you are effectively buying time to use on holidays - its not like the 'old school' timeshares where it was just one location you can go to - these have over 200 resorts worldwide that they own themselves, and are affiliated with RCI (the 'original' timeshare business), giving you the choice of thousands more destinations/hotels etc.

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)..were given 50 Boots vouchers as a thank you for turning up! what they actually want to sign you up for initially is the 'temporary' membership - this lasted for 3 years, and you can use it as much as you like during that time, but only one week is free per year - you have to pay for the other weeks that you use - although they arent expensive.... We signed up to the temporary membership (you are legally allowed to cancel within a set time period - depends on the contract but between 7-28 days) - so we thought it would be worth doing, then reading through all the exact details at home with no pressure....

as it happens, we liked the look of the places they had to offer..

I have just had a phone call from Club La Costa following a survery I did last year.

The 'great news' is that I have won a holiday for 4 to be taken in the next 18 months.

the 'free' holiday is used to entice you into attending their 'presentation' evening, designed to get you to purchase a temporary membership... although that may now have changed - we did have to pay an admin fee of 29.50 per person, plus you have to pay for specific extras - they will give you a 'choice' of 4 destinations - you will get what they give you though, and you have to select various dates you can go - and you'll be offered one of them (you can only select date in the school holidays) - if you want to fly from a specific airport, require extra baggage etc then you have to pay more - so all in all, for some this may end up being a cheap holiday, for others it wont.

at the presentation, they talk through the way it works...and the prices..we kept it, thoroughly intending to use it....within 3 weeks I found out I was pregnant, my job changed and i couldnt take hardly any holidays, and towards the end of pregnancy I had severe SPD!bearing in mind you still have to pay for flights...although they do have affiliations with flight companies to arrange cheap flights for you! yes you read it correctly.....within a week of signing for it I decided it was ridiculous with a baby due anyday etc...so we cancelled within the allowed 28 days and heard no more about it!They asked me to confirm our household salary, so I said I would need to check with my husband this evening.