and overwhelmed easily. Still, I’d never been to Las Vegas, and although it took some convincing, I eventually came around to the idea that “The Entertainment Capital of the World” had enough to offer even me to make it worth an extended weekend trip.

I did stay on the Las Vegas Strip, at The Cosmopolitan, a newer and smaller casino property originally built to be condominiums, but in 2008 after the housing market crash, was converted to hotel rooms. It’s not a timeshare itself, but offers an elegantly modern hotel stay experience with fabulous amenities and is centrally located in the middle of the strip. My room offered as all the balcony rooms do, a spectacular view of the Belagio’s fountains and the north strip.

In the effort to avoid the “typical” Vegas experience, I devised an Alternative plan for experiencing the city. Since it was my first time visiting, I did manage to squeeze in a few mainstream activities, like a show-girl cabaret, as well as New York New York’s rollercoaster and The Cosmopolitan’s eclectic and unconventional but highly praised all-you-can-eat buffet.

However, with my “Alt” plan for the weekend, I managed a relaxing and low-key weekend in Sin City. Here’s how I did it.

  • Hotel Spa: Las Vegas has innumerable spa options at the multitudes of resort-casinos and hotels, and most are pretty pricey. My tip? I searched on Groupon.com for discounts before the trip, and snagged a 50 minute facial and 50 minute Swedish Massage for only $109.  Most spas also have elaborate facilities that usually include a soaking pool, steam sauna, dry sauna, showers, reading rooms, and every toiletry you could conceivably need, offering all-day access with the purchase of a spa service. It afforded me an incredibly relaxing and low-key afternoon away from the hubbub and neon lights.
  • Waking Early: The streets of the strip and downtown both are surprisingly clean and peaceful from about 7am until 2pm, while still offering full-service in food, drink, shopping, and sights. Being out early means avoiding big crowds and rowdy vacationers as well as the loud music that blares from storefronts and bars after dark. I also chose the morning, and downtown to try my hand at Blackjack. Before noon, it’s easy to find $3 tables, and the dealers are friendly, slower-paced, and helpful at many of the older downtown casinos
  • Getting off the Beaten Path: Most vacationers stay on the strip, or in and around Fremont street downtown. While the strip showcases opportunities for spending your money on couture clothes and bags, phenomenal food and drink, or “games of chance;” and Fremont street will sell you anything from zip-lining and fortune telling to 44oz frozen Daiquiris right on the sidewalk, (not to mention more gambling opportunities), there’s more to be seen outside of the main activity centers, such as pawn Shops:  Made popular by the show Pawn Stars, the Las Vegas pawn experience is fun and different. Most of the merchandise in pawn shops are electronics and jewelry, and the store from the show will most likely have a line around the block for entry, but spending part of an afternoon perusing the trinkets that gamblers sell for more cash to play with can be interesting, occasionally with a great find. Museums are another great way to escape the loud or overwhelming Las Vegas activity. The city has a great selection of museums, most of which offer the typical “museum” experience of informative (and quiet) observation of exhibits. Take your pick from the Atomic Testing Museum, the automaker Carroll-Shelby Museum, Neon Gallery, Erotic Heritage Museum, Las Vegas Natural History Museum, Aviation History, Children’s Museum, and more.  Don’t forget about art galleries, antique shops, quilt shops, up-scale resale stores, craft fairs, and other unconventional Vegas niche opportunities to explore too!
  • Enjoying Down Time: I think with all that Las Vegas has to offer, it’s hard not to get caught up in the myriad opportunities to play, but I found that coming back to the sanctuary of the hotel room helped me unwind after intense evening outings navigating the crowds. Room service, although it can be pricey, is a great way to enjoy the experience of being on vacation while avoiding the overstimulation of walking around Las Vegas at night. 
    And of course, the many and exotic pools are a great way to soak up vacation-rays in a quiet and serene setting. The pools are another place that are relatively empty before ten or eleven o’clock in the morning, especially in late Autumn, when I went, so you can have your pick of pool-side real-estate.

I was impressed with my very first weekend in Las Vegas, Nevada. My travel partner had been several times, and when I asked what the comeback appeal was, the reply made perfect sense: Las Vegas is a place where anyone can find anything they’re interested in at any time, and without having to worry about what’s appropriate to wear, or adhering to a regional or restrictive social code.  Everything is easy in Vegas, even for a homebody like me.

If you’re interested in buying or selling a timeshare in Las Vegas, Nevada, contact our licensed real estate professionals at 888-235-0466 or visit our website for more information:

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