Miller Lite Says Forget 2020 and Brings Us Back to the ’70s with the Miller Timeshare

Miller Lite Says Forget 2020 and Brings Us Back to the ’70s with the Miller Timeshare

2020 needs to get its groove back, so Miller Lite is bringing you good vibes only through the Miller Timeshare. This Midwest pad lets you escape 2020 and go back in time for a more carefree Miller Time. For $96 a night, a group of buddies can book their stay at the Miller Timeshare exclusively on and enjoy Miller Time like it’s 1975 (when Miller Lite was first introduced nationally). Additionally, summer travel looks different in 2020, while Labor Day typically sees millions of Americans boarding planes for getaways, 85%* are planning or likely to go on a road trip this summer for a change of scenery. Consumers can boogie on over for an out-of-sight view of Mona Lake, Michigan; a short drive from both Detroit and Chicago.

“End of summer travel looks a little different this year,” said Courtney Dugan, director of activation for Miller Lite. “But it’s still time for Miller Time, so Miller Lite created the Miller Timeshare, a groovy space for a small group to get together, put on a record, crack open some beers, and escape 2020 for a couple days.”

Miller Lite took what once was an everyday lake house and completely overhauled it into the Miller Timeshare to take people back in time to 1975. The Miller Timeshare is complete with mod furniture, a bomb avocado-colored kitchen, groovy shag carpets, nifty house plants and funky wood paneling. The pad also features a stellar game room with a pinball machine, old school record player and throwback ’70s board games. 

Here’s the skinny to book the pad: 

  • Visit starting September 4 at 9AM CST
  • Groups (up to eight people) can book the Timeshare (three night maximum) for dates between September 10 and September 30
  • Booking is first, come first served… so be there or be square (i.e., while supplies last; void where prohibited) 
  • For 21 and up only

Miller Lite is the original light beer, founded in 1975 with only 96 calories and 3.2 grams of carbs. For decades Miller Lite has been known as a great tasting, less filling American pilsner beer best enjoyed with friends. For more follow @MillerLite on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook and check out #MillerTimeshare for more updates on our ’70s pad.

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