DVC Resale Average Sales Prices for November 2019

Aerial View of the Disney's Skyliner Gondolas

This article features the average sales price of contracts categorized by resort and month sold for November 2018 through November 2019 by DVC Resale Market (DVCRM). Our goal for this 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 prices 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 contract, subsidized dues contracts, etc.). For example, contracts that are smaller and have higher point availability tend to sell for more than the average price per point and vice versa.

Riviera Resort Resale Value

In the month of November, DVCRM sold its first Riviera Resort listing. Predicting the potential resale value of Riviera has been challenging, as it has an unprecedented restriction, which limits the use of Riviera points purchased via resale to stays just at Riviera and RCI. When this restriction was announced in January, it was a foregone conclusion this would negatively impact the resale value of Riviera—the only question was, how much?

To begin to understand the magnitude of this impact would be highly dependent on how well the resort was received, especially considering that the restriction limits resale buyers to Riviera as their only DVC option. On the verge of opening, so far that reception has been positive. A great example is DVCRM’s first Riviera resale, selling for $121 per point. It is important to note the contract was 50 points in size, and smaller contracts tend to sell at a higher price per point value. Regardless, at this price it would be on par with the resale value of a few Walt Disney World resorts, which is an accomplishment given its limiting restriction.

While we only have one example, there is reason to be optimistic Riviera could continue to resale at a price competitive with some WDW resorts as it has a long deed, diverse room mix, and thus far, a positive public reception from the limited audience that have seen it to date.

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, November 2018 – November 2019:




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, November 2018 – November 2019:


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 November ’19 Sales Data)
(Disney Vacation Development)
Difference Per Point
(Direct – Resale)
Percentage Savings with Resale
Animal Kingdom $105 $186 $81 44%
Aulani $95 $188 $93 49%
Bay Lake Tower $143 $235 $92 39%
Beach Club $151 $235 $84 36%
Boardwalk $129 $200 $71 36%
Boulder Ridge $103 $186 $83 45%
Copper Creek $148 $220 $72 33%
Grand Californian $182 $280 $98 35%
Grand Floridian $176 $255 $79 31%
Hilton Head $88 $135 $47 35%
Old Key West $100 $165 $65 39%
Polynesian $149 $245 $96 39%
Riviera Resort $121 $188 $67 36%
Saratoga Springs $102 $165 $63 38%
Vero Beach $78 $120 $42 35%

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

Access all DVC resale listings and learn more about buying and selling with DVC Resale Market.


  • Timothy Limner
    December 23, 2019

    Hey Nick, great article per usual! Question – how was the Riviera contract only 50 points? I thought direct contracts had to be a minimum of 75?

    • Nick Cotton
      December 24, 2019

      Timothy, thanks! In the past they have done exceptions for 50 point masters but also keep in mind add-on contracts start a minimum of 25 points, so this could have easily been purchased as an add-on directly from Disney too.

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