Find My Horses: August Listing Special
I have acquired 15 Vacation Certificates to give out to people listing with me this month. This is a limited supply that is reserved to one per household.
This vacation certificate guarantees you three days and two nights in deluxe hotel accommodations in your choice of 20 cities below. You just mail in the vacation certificate with your choice of one of the cities and a $12.00 processing and handling fee. Customers are guaranteed to receive their requested travel dates when booking reservations 60 days in advance and not selecting holiday weeks or weekends. Within 30 days of your vacation, you will be required to pay the sales tax (no more than $15 per night) to complete your reservations.
Enjoy three days & 2 nights in your choice of over 50 resort cities including:
(Cities subject to change)
Arizona: Scottsdale, Sedona Lake Havasu, Mesa, Phoenix, and Tucson
Arkansas: Hot Springs
California: Anaheim, Lake Tahoe, Long Beach, and San Diego Area
Florida: Cocoa Beach, Daytona Beach, Ft. Lauderdale, New Smyrna Beach, Kissimmee, and Orlando
Massachusetts: Cape Cod and Springfield
Maryland: Ocean City
Nevada: Las Vegas, Reno, and Genoa
New Hampshire: Francestown and Salem
New York: Amsterdam, Buffalo, and Painted Post
North Carolina: Atlantic Beach, Banner Elk and Kitty Hawk
Ohio: Port Clinton
Pennsylvania: Hershey and Pocono Mountains (seasonal)
South Carolina: Charleston, Hilton Head, Murrell's Inlet and Myrtle Beach
Tennessee: Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge
Texas: South Padre Island, Dallas, and San Antonio
Utah: Park City
Vermont: Bolton Valley and Killington (seasonal)
Virginia: Williamsburg, Shenandoah Valley, and Virginia Beach
Wisconsin: Wisconsin Dells
My Personal Experience using the Vacation Certificate
I'm sure that you have some questions about how these vacation certificates work. I'm also sure that you think that there has to be a gimmick or a scam about these vacation certificates. Well, I have used one of the vacation certificates and went to Gatlinburg, TN. Let me tell you about my experience then I will answer some Frequently Asked Questions.
I (DaNel) used my vacation certificate and went to Gatlinburg, TN in March of 2005. I sent my vacation certificate off with my $10.00 check (the fee has now gone up to $12.00 but still well worth it), and a few weeks later I received a letter for me to fill out with my travel dates. For the FREE room, I had to choose off-season and weekdays (Monday through Thursday), or I could turn the voucher in for a discounted room for weekends in addition to no blackout dates.
I was instructed to send that form back with a money order for $23.95 to a Travel Agency to complete the reservations. A few weeks later I got a Pre-Conformation letter letting me know about my vacation dates and the Hotel I would be staying at. Also, the letter stated to call and confirm my travel dates 30 days before my stay. (I planned my vacation a year in advance due to the blackout dates. I wanted to see what the FREE vacation certificate provided)
One month before my trip I phoned in my confirmation and was asked if I needed additional days at a discounted rate. I declined. (again I'm testing out the FREE Vacation certificate so I could pass on my experience) I stayed at the Microtel Hotel in Pigeon Forge. I had a great room. The service was terrific and I couldn't say enough nice things about my stay.
So as a recap I spent a total of $33.95 for a three day 2-night mini Vacation in Gatlinburg, TN. While I was up there the rooms on various Motel/Hotel's stated rooms started at $38.00 per night. So I was able to stay for two nights for less than the price of one. Also, I did not have to do any timeshare presentations.
Vacation Certificate Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Can I use more than one three days 2-night vacation certificate?
A. Yes, you may visit several different cities within 12 months, but you cannot attend the same place twice, for free rooms. This is where the room broker earns money. You will have the opportunity to revisit all cities at a rate less than what the hotels charge, by booking through the room brokers in the future.
Q. Can I use two vacation certificates back to back for four free nights?
A. No. Anyone caught using two vacation certificates back to back or in the same city within 12 months will have their reservations canceled.
Q. After I pay the registration fee what other costs will I be required to pay?
A. Just a fee to cover the cost of room taxes which doesn't exceed $15.00 per night. When following the terms and conditions, which require you to register your reservation form, book your rooms in advance and not travel the week of a holiday or on weekends.
Q. Are weekends & holiday weeks ever available?
A. Yes, by paying a discounted room rate from as low as $35.00 per night midweek and as low as $60.00 per night on weekends. This depends on the city and the holiday week you wish to travel. All customers traveling on this option will also receive extra benefits.
Q. What type of accommodations will I receive with this offer?
A. You are guaranteed to be satisfied with your accommodations, or your registration fee will be refunded. In Las Vegas, the most popular destination, for the past several years, all customers have been provided a 400 square foot mini-suite at a hotel-casino within walking distance to the Bellagio, Caesars Palace, Bally's and Flamingo Hilton, known as the four corners of the Las Vegas Strip.
Q. Do I get to pick the hotel?
A. No. You get to pick the travel dates and the destination city. You are guaranteed that your accommodations will be first class. There has never been a complaint about the hotels. If the registration fee, which is refundable if you don't like your accommodations, is too much of a gamble - you have the choice of booking the rooms for your vacation and paying hotel rates without this service.
Q. What happens after I send the registration fee?
A. You will receive back a reservation form for the city of your choice. For instance, if you select Las Vegas, you will receive a reservation form for Las Vegas. You just fill out the reservation form with your desired dates and mail it with a money order for the tax of the room back to the room broker reservation office. If you follow the simple terms and conditions and select dates at least 60 days in advance and not the week of a holiday, your reservations should be confirmed.
Q. Why do I have to choose a date at least 60 days in advance?
A. Free rooms, you must choose a date at least 60 days in advance. All reservation forms give you an option where you can book rooms less than 60 days at a discount of standard room rates, but for the FREE offer, your dates must be at least 60 days in advance.