A timeshare interest is shared usage that gives you the opportunity to vacation every year. When you purchase a timeshare, you typically have a week to enjoy a vacation resort included within the program.
For many reasons, first and foremost being that it encourages them to spend more time making memories with their loved ones. Learn more about the benefits of ownership and what sets Bluegreen Vacations apart from other timeshare companies.
When you become a deeded Bluegreen Vacations Club owner, you receive an annual allotment of Vacation Club Points. Vacation Club Points can be used to book thousands of vacation experiences, including resort stays within the Bluegreen network and beyond the network worldwide through Direct Exchange and RCI®. You can also enjoy stays at participating Choice Hotels® across the U.S. by becoming a Choice Privileges® member and linking your Bluegreen Vacations account. Vacation Points can also be used to book cruises, guided Owner Adventure tours, private yacht excursions and more. Learn more about how Vacation Points work.
Visit a sales center at one of our resorts to get a clear, simple overview of our program. We’ll answer all of your questions and guide you through vacation options based on your preferences and needs. You can also gain firsthand experience of everything Bluegreen Vacations offers by purchasing a greatly discounted vacation to one of our exciting vacation destinations. During your getaway, you’ll take a tour and discover the many benefits of vacation ownership. You will also have the opportunity to purchase ownership with Bluegreen Vacation Club at that time. Find out more on how to get started, or call us toll-free at (866) 933-7520.
There are three costs associated with ownership in the Bluegreen Vacation Club Program: (i) the purchase for the interest, (ii) annual maintenance fees and (iii) annual club dues. Pricing and fees vary depending on how many Vacation Club Points you purchase.
Maintenance fees are the annual fees every owner pays for the anticipated operating expenses of the program, including, but not limited to, all expenses for the operation, maintenance, repair or replacement of the Trust Property, costs of carrying out the powers and duties of the Trust Association, applicable insurance premiums and related expenses, real estate taxes and reserves for capital expenditures and deferred maintenance.
Club dues are the annual charges assessed by the Bluegreen Vacation Club in connection with the operation of the Club each calendar year.
Yes, it’s considered a deeded real estate interest, which can be passed from generation to generation during the term of the trust.