Only in very rare cases would it be compulsory for you to pay all inclusive rates at a timeshare property. Timeshare, by its very nature usually offers owners the possibility of enjoying a self catering vacation and most timeshare units come complete with kitchen, dining rooms and all the mod cons for cooking within your home away from home. Insisting on an all inclusive package goes against the grain of timeshare.
Some timeshare properties are located on resorts that have all inclusive plans for their hotel guests and sometimes owners get confused by this option. In most cases, if a resort has all inclusive plans, then timeshare owners are invited to buy passes or vouchers if they wish to do so. However, in the majority of cases, these passes are not compulsory but rather intended to offer owners the option of enjoying the all inclusive provisions of the resort. Frequently, these passes can be for a limited number of days, say three or four or indeed for the length of your stay. Flexibility is the keyword with timeshare.