Polynesian Villas and Bungalows
  • On Jan 28, 2023
    Lisa from ANTRIM 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 many DVC points can I borrow

    Welcome to planDisney, Lisa, and Welcome Home!

    I am always excited to chat with fellow Disney Vacation Club Members about maximizing their Membership. Flexible vacation options are the key to unlocking all the DVC adventures. We have borrowed Vacation Points on multiple occasions when we needed more rooms or more dates. That's the beauty of being DVC Members; we choose how to schedule our magical memories!

    DVC Members can borrow all of their unused Vacation Points from the next Use Year. Borrowing Vacation Points can only be done at the time of confirming a reservation. You borrow Vacation Points online when reserving your Disney Vacation Club Resort or by calling Member Services. Be aware that borrowing transactions are final; your borrowed Points stay in the current Use Year, even if you need to cancel the reservation. If you find yourself in need of additional Points, you may also purchase 24 additional One-time-use Vacation Points per year. 

    Thank you for visiting planDisney. I would love to help you plan future Disney Vacation Club adventures!

    Enjoy making magical memories!
    Tiffany 

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Meet the Panelist: Tiffany, Georgia

Welcome Home! I'm Tiffany, a Speech Pathologist, wife, and mom to two incredible kids. We are a family of voyagers who share a passion for travel, and Disney Vacation Club was where it all started. Our Membership has inspired us to cross an ocean and even host a family reunion at Walt Disney World Resort. I can't wait to help you plan your next Disney Vacation Club adventure! Learn More About Tiffany

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