Proposed 2024 Disney Vacation Club Annual Dues

Below is a table showing the proposed 2024 Disney Vacation Club Annual Dues for all resorts. These proposed Annual Dues will be voted on and approved at the 2023 Disney Vacation Club Annual Condominium Association Meeting on December 7th.

Resort 2024 Proposed Dues Per Point 2023 Dues Per Point Growth % 2023 to 2024
Animal Kingdom Villas $9.0820 $8.8099 3.09%
Aulani $9.7620 $9.1424 6.78%
Aulani (Subsidized) $7.3385 $6.8727 6.78%
Bay Lake Tower $7.5902 $7.4255 2.22%
Beach Club Villas $8.6256 $8.1655 5.63%
BoardWalk Villas $8.6711 $8.5309 1.64%
Boulder Ridge $8.6790 $8.5110 1.97%
Copper Creek Villas $8.0938 $7.9203 2.19%
Disneyland Hotel $9.5307  $9.0600 5.20%
Grand Californian $8.5544 $8.0409 6.39%
Grand Floridian $7.5740 $7.3332 3.28%
Hilton Head $11.3140 $10.7305 5.44%
Old Key West $9.8666 $9.3570 5.45%
Polynesian $8.2301 $7.9475 3.56%
Riviera $$8.8508 $8.5049 4.07%
Saratoga Springs $8.1388 $7.8622 3.52%
Vero Beach (Before 1/1/96) $10.8906 $10.1298 7.51%
Vero Beach (On or After 1/1/96) $13.8628 $12.8503 7.88%

What are Disney Vacation Club Annual Dues?

Disney Vacation Club (DVC) Annual Dues help to cover the costs of operating the resort, including things like utilities, housekeeping, and maintenance. In addition, Annual Dues also account for property taxes, as well as future capital improvement funds at the resort.

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What are the changes for the 2024 Annual Dues?

The proposed 2024 Disney Vacation Club Annual Dues increases represent an approximate 5% growth in dues year over year when averaged among all 16 DVC resorts.

The highest proposed percentage increases were Vero Beach Resort (both contracts purchased before and after 1/1/96) with a 7.51% and 7.88% increase, respectively, Aulani with a 6.78% increase (unsubsidized), and Grand Californian with a 6.39% increase. The lowest increases were seen at BoardWalk at 1.64%, Boulder Ridge at 1.97%, Copper Creek at 2.19%, and Bay Lake Tower at 2.22%.

For those worried Grand Floridan becoming a sold-out resort again would increase the dues significantly after the addition of Big Pine Key, they can rest easy knowing they only saw a 3.28% increase.

Judging by Grand Californian increase being in the high range two years in a row (7.46% last year and 6.39% this year), we are hoping there is a refurbishment on the horizon as more money is applied to the resort’s reserves.

Overall, the 2024 Disney Vacation Club Annual Dues represent a modest year-over-year increase with little significantly surprising numbers.

Often, when New Members are joining, they are weighing the costs of DVC against the alternative of continuing to book cash Disney vacations. It is only reasonable that the same factors influencing a dues increase will also be influencing the cash room rates as well. Keep in mind dues are simply based on the costs to maintain your DVC property, and those same costs impact the hotels as well.


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