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Understanding timeshare season colours can be confusing at first glance, but essentially they ensure that customers and timeshare companies alike have a quick universal reference point of understand whether certain weeks are high, medium and low season weeks throughout the year, with regards to demand.

Universal Timeshare Season Colour Codes

There are two important factors, which you need to first understand before being able to identify timeshare seasons, as you would with calendar seasons. Holiday and destination demand is often times based on the sun, warmth and on weather conditions in general. Timeshare resorts are thriving in every corner of the world, meaning they are available in almost every country and region. With the calendar seasons being different in different places, for example, England’s summer is Australia’s winter, high season weeks will differ, depending on which country you are thinking of travelling to.

Therefore, timeshare seasons are not categorized into spring, summer, autumn and winter, or indeed labelled by these seasonal names. They are labelled according to the demand in that particular country in a certain time of year. This is where the colour coding of weeks comes in.

Common Colour Codes

During high season in a particular country, timeshare weeks will be of more value than low season weeks. That value, in turn, affects both buy-in costs and the value of your asset (in this case the week you wish to rent or sell) on exchange marketplaces. The colors of the seasons, therefore are a reference for demand.

In the USA, some timeshare developers and operators use a code based on the colors of the Stars and Stripes of the American flag as follows:

  • Season of highest demand – Red

  • Season of intermediate demand – White

  • Season of lowest demand – Blue

Most commonly however, the color codes are chosen based on what we already know regarding ranking of colours, as follows:

  • Season of highest demand – Platinum

  • Season of intermediate demand – Gold

  • Season of lowest demand – Silver

Finally:

There is one last factor to consider when it comes to understanding timeshare season colours; Within season there are weeks which are of even higher demand. For example, Christmas and New Year week during the winter ski season. Or Easter week in Europe, even though it would not yet technically be high season weather wise.

For more information on how we can help you sell your timeshare week, please contact us here!

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We are the only company that all our staff have worked directly for the Marriott Vacation Club at Marriott's Marbella Beach Resort and have a licensed resales office where you can come in for help and advice face to face whilst on holiday.

After your timeshare purchase we are there on site for help in using it and how to get the best out of the ownership as our product knowledge is second to none.

When staying at Marriott's Marbella Beach Resort, feel free to visit one of our Fab Timeshare Resale & Rental Offices which is conveniently located next to the new Farmacia opposite the Alanda Club, Elviria.
When staying at Marriott's Playa Andaluza feel free to visit one of our Fab Timeshare Resale & Rental Offices directly opposite the resort in the Diana Centro Commercial.