• On Jan 11, 2021
    Beverly from OH Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    How much does it cost to become a Disney Vacation Club member?

    Welcome to planDisney, Beverly! My Disney Vacation Club Membership has brought me so much joy and really opened a whole new world of vacation opportunities for my family, so it would be my pleasure to share my knowledge and experience. I have been a Disney Vacation Club Member since 2012 and have used my Vacation Points for stays in the incredible Disney Vacation Club Villas in Walt Disney World, to book cruises on Disney Cruise Line and for an incredibly magical stay in Disneyland Paris. There are truly so many incredible benefits to a Disney Vacation Club Membership that go even beyond the use of Vacation Points, from complimentary member events to member exclusives. As a Disney Vacation Club Member, you will find yourself feeling like Disney royalty!

    Let’s get you started on your adventure into a Disney Vacation Club Membership by learning about how it works. Becoming a Disney Vacation Club Member begins by purchasing a real estate interest in a Disney Vacation Club Resort that is represented by Vacation Points. Each Disney Vacation Club Resort has a price per Vacation Point, and you can choose the amount of Vacation Points you would like to purchase based on your vacation preferences. The total cost of a Disney Vacation Club Membership is the cost per point multiplied by the amount of points you decide to purchase, plus the closing costs which vary based on the Home Resort chosen and the amount of Vacation Points Purchased, plus Annual Dues. You can find pricing by available Home Resorts as well as a calculator that will help you determine the amount of Vacation Points that are right for you, all on the Disney Vacation Club website

    Once you have purchased your Disney Vacation Club Membership you will then receive your yearly allotment of Vacation Points to use each year. You also have the option to bank or borrow Vacation Points. For instance, I receive 120 Vacation Points each year, but some years I choose to bank my points into the next year as well as borrow from the following year, giving me a total of 360 Vacation Points to use so that I can book a larger accommodation or a longer stay. 

    There is so much flexibility in a Disney Vacation Club Membership that you can use your Vacation Points in a way that best suits you, whether it be for Disney Vacation Club Resort stays, cruises on Disney Cruise Line, Disney Destinations or a stay in one of the many RCI locations that are found all over the world. 

    You can get more information by requesting a free DVD to be sent to you or by watching a video online, or you can call (800) 500-3990 for a personalized quote. If you have any more questions, please stop back by planDisney any time!

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Meet the Panelist: Angie, Florida

Hi! I'm Angie, an Air Force wife from The Sunshine State! I am so happy to share my love and passion for travel, Disney vacation planning, and the magic of a Disney Vacation Club Membership. My family and I have been enjoying our Vacation Club Membership since 2012 and have discovered a whole new world by taking incredible Walt Disney World vacations, cruises on Disney Cruise Line, and have even made a trip to Disneyland Paris. I would love to help you experience the most magical vacation possible!  Learn More About Angie

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