• The TUGBBS forums are completely free and open to the public and exist as the absolute best place for owners to get help and advice about their timeshares for more than 26 years!

    Join tens of thousands of other owners just like you here to get any and all Timeshare questions answered!
  • TUG started 27 years ago in October 1993 as a group of regular Timeshare owners just like you!

    Check out our happy birthday post here: Happy Birthday TUG!
  • TUG has now saved timeshare owners more than $15,000,000 dollars just by finding us in time to rescind a new Timeshare purchase! A truly incredible milestone!

    Read more here: TUG saves owners more than $14 Million dollars
  • Follow the TUG Member Banner as it travels the world on vacation with Timeshare owners! Also sign up to get the banner sent to you so you can submit a photo of your vacation with the banner to share with TUG! Banner Thread
  • Sign up to get the TUG Newsletter for free! Join tens of thousands of other owners who get this every week! Latest resort reviews and the most important topics discussed by owners during the week!
  • Our official "end my sales presentation early" T-shirts are available again! Also come with the option for a free membership extension with purchase to offset the cost!

    Read more Here
  • A few of the most common links here on the forums for newbies and guests!

100 year term


Nov 11, 2013
Reaction score

I am new to TUGS so I apologize if this has been covered before or if I'm not posting in the correct area. We have a timeshare with Pueblo Bonito Emerald Bay and I'm curious if anyone can help me with understanding the 100 year term of the timeshare. When we bought our timeshare life was different and we don't have much use for it now. I understand that we signed a contract and need to honor our obligation but wondering if it's possible to end the timeshare week and maintenance prior to 100 years?

Thank you for any help.
Sep 24, 2011
Reaction score
Deltona Florida
The answer is usually YES. It may cost you, but it can be done. It sounds like you have a Right-To-Use, which means it expires in a certain number of years. Giving it to someone else (it's not worth anything), they can use it up to the RTU expiration.

The resort company can tell you how to transfer it to someone else.