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  • On Nov 11, 2021
    Hollie from AZ Asked

    Can I purchase one-time use points even if I have enough standard points to cover my reservation? My thought is that I'd like to bank as many points for the following year as possible.

    Welcome to planDisney, Hollie! I am so glad that you decided to stop by with your question about purchasing one-time-use Vacation Points for a Disney Vacation Club Resort stay. This is such a great question, and I did a little research to confirm the answer.

    I have purchased one-time-use Vacation Points on a few occasions where I did not want to borrow from my next Use Year but needed a few extra Vacation Points to book my dream vacation. You have the option to purchase up to 24 additional Vacation Points for one-time-use each Use Year. The purchase needs to occur when you make your reservation. You can purchase these one-time-use Vacation Points any time, even if you still have Vacation Points available in your current Use Year.

    I am so happy to share this great news with you so that you can bank as many Vacation Points as possible into your next Use Year! I hope this means you are planning for a dream vacation next year. If we can help answer any more of your vacation questions, please stop back by 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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