Armed Forces Vacation Club – Select 7 Night Resort Stays For $309!
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The winter can be a great time to take a vacation. You can take advantage of the season for some fun winter sports, or visit a warm-weather locale for a break from the cold. Both options can make for a wonderful getaway! And now is a great time to book a vacation.
Don’t know where to go? Then I recommend checking out Armed Forces Vacation Club for some exciting and inexpensive vacations, including their limited time offer – Select 7 Night Resort Stays For $309‡*.
Let’s jump in and see what AFVC has to offer, including eligibility, locations, pricing, and more.
Select 7 Night Resort Stays For $309!
Now through December 15th, book select weeklong vacation stays for $309‡*! A brief sample of vacation destinations includes winter fun spots such as Park City, UT, South Lake Tahoe, CA, New Hampshire, Maine, and locations on both US coasts, including Orlando, FL, and several California locations. Overseas destinations include Germany, Spain, Portugal, the Canary Islands, Brazil, and many more.
*Terms and Conditions – ‡Book by December 15, 2015 at 11:59 PM ET. This offer applies only to select 7 night space-a stays with check-in dates 12/11/15 through 5/22/16; all travel must be completed by 5/29/16. Sale pricing reflects discount where applicable. All prices are in USD
Armed Forces Vacation Club Eligibility & Pricing
Armed Forces Vacation Club is a FREE membership club open to active duty, guard, reserve and retired members of the Armed Forces as well as civilian employees of the Department of Defense (DoD).
Armed Forces Vacation Club offers members access to discounted Space-A resort rentals worldwide for the normal price of just $349* per week – that’s per unit, which sleeps 2-8! Again, that price is per unit, not per person. So there is some amazing value there!
Promotional prices do not apply to all properties.
AFVC Vacation Rental Locations
Armed Forces Vacation Club has vacation rentals available in more than 100 countries. We can’t list all the possible locations here, but some of the more popular destinations include Orlando, Las Vegas, Williamsburg, Branson, Lake Tahoe, the Caribbean, Punta Cana and more.
Many of the Armed Forces Vacation Club units are condominium-style locations, so they often come equipped with features such as a full kitchen with refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, and microwave. Many AFVC accommodations also include washers and dryers, balconies or patios, and many other comforts of home.
Some units are also located on resorts that feature on-site recreational facilities, swimming pools, fitness centers, game rooms, gift shops, restaurants and organized activities. Golfing and skiing are available on-site at some resorts, as well.
The amenities may vary by location is different, so be sure to read the full feature list before booking your deal.
Support Your MWR Programs
Armed Forces Vacation Club contributes a portion of sales to the military Morale Welfare and Recreation (MWR) Programs. The MWR programs provide servicemembers, retirees, and their family members with access to fun activities on and around military installations. It’s good to know that a portion of your purchase goes tight back to the military community!
How Can They Offer Such Great Deals?
I asked the same question when I first learned about Armed Forces Vacation Club. It turns out that AFVC is a part of RCI, one the world’s largest timeshare companies. This makes it possible to offer a vast collection of timeshare resorts (the AFVC FAQ page states, you will not be required to attend a timeshare presentation).
Take Advantage While It lasts!
This seems like a great opportunity to take an inexpensive vacation and is certainly worth looking into if you are planning on booking a fall vacation.
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