Proudly Serving Our Military
Armed Forces Vacation Club is a "Space Available" program that offers military and other Department of Defense-affiliated personnel the opportunity to enjoy vacations at popular destinations around the world - for the incredibly low price of just $349* USD per unit, per week.
Those eligible and their family and friends have access to spacious accommodations at more than 4,000 resorts, apartments, condominiums and homes in more than 100 countries.
A membership with Armed Forces Vacation Club is free to all active duty, guard, reserve and retired U.S. military and civilian employees of the Department of Defense.
More about program requirements can be found in our Frequently Asked Questions section.
What "Space Available" Means
Armed Forces Vacation Club is a part of Wyndham Worldwide, one the world's largest hospitality companies. This makes it possible to offer a vast collection of condominium-style timeshare resorts.
If you enjoy off-season activities in popular locations without the hassle of high-season prices, crowds and lines (or if you can travel on 10 days notice or less), the Armed Forces Vacation Club offers an incredible vacation value.
More Spaces in More Places
Availability varies but frequently includes destinations in the United States, Mexico, South America and Europe. The condominium-style accommodations typically include a full kitchen with refrigerator, stove, dishwasher and microwave. Many Military accommodations also include washers and dryers, balconies or patios, and many other comforts of home.
Many resorts provide amenities you aren't likely to get with a typical hotel or motel room, such as on-site recreational facilities, swimming pools, fitness centers, game rooms, gift shops, restaurants and organized activities.
Golfing and skiing are available on-site at some resorts, as well. Add in exciting area attractions, and you have an exceptional vacation for far less than you would normally expect to pay!
Always Low Fees, Never Any Pressure
While accommodations are mostly at timeshare resorts, you will not be required to attend a timeshare presentation. Some resorts are already sold out and do not have active sales centers on-site. If the resort is still in sales, at some time during your stay, you will probably be given an opportunity to attend a presentation in exchange for a premium or gift (free dinner, theater/show tickets, amusement/theme park tickets, etc.). Everyone at these resorts is given this same opportunity. If you like the incentive gift and want to attend the presentation, you are welcome to do so. But you are under no obligation and can simply say, "No, thanks."