We all have seen Disney continue to increase their prices. Disney Vacation Club is about to get even more expensive.
What is DVC
DVC is short for Disney Vacation Club. It is a timeshare run by Disney. Unlike other timeshares DVC has the flexibility of a point system.
You can book the time of year you travel and type of accommodation, including your resort of choice. With this style of timeshare you are not stuck in a particular week every year. You purchase an allotment of points that you can then choose to spend however you would like.
Want to know more about DVC? Check out all the ins and outs of it HERE.
Statements Regarding Minimum Buy In Amount Raised and 2023 Points Chart Released
The minimum buy-in amount was raised to 150 points. This is for a Direct Membership and to receive all Member benefits. These Members previously had a BLUE card.
Another option to become a Member (but you will not have full membership benefits) would be to buy resale. These Members had a WHITE card.
DVC responded with a statement regarding why they increased the minimum buy in amount. You can find that HERE.
Again, DVC responded with a statement for the change in the 2023 Points Chart saying, this was done for the benefit of the member. Read their full statement HERE.
Price Increase Per Point
Are you thinking of buying DVC points? If you are then you better act quickly! Disney Vacation points are about to increase AGAIN! Prices are currently at $201 per point. This will increase to $207 per point.
Prices will increase to $207 per point for Aulani, Disney Vacation Club Villas, Ko Olina, Hawaii and Disney’s Riveria Resort effective February 3, 2022.
This increase is for Aulani, Disney Vacation Club Villas, Ko Olina, Hawaii and Disney’s Riveria Resort. It will occur on February 3, 2022.
What do you think of this price increase? Will you be buying any Disney Vacation Club points before the increase? Let us know on the Kenny the Pirate Facebook page. Don’t forget to join the KtP crew page, too!