What Is A Disney Timeshare And Is It Worth Buying?


The Disney timeshare brand revolutionized vacation ownership as we know it today, offering flexible points-based ownership, special perks  and discounts.

The first Disney Vacation Club property opened its doors in 1991 and has since massively grown with fifteen resorts across the United States.

To become a member of the Disney Vacation Club, you can purchase DVC points while on a timeshare presentation or the DVC resale market.

Your home resort is the property you have priority booking access to, so choosing the one you plan to travel to the most is essential.

One of the benefits of DVC is the ability to also bank points that you don’t use for the year into next year’s allotment or borrow points from next  year instead.

Disney timeshare owners can make reservations up to 11 months before check-in at their Home resort. That’s why taking the time to choose your Home resort is  so important!

Disney lovers, families, and frequent travelers consider Disney Vacation Club worth it because they use it every year and reap considerable benefits.