Travel During “Dead Week” this January for the Best Deals!

There's good news for Dead Week. Have you heard of "Dead Week"? It's the first week in January when no one wants to travel. January can even be referred to as "Dead Month." People have just spent a lot of time and energy, not to mention money, on the holidays. It's back to the routine of daily life, and any thoughts of vacation and travel are put off. So, the stats for the travel industry plummet - planes fly half empty, occupancy rates in resorts tumble.

The good news is that if you are an empty-nester, a retiree, a free-lancer, or one of any number of people who aren't chained to a calendar - plan a vacation now! January travel deals are made for you. Rent a timeshare and spend a week in a luxury resort for an unheard of low price.

If you like "alone time" rent a timeshare at a small resort in a remote area. In January you could well be one of the few intrepid guests there - you'll have no crowds and the staff will be delighted to give you very personalized service. For example, a timeshare, complete with cozy fireplace, at the charming secluded MountainLoft Resort in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, will cost you just $57/night.

Or how about taking advantage of January's dead reputation and rent a timeshare in a very popular resort area. For example, stay at the Wyndham Bonnet Creek Resort in Lake Buena Vista, FL, right next to the Disney theme parks for just $50/night. And a bonus is that there are no huge crowds at the parks in January. Let your inner kid out and have a romp.

Even a beach vacation can be cheap in January. Try the Ka'anapali Beach Club on Maui for an unbelievable $56/night. Or how about Cancun, Mexico, where timeshare rentals at the Aventura Spa Palace start at just $20/night (no, that's not a typo!). Remember, air fares are low in January so grab a seat and head for a tropical paradise.

Don’t miss these prices that are sure to go fast! Rent a budget timeshare in January - you simply cannot afford to stay home!
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