If you see the Bluegreen booth anywhere just steer clear! If the sales people manage to lure you in, the only way out is to just walk away. Don't even give them a reason, just walk. If you don't, you'll end up stuck for, God knows, how long while they tell you what a great deal it is and ask you how you can possibly turn it down.
It does seem like a good deal a first, but, do you know the saying "If it seems too good to be true, it probably is"? That saying completely applies.
$179 "vacation" for 2 nights/3 days - well, it's not really 3 days, you're traveling on 2 of them and you have to listen to a BS timeshare pitch in there somewhere too. Plus resort fees and tax. Also, of course, you have to get there...add $500 for airfare and Uber to the "resort".
They do give you a $50 gift card that you're able to use at the store you're already in. Save yourself the time/hassle and just pay for your stuff and leave...
Product or Service Mentioned: Bluegreen Resorts Vacation Package.
Reason of review: Not as described/ advertised.
Bluegreen Resorts Cons: Very pushy sales people.