DVC Math 101 Does Buying 2042 DVC Contracts Still Make Sense?

When the Disney Vacation Club program debuted in 1991, people circled a date on their calendars. It wasn’t for another 51 years, though. On January 31st, 2042, some DVC resort ownership interests will expire. That’s less than 20 years from now, which may cause you to wonder. Does buying a DVC contract with a 2042 […]

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Boardwalk Deli Brings New, Affordable Dining Options

Disney Vacation Club fans are smiling this week, as Disney’s BoardWalk just added a new, affordable restaurant. Let’s talk about BoardWalk Deli, the marvelous replacement for BoardWalk Bakery. BoardWalk Deli’s Grand Opening For many longtime Disney guests, the vivid red sign at BoardWalk Bakery embodied the entire entertainment district. When guests saw this sign, they […]

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The DVC Show Recap This or That August Edition

The latest episode of The DVC Show has gone live. You’ll find it on your favorite podcast app, or you can subscribe via YouTube. Here’s the video of this week’s show: Once a month, the staff engages in a friendly debate regarding personal favorites at the parks and resorts. It’s a discussion called THIS or […]

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Have You Seen the New Avengers Roller Coaster?

We have a new Avengers attraction open to the public, but you’ll need a passport to ride it. Also, the CDC has declared the pandemic over, at least as far as cruise ships are concerned. And Car Locator is now live at Walt Disney World. Here are a few Disney/DVC updates you’ll like. Avengers Campus […]

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Two Disneyland Shows Are Ending Soon

Disney theme parks are finalizing plans for the next few months…and few years. Park officials just announced the end date for two Disneyland shows, while Orlando demolition crews took out a beloved structure and a restaurant. Let’s talk about changes coming to the Happiest and Most Magical Places on Earth! They Won’t Even Last through […]

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DVC Resorts with the Best Logistics

Let’s admit the truth. Nobody likes riding the buses at Disney theme parks. They’re mercurial at best and infuriating at worst. You simply cannot count on the buses in a do-or-die situation. Of course, that’s a problem now that you’re paying for Disney Genie+ and Lightning Lane reservations. So, you should start getting ahead of […]

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People Really Want That Figment Popcorn Bucket

After only a few days, the 2022 International Festival of the Arts already qualifies as the most headline-generating event to date. EPCOT hosted this event for the first time in 2017. Somehow, the sixth iteration of this festival has gained more attention than any previous one. What’s the big deal this time? I cannot believe […]

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DVC Direct Ownership Prices Going Up. Again.

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. The Disney Vacation Club is raising the price of direct purchase for several sold-out DVC resorts. Yup, it’s true. Here’s what you need to know. Four More Price Increases Starting on January 20th – yes, next week – four DVC properties will go up in cost again. […]

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DVC 2022 Annual Dues and Membership Card Changes

DVC just provided details about expected annual dues for 2022. Also, the company just changed its policy on membership cards. I’ll explain what you need to know in today’s DVC update. DVC Suggested Annual Dues for 2022 I recently discussed that DVC would finalize annual dues during the 2021 Condo Association Meeting next month. However, […]

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The EPCOT Monorail Has Reopened and Other WDW Park News

The Walt Disney World monorail is running at full strength again. Also, some attractions will have quick refurbs this week, and fireworks times are changing. So we’ve got several important park updates to cover today. The EPCOT Monorail System Is Back Last year, EPCOT reopened on July 15th, only without one of its most essential […]

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