The Best Economical Disney Vacation Club Resort to Purchase in 20153 Comments
For those DVC members looking to add-on and potential new DVC members looking to join that want to answer the question, which resort should I choose? Let the chart below add some assistance. The chart below will not completely answer which is the right resort for you, but it will answer the question based on just an economic perspective considering years left on the deed, price per point and dues, how do the Disney Vacation Club Resorts compare against each other. For those members and potential new members who just want the lowest cost points that answer in 2014 and again in 2015 is Saratoga Springs. The lowest of costs of all of the Disney Vacation Club Resorts in 2015 is Saratoga Springs at $7.18/pt. The highest is Vero Beach at $10.02/pt. Please keep in mind this chart only considers economic value and not home resort priority value, which can be subjective based on one’s desire to book at their favorite resort of choice.
Moreover, this cost per point can be used to help determine what a member theoretically pays for a Disney Vacation Club Villa. For example, let’s say you purchased a Bay Lake Tower contract and were going to stay at Bay Lake Tower in a standard view studio room during a weekday in October. The amount of points needed for that one night would be 15 and the estimated cost per point per year according to the chart below would be $7.54. So multiply the number of points needed by the cost per point and the result is 15 x $7.54 or $113/night.
|Resort||Average Cost Per Point||Years Left||Cost Per Point Per Year||Dues Per Point||Total Cost Per Point Per Year||Rank 2015||Rank 2014||Rank Change from 2014 to 2015|
|Bay Lake Tower||$112||45||$2.49||$5.05||$7.54||2||2||—|
|Old Key West (Extended)||$78||42||$1.86||$5.84||$7.70||3||3||—|
|Old Key West||$73||27||$2.70||$5.84||$8.54||6||6||—|
|* Dues per point based on 2015 Calender Year|
|* Average cost per point based on average asking price on DVC resale market March ’15|