TravelJolly Travel Club Getaway FAQ
You select the amount of nights you want from the three options and the first date/night on the calendar you would like and then click Continue Booking at the bottom of the page.
A Certified Pro Member provides you a quick call to answer any questions you may have and answer any questions you may have as well as provides any and all the additional details you may need.
The call is recorded as part of the Secure TravelJolly Verification Process.
We desire to make sure everything is understood and perfect.
The Recording is completed by a Certified Pro Member of the TravelJolly Community. A community you’re already a part of. (More About all those benefits later.) Our Certified Pro Members will ask a few questions to make sure you qualify for the holiday getaway.
The holiday and all the benefits are not cheap. We do ask you to watch a video presentation while on your holiday and although there is no obligation to buy our travel club membership, we do know that it is as intoxicating as this offer. Many folks will invest in becoming full members.
We do NOT have Salespeople we have Certified Pro Members of our community.
(Certified Pro Members are folks whom have graduated TJ University and are compensated for helping new members find their way.)
At the end of the Recorded conversation, Bing, Bam, Boom, you receive a Transaction Confirmation email of your entire transaction, followed by all your Travel Documents.
For clarity and to make sure we exceed your expectations we ask that all our customers talk with a TJ Certified Pro Member of the TJ Community to confirm the details of any holiday transaction. In your case this is very important to us as this is a one-time Flash Sale opportunity and the entire transaction helps us to grow and provide great products going forward and with that said we record the conversation.
Recording the conversation also allows us to make sure we exceed your expectations. We want you as an advocate and hopefully an evangelist of TravelJolly and with any luck a Certified Pro Member of TravelJolly we are growing into over 180 Countries and we need help/any amount of time you would like to invest as part of our team!
For your records and piece, of mind we provide the Audio Receipt Transaction Number which we keep on file for 3 years. Once the recording is completed, you’ll receive a special VIP Support Reservations Phone Number so that you may book your very special Holiday Getaway!
Requirement: Must be 25 years of age or older with a combined annual income of $50,000 or greater. At the time of travel, you need to be a major credit card holder, not just a debit card holder. Must be Married or Living together with address matching ID’s or be a Single Female with an annual income of $60,000 a year or greater.
You are required to participate in a 60 – 90 minute video vacation club presentation.
THIS IS NOT A TIMESHARE PRESENTATION
THERE IS NO OBLIGATION TO BUY ANYTHING.
THIS IS A TRAVEL CLUB VIDEO PRESENTATION
Once you attend the presentation you will be provided your full refund of $199 by the hotel.
You must attend the presentation to receive your refund.
You must attend the video presentation to receive your Cruise and bonuses including the $500 Booking Engine Activation Code and the 33 Destination Hotel Voucher Good for 3 Days and 2 Nights in one of the 33 Locations of Choice.
Terms & Conditions
Parking fees, hotel taxes, resort fees, and meals are not included in this vacation offer.
Also, transportation to, from and while at the destination are your responsibility also are not included in the vacation offer.
We ask for a 30-day notice to guarantee the booking. There are NO BLACKOUT DATES! Yet, if you plan to travel before 30 days to your booking dates. There may be an early booking fee to guarantee those dates.
Timeshares vs. Vacation Clubs: An Honest Comparison and Review
For years, people have been asking us if our vacation club is like a timeshare. You may be wondering what is the difference between a timeshare and a vacation club? If so, you certainly aren’t alone, as there is much confusion even in the industry regarding these terms. In this article, we’ll dive into timeshares vs. vacation clubs, clearly define the difference between these two “second home alternatives” and compare the pros and cons of each.
A timeshare is defined in the dictionary as “the arrangement whereby several joint owners have the right to use a property as a vacation home under a time-sharing agreement.” The operative term here is “joint owners.” Timeshares started in the U.S. in the 1960’s as a way for resort real estate developers to make more money by selling units to many joint owners versus one owner. They found that if they divided the unit into weeks and sold each week, they could gross at least twice as much money as if they sold the unit to a single buyer. So, the typical timeshare is a one-week deeded interest in a condominium-style resort real estate development.
A Vacation Club is a group of people sharing the right to access a group of vacation properties, which could be hotel properties or vacation homes. The operative term here is “right to access,” as true Vacation Clubs typically don’t offer ownership, but access.
However, here’s where the confusion lies: most timeshares understand that the timeshare industry has a bad reputation, generally due to pressure sales and gimmicks to get people into presentations, so they don’t want to call themselves a timeshare. Therefore, many timeshares call themselves vacation clubs.
For example, Disney offers a timeshare product and has over 250,000 members, but they call themselves “Disney Vacation Club.”
Pros of Timeshares:
- Ownership of deeded real estate (not in all cases, but in many)
- Certainty of knowing you have the same week or weeks every year
- Flexibility to exchange for other vacations
- Much less expensive than whole or fractional ownership
- No second home expenses or maintenance hassles
Cons of Timeshares:
- Limited flexibility on when you can use your residence
- Annual maintenance fees even if you don’t use it
- Exchanging for popular times and places can be challenging
- Typically, not a high-end experience and limited customized services
Pros of Vacation Clubs:
- Strong variety and diversity of destinations and residences types (resort and stand-alone)
- Availability to travel throughout the year (not locked into specific week or weeks)
- Access to high end, private residences, including larger 4 to 6 bedroom ones, that you couldn’t get otherwise
- Customized concierge service offering to plan trips before and during your stay
Cons of Vacation Clubs:
- Can be significantly more expensive than timeshares, both upfront and on an annual basis
- No guaranteed usage of specific residences during specific times (it’s based on availability)
- No equity or ownership
- Limited to no exchange options in a network (like RCI for timeshares)
- TravelJolly is a “pay as you go” vacation club that don’t lock you into one specific week (or any specific amount of time) for you to vacation on an annual basis. We are typically more service oriented, offering personalized concierge services that go far beyond what most timeshares offer.
- The cost of timeshares and vacation clubs can vary greatly, ranging from under $10,000 to more than $50,000. It really depends on how much time you want to either own or have access to. We suggest doing thorough due diligence by speaking with other owners or members and exploring all options before committing to either a timeshare or vacation club.