Disney Vacation Club is perhaps one of the most popular timeshare brands among families, and of course, Disney adults.
The Disney timeshare brand revolutionized vacation ownership as we know it today, offering flexible points-based ownership, special perks and discounts, and beautiful resort properties around the country.
Disney timeshares allow Disney lovers and families the ability to own a piece of their favorite resort with priority access to make reservations.
When you buy a Disney timeshare, you select one of the resorts as your “Home resort,” which is the property where your ownership deed is.
Disney Vacation Club works by offering points-based ownership, meaning owners receive an annual allotment of points that they can spend like vacation currency.
DVC Use Year refers to a month, not a year. Your Use Year (UY) is the month in which you receive your annual allotment of points. There are eight Use Years to consider: February, March, April, June, August, September, October, and December.
Disney timeshare owners can make reservations up to 11 months before check-in at their Home resort.
Every owner that owns points at the BoardWalk resort, for example, will have an expiration date of 1/31/2042.
It’s best to research the DVC point charts that Disney releases every year, showing how much each resort costs in points during every season and unit type.
If you decide that a Disney timeshare is worth it, you can buy DVC points directly from Disney Vacation Club.
With any timeshare ownership, it’s unwise to consider purchasing for any financial benefits. Timeshares do not usually appreciate. Disney Vacation Club has shown promise on the resale market, with some owners even making a profit.