Have you ever dreamed of traveling the world, but also always being able to have some of that Disney magic? If so, then Disney Vacation Club is perfect for you! Disney Vacation Club not only lets you visit all of the Disney Parks across the globe, but it also allows you to travel to exotic locations like South Africa, Greece, Italy, and more! While being able to travel to dozens of locations is always an amazing option, many people love to vacation to their favorite Disney Park and stay at their favorite Disney hotel.
That being said, some Disney hotels are more popular than others and even sell out when it comes to how many people can choose that as their Disney vacation club hotel. Disney Resorts and hotels also vary in how much they cost per point purchased — the deluxe hotels are typically the most expensive, and prices go down from there. Some Disney Vacation Club resorts that are currently sold out will soon be back on the market, but with some big price jumps.
According to DVC news, here are some of the price increases coming in the near future. On January 20, four hotels will be seeing price increases — Disney’s Beach Club Villas, Disney’s Boardwalk Villas, Disney’s Hilton Head Resort, and Disney’s Vero Beach Resort. The price increase will apply to both new and existing Vacation Club members.
On February 3, Disney’s Riviera Resort and Disney’s Aulani Resort will increase from $201 per point to $207 per point.
These new prices can be extremely difficult for the average family to afford. If you are interested in becoming a Disney Vacation Club member but want to look around for a lower price, you can always look at purchasing a Disney Vacation Club resale contract. Here is more information on what a DVC resale contract is per DVC News:
Disney Vacation Club, or simply DVC, is Disney Resorts’ approach to timeshare ownership. Instead of a set place and time like traditional timeshares, DVC Memberships are based on points redeemed for various accommodation types across resorts found at Walt Disney World and Disneyland as well as Oahu, Hawaii; Vero Beach, Florida and Hilton Head, South Carolina. The costs can vary based on several factors, some of which are size of the contract in points, resort and current point availability. Contract length can vary depending on the deed expiration date of the resort. Current end dates for DVC Resorts range from 2042 to 2070.
If you would like to learn more about Disney Vacation Club and look into membership, you can do so by clicking here.