I apologize up front if this question is in wrong place but I searched and can't find answer. We attended our first timeshare presentation a few weeks ago. It is a resort affiliated with Interval International. We would purchase the timeshare and use it for the week purchased. But we were more intrigued with the ability to “purchase” a week at anytime, for a rate quoted by the salesperson at less than $175.00 for the week, at other timeshares listed in the Interval Int catalog. We are retired and often travel at the last minute in and out of season. If we were to understand correctly we could go somewhere every month of the year (if we chose to) for a week, paying no more than the $175.00 for the unit. We travel mostly in the states. Not looking for all peak times. We’d go to ski country off season, beaches off season, etc. etc. Are we understanding this correctly? What are the chances of actually getting something, not necessarily top notch, but of quality? Does it always have to be last minute or can we find something say four to six months in advance. Thanks for any help you can provide.