When you purchase a DVC membership, you are purchasing Disney Vacation Club points, which can be used like currency to reserve accommodations at any Disney resort. The DVC points system is more flexible than traditional timeshare ownership, because you can book during any week of the year, at any resort, in any size unit as long as you have enough points to cover your stay.
Booking with Disney Vacation Club Points
The number of points required to book at any DVC resort depends on several factors including the resort, the season, the size of the unit, and the length of your stay. Larger units and more popular weeks will increase the number of points required to book accommodations.
Points are awarded to members annually at the start of each use year through the end of the contract. For DVC owners, the use year does not necessarily line up with the start of a calendar year. Instead, the use year starts in whichever month your points become available for use.
If you’re a traveler looking to rent a DVC timeshare for your next trip to Disney, see how you can rent DVC points from an existing owner.
Buying DVC Points on the Resale Market
When you buy directly from Disney, the minimum number of points you need to buy to qualify for membership is 160, while the maximum is 2,000. Smaller groups of points can be purchased on the resale market, however, you will need at least 150 total points to qualify as an active DVC member.
However, when you buy DVC points on the resale market, you are essentially buying someone else’s membership. They will already have an established amount of yearly points, along with a home resort. In other words, if you buy from the resale market, you won’t have to worry about purchasing a minimum amount.
DVC Point Chart Information
Each DVC resort has a different set of DVC point values, along with different seasons and unit types. To provide those interested in DVC timeshares with a reliable reference, we’ve compiled a number of DVC points charts for each property. Click the name of a resort below to view the point values for that location.
- Aulani, Disney Vacation Club Villas
- Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort
- Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas
- Disney’s Beach Club Villas
- Disney’s BoardWalk Villas
- Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort
- Disney’s Old Key West Resort
- Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows
- Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort and Spa
- Disney’s Vero Beach Resort
- The Villas at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel and Spa
- The Villas at Disney’s Floridian Resort and Spa
- The Villas at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge
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Can I use my points to book at other resorts?
Yes. While you will always be able to reserve the accommodations outlined in your membership contract, you can also use DVC points to reserve accommodations at other Disney resorts as well. This may require either banking or borrowing your DVC points, but it is possible for most DVC members.
Can I rent out my DVC points?
It is possible to rent out DVC points through fixed reservations. When you rent your points through DVCTimeshares.com, you can make a reservation at your home resort and advertise it on our timeshare rental market to attract potential travelers. Visit our page on renting your DVC points for more information.
I'm a current DVC member. Can I sell my points?
Yes. Selling DVC points is just like any other timeshare resale—you can sell your DVC points to an interested buyer who is looking for a great deal on vacation accommodations. People selling DVC points on the resale market also have a leg up on owners of other timeshares, as Disney Vacation Club features the most sought-after accommodations in the country. Learn more about selling your Disney points today.