No free brunch

When the sales pro greeted us with “Do you like having a good time and saving money?” it seemed safe to presume that ‘no’ was going to be the wrong answer to most of the questions we would face over the next pressure-packed two hours.  A thick booklet of discount coupons for various activities and restaurants, in exchange for attending a timeshare presentation, lured us to what was supposed to be a wonderful Hawaiian brunch (but turned out to be a miniature muffin and coffee).
While we managed to escape with our wallets (and sense of humours) intact, I was reminded of this unpleasant experience many years ago when reading  Timeshare Prices Plummet to $1 today at Smart Money.

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