Happy Walt Disney World Day! Why Is Everyone Fighting?

The Mayors of Orlando and Orange County have declared December 3rd as Walt Disney World Day. How are you celebrating? Well, Disney’s spending the week breaking up fistfights and putting out (possible) fires. Where There’s Smoke… Rock ‘N’ Roller Starring Aerosmith had a rough Wednesday. Cast members and guests noticed that smoke was emanating from […]

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DVC Right of First Refusal Report (ROFR): November ’21

DVC Exercises Right of First Refusal (ROFR) Year-to-date (YTD) through November 2021, Disney has exercised their right of first refusal (ROFR) on 525 Disney Vacation Club (DVC) contracts. DVC Resale Market (DVCRM) has sold 4,182, resulting in an 12.5% buyback rate (Contracts Bought Back in 2021/Contracts Sold in 2021). The 2021 waiver rate is 87.5%. […]

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Another Annual Pass Sells Out. What Is Going On?

We’ve got news on another annual pass selling out and some holiday vacation tidbits you should know. Another Annual Pass Sells Out Walt Disney World fans are still livid over the sellouts of three out of four annual passes at the parks. Currently, the only people who can buy annual passes are Floridians willing to […]

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Destination D23 Disneyland News

Saturday was the big day at Destination D23 2021, as Disney’s Contemporary Resort hosted Connections: A Look at the Future of Disney Parks, Experiences and Products. Josh D’Amaro, the recently installed Chairman of the Parks division, headed the event. Since this D23 wasn’t originally scheduled, nobody was quite sure what to expect. Thankfully, we did […]

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Best Economical DVC Resorts to Purchase: Fall 2021

At DVC Resale Market, we like to keep an economic Disney Vacation Club (DVC) Resort ranking maintained for our clients.  We started this ranking in the Fall of 2014, and this blog represents our 15th in the series: Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Fall 2015, Spring 2016, Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Fall 2017, Spring 2018, Fall 2018, Spring 2019, Fall 2019, Spring 2020, Fall 2020, and Spring […]

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Walt Disney World Suspends Annual Passes

The Walt Disney Company has continued its recent run of puzzling decisions. Yes, your favorite company has suspended annual pass sales at Walt Disney World. I’ll explain what’s happening. Annual Passes on Pause Recently, Disneyland stirred up some fans when it announced that its top level of annual pass, the Dream Key, had sold out […]

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DVC Vacation Updates from Destination D23

Josh D’Amaro and a few of his co-workers took the stage at Destination D23 to tell the world about upcoming Disney projects. Here’s what we just learned on the DVC side. About the Disneyland Tower DVC Resort D’Amaro and his friends provided insights on future projects for one DVC resort and another pseudo-DVC property. For […]

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Five Reasons to Own at the Polynesian

Did you notice our Facebook post on Wednesday? DVC Resale Market received an influx of resales contracts at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort & Spa. You’re probably wondering whether one of these contracts would help you win Christmas. Here are five reasons to own at the Polynesian. The Great Ceremonial House When you enter the lobby […]

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DVC Loses Its Shadow. You Can Help Get It Back.

Would Disney ever fire a dog? The answer may surprise you… Yes, I’m click-baiting today, but it’s because loyal fans of a specific Disney resort are livid…and you can help. In better news, Disney has brought back another character greeting, and two DVC resorts are officially in holiday mode. Disney Fired Shadow. Yes, I’m Serious. […]

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Bob Chapek Discusses Disney Genie+ Sales

The Walt Disney Company held its quarterly and annual earnings reports yesterday. After Disney posted its financials, CEO Bob Chapek and CFO Christine McCarthy answered questions from various financial analysts. Along the way, we learned several newsworthy items about the parks, including the popularity (or lack thereof) of Disney Genie+. Here’s what we found out. […]

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