DVC Resale Average Sales Prices for June 2020

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This article features the average sales price of contracts categorized by resort and month sold from June 2019 through June 2020 by DVC Resale Market (DVCRM). Our goal for this article is to provide great directional information for anyone considering a Disney Vacation Club (DVC) resale purchase or just wanting to satisfy a general curiosity of prices and trends.

Keep in mind that the price of a resort can still easily vary based on the size of the contract in points, the current point availability of the contract (i.e., points current, banked and borrowed) as well as other various factors (i.e., extended Old Key West contracts, subsidized dues contracts, etc.). For example, contracts that are smaller and have higher points availabilities tend to sell for more than the average price per point and vice versa.

Disney Vacation Club Value Shows Tremendous Resiliency

If 2020 has taught us anything about DVC, it’s that it is extremely resilient. Despite not having any US-based theme park open for nearly 4 months due to a worldwide pandemic, the resale value of DVC on average didn’t drop more than 5%. While we are not out of the woods yet, the 1st half of the year certainly packed a massive punch of bad news, and despite all of it, the resale world of DVC is thriving.

Overall, the resale market experienced slight appreciation in June with more resorts experiencing an increase in average selling price than a decrease. This is not entirely surprising given the last 2 months have been the most successful May/June in DVCRM’s history with more than 600 contracts sold.

When the pandemic first reached the United States (US), I had faith Disney and DVC would pull through, as I’ve seen it survive and come out stronger from other major world crises, most recently the 2008 financial crisis. However, given the magnitude of the COVID-19 pandemic, I have been surprised at just how well DVC has thrived in the resale market. Perhaps, it has been optimism that things will get better in the not-too-distant future–maybe direct sales being temporarily suspended has contributed to a surge in resale business. Or perhaps, it is the effect from life events shaping us to more realize the importance of quality time with family and friends, and of course, Disney provides one of the safest and happiest places on Earth for such opportunities.

DVC Resale Price Changes for Walt Disney World (WDW) Resorts

Below is a chart and graph detailing the average prices per point for each WDW DVC Resort, June 2019–June 2020:

Average prices per point for each WDW DVC Resort, June 2019–June 2020

Average Resale Prices by WDW DVC Resort June '19 to June '20


DVC Resale Price Changes for Non-Resorts

Below is a chart and graph detailing the average prices per point for each Non-WDW DVC Resort, June 2019–June 2020:

Non-WDW DVC Resort, June 2019–June 2020

Average Resale Price by Non-WDW DVC Resort June '19 to June '20


DVC Resale Prices Compared to Direct DVC Prices

Below is a chart comparing the DVC Resale Market prices to Direct Resale prices:

Resort Resale
(Based on June ’20 Sales Data)
(Disney Vacation Development)
Difference Per Point
(Direct – Resale)
Percentage Savings with Resale
Animal Kingdom $111 $186 $75 40%
Aulani $88 $193 $105 54%
Bay Lake Tower $141 $235 $94 40%
Beach Club $144 $235 $91 39%
Boardwalk $117 $200 $83 42%
Boulder Ridge $101 $186 $89 46%
Copper Creek $147 $220 $73 33%
Grand Californian $208 $280 $72 26%
Grand Floridian $157 $255 $98 38%
Hilton Head $72 $135 $63 47%
Old Key West $96 $165 $69 42%
Polynesian $145 $245 $100 41%
Riviera Resort** $133 $195 $62 32%
Saratoga Springs $101 $165 $64 39%
Vero Beach $64 $120 $56 47%

*Direct price does not reflect any promotional discounts DVC may be offering. Click here to view resale restrictions.

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