I know we should have known better. If it seems too good to be true, right? While renting a car an onsite timeshare guy figured out my husbands love of golf, and before I knew it he was offering 4 free rounds of golf at the Vista golf course (worth about $800). I said what about me and he threw in a massage at our home resort of Paradise Village. As a joke my husband said how about some cash and a bottle of tequila and he agreed to 1000 pesos and the tequila. So for about $1000 worth of goodies we were suckered in. We later heard the Vida Vacations and Grand Bliss/ Grand Luxe timeshare guys on the street get $1200 and can use as much as they want to hook their victims. Believe it or not, it was not worth it. It ruined a whole day of our vacation and they would not quit. It was extremely smooth, but extremely high pressure. It was also bait and switch tactics. Say no to the Grand Luxe? Sell something less. Think you are talking Red time? Check carefully -- it has turned into white time. Ready to go home? No, they still have more people for you to talk to. I finally left on my own after meeting 8 sales guys because my husband was still talking to them. I made sure I got the promised goodies first, and they pulled the bait and switch on both the golf and the massage to get us back to their property. No thank you! Even though the property is lovely and the "free" breakfast was great, I have sworn off timesale presentations forever. I have talked to others and learned there are two nicknames for the Vida Vacations Group -- the Cryin Mayan and the Lyin Mayan. Beware!