For many Disney World visitors, Disney Vacation Club (DVC) has been a great option for those who make the Disney Parks (or cruises) their destination of choice year after year.
DVC allows members to purchase an allotted number of points to use toward booking their vacations at their “Home Resort,” a resort of choice from the list of hotels with DVC-specific rooms and villas. You can use the points from each year to book your stay, and you can even put unused points from the previous year toward a vacation the next year. You can also exchange your points for stays at other Disney resorts, and even use them to book Disney Cruises. Basically, it’s Disney’s timeshare system. If your points and membership go unused, you’ll have the option to sell them. Recently, quite a few of our readers have sold their DVC points and/or membership, and we asked them to share with us why they made that decision. Let’s talk about it!