Kids at Riviera; holding hands; brother and sister; mickey balloons; mickey ears
  • On Feb 13, 2024
    Anne from WA Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Is the points that’s showing is per person or for the room?

    Hi there Anne, welcome to planDisney! 

    Thanks for bringing a great question here today, I love chatting about the Disney Vacation Club so let’s get to it!

    One of my favorite things about the Disney Vacation Club Membership is its flexibility when planning the perfect vacation. Members can choose from several Disney Destinations, select the size of accommodations needed for the travel party and then find the time of year when travel is best. When investing in a DVC Membership, Members purchase Vacation Points at a Home Resort. These points can be used at many Disney Destinations other than the Home Resort, but the Home Resort allows for a longer booking window of 11 months versus 7 months from the date of travel at another destination. If you head over to the DVC website, you can view the points calendar for all DVC Resort hotels. These Points listed are for the accommodations per night and not per person - you may have as few guests as you’d like up to the maximum number allowed for the type of Villa you are reserving. So, for example, whether you’re looking for a Deluxe Studio for a party of two or a party of four, the number of Points required for the reservation will be the same. 

    I love being able to personalize my vacation and explore various Disney Vacation Club Resorts. My family often chooses to do a split stay where we stay at more than one resort. This allows us to enjoy the theming at multiple resorts during one trip and we can experience all there is to offer at other locations. 

    Anne, I suggest logging in to your DVC account and exploring the DVC planning tools. You can start by selecting "Book a Vacation" under the "Plan a Vacation" tab. The closer you are to your travel date, the more flexible you might need to be when making a reservation. You can take a look at "Last Minute Getaways": this is where you can see availability at a Disney Vacation Club Resort over the next 60 days. If there is availability, you'll see a table listing the Resort Location, Room Type, and Available Dates. This list is updated weekly. If you find something that matches your dates, you can either book online or phone Member Services. If you are looking to stay at a specific resort, enter the information and dates you are thinking about and do a search. All availability will show up and you can start planning your vacation. 

    I hope this information is useful to you, Anne. If you have any further Disney Vacation Club or vacation planning questions, please visit us again at planDisney!

    Welcome Home,
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Meet the Panelist: Candace, Ontario

Bonjour! I'm Candace, mom to four daughters, wife and Early French Immersion teacher from Ottawa, ON, Canada. We're a family of explorers who are full of curiosity and seek to find the magic in the smallest moments of the day. The Disney Vacation Club allows us to explore many Disney Destinations with the flexibility to choose a Resort that fits our travel party whether traveling with family or friends. I can't wait to help you plan an adventure of your own! Learn More About Candace

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