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    Bonnet Creek booking

    Does anyone have any suggestions for vrbo contacts for booking bonnet creek? I am aware of vacation upgrades, does anyone know of anyone that has rented from an individual at BC?

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    VRBO is more suited for people who own condos or homes and rent them out short term than timeshare owners because of their fee structure. In addition to VU, there is also http://vacationstrategy.com http://www.redweek.com or http://tug2.com/timesharemarketplace/

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    I think I have pretty much the same question. I've researched Bonnett Creek on VRBO, and have sent inquires, but the responses all seem to be from some company or another instead of from an individual. On the listing it clearly says "owner operated". I've never really had this kind of experience from VRBO listings? Any advice would be appreciated.

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    I've had good experiences with Ken Price from www.vacationupgrades.com. Fair pricing imo and he's good to work with.

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    When I was booking, I got quotes from:

    Vacation Upgrades
    Vacation Strategy
    Sun or Snow Vacation Rentals
    Farrells Vacations
    myresortnetwork.com - owner Aaron Washburn
    myresortnetwork.com - 5 star resorts

    Just try googling for their websites. The best quote I received was from Aaron Washburn. He was extra nice and very prompt and helpful with communication. Unfortunately, we ended up cancelling right at the 21 day mark. We lost $100 cancellation fee, but have the rest in credit to use in the future.

    I don't think there is one owner who always has the best price, so I would contact as many as you can. Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessmela View Post
    I've had good experiences with Ken Price from www.vacationupgrades.com. Fair pricing imo and he's good to work with.
    I agree. I just booked with them for the 2nd time. Not worth it for me to save $10 - $20/night but stress about the lack of communication. I love Vacation Upgrades!

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