DVC Memberships come in all shapes and sizes. Understanding the features of a contract will help you pick one that fits your plans and budget just right.
DVC contracts can vary by:
- Home resort
- Point size
- Point availability
- Use Year
These factors can determine price too. The resort you purchase into provides you with home resort priority, meaning an 11-month booking window versus a 7-month booking window at other DVC Resorts.
The point size is the amount of points you will receive each year until the deed expires. You may want to refer to a DVC point chart in determining the right point amount or consult with a team member from the DVC Resale Market.
Your DVC annual dues per point are based on the resort you purchase into, so the resort you pick and amount of points at that resort determines your total annual amount of dues. Point availability refers to the amount of points currently on the contract (i.e., points banked, current and borrowed).
Use Year is simply the date you will receive your Disney Vacation Points each year. There are 8 different Use Years, and they are February, March, April, June, August, September, October and December.