Timeshare Owners are Taking More Vacations than Others
According to the latest wave of the Back-to-Normal Barometer study conducted in late September and early October, timeshare owners are taking more vacations during the pandemic than other active Americans. On average, timeshare owners reported taking 2.5 vacations from February 2020 to December 2020 while active Americans reported taking 1.4 vacations during the same time last year. In addition, timeshare owners have taken an average of 2.3 vacations so far this year while active Americans have taken an average of 1.5 vacations. This pattern is consistent with travel behaviors of timeshare owners before the pandemic. It was reported in the survey that in the three years prior to the pandemic, timeshare owners took an average of 4.6 vacations per year while active Americans took an average of 3.2 vacations per year.
Source: Back-to-Normal Barometer Survey conducted by Sports&Leisure Research Group, Engagious and ROKK Solutions and sponsored by the AIF, Wave 25b