- 1 Can you combine DVC points from different contracts?
- 2 Can you combine Disney Vacation Club points?
- 3 Can you use DVC points at moderate resorts?
- 4 Can you combine direct and resale DVC points?
- 5 How many times can you transfer DVC points?
- 6 Can you share a DVC membership?
- 7 What is the maximum DVC points you can buy?
- 8 Can DVC members pool points?
- 9 What can I do with extra DVC points?
- 10 Do DVC members get discounts on hotel rooms?
- 11 How long does a DVC membership last?
- 12 Does Disney Vacation Club include park tickets?
- 13 What perks do you lose buying DVC resale?
- 14 How do I get the most DVC points?
- 15 Should I buy more DVC points?
Can you combine DVC points from different contracts?
You can transfer points from one contract to the other. However, to get the 11 month advantage you have to have points from the same resort. So if you try to combine AKL points with CCV points, you can only do it at 7 months. Also if you transfer points, you have to call to make the reservation.
Can you combine Disney Vacation Club points?
Or if you’re interested in making a single booking, you can combine your Vacation Points by transferring them from one of your Memberships to another. To transfer your Vacation Points, contact Member Services. Or call us at (800) 800-9800†.
Can you use DVC points at moderate resorts?
While you can technically book Moderate resorts with your points, it is extremely expensive and usually more than using them at the Grand Floridian or Polynesian Villas. Unfortunately, with the two upcoming DVC resorts set to open, this idea would probably be out of the question for the next few years.
Can you combine direct and resale DVC points?
You can’t combine points or use the resale points to do that. But you retain all your perks of being a direct owner, regardless of which points you use to book your stay. There’s two things – what you qualify for as a member and what the points themselves qualify for.
How many times can you transfer DVC points?
According to the DVC rules and regulations, owners are allowed to transfer their points one time per use year or receive a transfer of points from another owner one time per use year.
Yes, you can certainly have more than one person listed as owners on a DVC contract, just like you can on any real estate purchase. You can’t actually split up the points 1/3 to one person etc.
What is the maximum DVC points you can buy?
You may purchase up to 4,000 Vacation Points at a single Disney Vacation Club Resort.
Can DVC members pool points?
DVC members staying on points at a DVC resort can pool hop to most Disney World resort pools with a few exceptions – Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club, Animal Kingdom Villas, and Bay Lake Tower. Additionally, there are certain blackout dates DVC members cannot pool hop because of high crowds and resort occupancy.
What can I do with extra DVC points?
After you bank your points from one year to the next, if you still haven’t used them towards the end of that second year, you can deposit those points into RCI (Disney refers to this as the World Passport Collection) and then have an additional two years to use them to book RCI vacations.
Do DVC members get discounts on hotel rooms?
If you’re looking for a good discount and you’re a Disney Vacation Club Member (or you’ve got a friend or family member who is a DVC member), you now have the opportunity to get a BIG discount on rooms at one Disney World Resort hotel.
How long does a DVC membership last?
Every existing DVC contract will last until at least 2042. That’s 25 years from now! Others will last more than 20 years past that point. When you buy into DVC, you’re playing the long game. You know that your investment will pay off after five-to-seven years.
Does Disney Vacation Club include park tickets?
The perks and benefits of being a Member are part of Disney Vacation Club’s Membership Magic program. While there is not currently a discount on multi-day theme park tickets, there is a discount for Members on Walt Disney World Annual Passes.
What perks do you lose buying DVC resale?
If your only DVC purchase is a resale contract purchased after April 4, 2016, you will not receive certain incidental benefits (also known as Membership Extras), such as Member discounts on dining, shopping, Member-exclusive events and certain special Member offers.
How do I get the most DVC points?
In other words, accurate points pricing is a basic tenet of DVC membership. The times when Disney is most crowded are the times when you’ll expend the most points for a single night’s stay. Conversely, the times when Disney has the smallest crowds are when you’ll maximize the value of your points.
Should I buy more DVC points?
Why Buy Additional Points? Aside from buying more points to fulfill your vacation needs, buying additional point contracts can be a smart move for your future. Since DVC Contracts cannot be divided by the owner, having multiple smaller point contracts provides more flexibility than owning a single large point contract.