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Has anyone been to Las Vegas as their free trip from Silverleaf Resorts for viewing one of their properties?

1. If so, how did booking the trip, go, etc?

2. Did they have times to accomodate when you wanted to go?

3. If you decide not to buy their timeshare package, are you harrassed afterwards by their reps calling

you constantly or does it end there?

4. Why is the tour part of this process 90 minutes? I know they have to do a sales pitch but is that

included in the 90 minutes?

Thanks for your reponses. Have a great day!

Review about: Silverleaf Resorts Tour Booking.

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Anonymous
#832937

They will try for four or more hours to sell you a timeshare, that at this time can't be sold for even a penny on Ebay.

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Anonymous
#463615

You activate the certificate first. They send you a paper you print out that you mail in with your $100 deposit.

You choose three "three-day time frames" when you want to go. They will let you know when to call in and their rep will tell you if any of those three days are available. You stay at the Riviera Hotel, unless you pay to upgrade. You leave after 6 PM and return before 6 AM.

You have no control over what time the planes arrive and depart.

You take what they give you. It is a very cheap trip if you don't mind the fact you're only really staying for a day.

Anonymous
#460632

What about if you also got the additional 3 days 2 nights that didn't include the airfare...they said we could add it onto the one including the airfare...

Anonymous
#438414

We attended the "90 minute" presentation - FIVE (5) hours! We escaped having wasted only time, no money.

Here is some of the fine print on the Las Vegas trip: depart M,T,W btwn 3-10pm; return 2 days later btwn 6am-1pm. More than 7 days from ANY named holiday. (You could potentially be in Las Vegas a TOTAL of 30 hours) Must submit 3 "preferred" dates, at least 30 days apart.

Must pay $100 to open the reservation process. You tour the place, get the sales pitch, then they put on the full court press - we said no to 4 different people before we were escorted to the "award area".

In my opinion, you would be better off surfing the net (travelzoo, groupon, kayak, etc.) to find a deal for Vegas, unless you really want to go for just one day in the middle of some random week.

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