Save THOUSANDS on a Disney Vacation Club Membership With a NEW Deal

If you’ve been thinking about joining the Disney Vacation Club, NOW might be the time!

Disney Vacation Club

The Disney Vacation Club (or DVC) is Disney’s version of a timeshare or vacation ownership program. It works on a points system, and the points are then used to book stays when members want. DVC members also get access to exclusive merch and other perks! Joining the club can be pricey, but lately, Disney has been offering special deals that could save you some serious cash. And now another deal is available!

Right now, you can save up to $3,200 or MORE on a DVC membership with Disney’s “Fantastic Fall Offer.” For a limited time, you can save thousands if you become a DVC member at certain specified resorts.

The more points you buy, the greater savings you’ll get. But you’ll need to act fast. This deal only lasts through November 16th, 2022.


Here’s a look at how much you could save if you purchase points at Disney’s Riviera Resort.


And here are the savings for Aulani — Disney Vacation Club Villas in Hawai’i


…and The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa.



Here are some key things you need to know:

  • There might be different savings available for other point purchases
  • The offer does require you to go through a resort sales tour, but that can be done over the phone, online, or in person
  • These savings are for a credit on the purchase price, but it doesn’t represent any part of the minimum down payment that is required
  • This deal is only available until November 16th, 2022
  • Already a DVC Member? Log into your account to see what special add-on offers might be available
Grand Floridian Resort Room

If you’ve been thinking about joining DVC, now could be a good time to do so thanks to these savings.

For more news about the Disney Vacation Club, click here to see the change made to the point borrowing policy, and click here to learn about the exclusive 2023 DVC member cruise.

Stay tuned for more news.

Are you thinking about becoming a DVC Member? Tell us in the comments.

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2 Replies to “Save THOUSANDS on a Disney Vacation Club Membership With a NEW Deal”

  1. Rob is right on. I am not saying not to buy BUT be aware that some “perks” arent what they used to be, or in the case of ability to purchase annual passes as a DVC owner NON EXISTENT. One of the reasons to buy DVC in 2006, when I first purchased was I could get annual passes, especially as I live in Texas. To be 100% the biggest reason was my oldest daughter was a cast member in the college program and Mickey gave us a discount, so much so I paid around $61 a point when “rack rate” was $106. Even that wasnt enough, really, the AP purchase availability was the key. Why, if you dont live where you can get to WDW for weekend trips or 3 day holidays to enjoy the parks would you purchase DVC? Use it to go to Universal?

  2. DON’T DO IT. I’m saying this as a DVC member for the record. I’ve been going to WDW for 25 years now, and a member for about ten years, GF Villas, and the last few years (Covid, Bob Cheapskate, etc…) have shown us that Disney is holding ALL the cards. So long as they offer you a hotel room to rent, they can do whatever they want with the hotels, parks, perks, etc…Everything that made it worthwhile to become a member has been taken away (magical express, comp fast passes, tables in wonderland, REAL Annual passes), not to mention the ridiculous changes made to the Grand Floridian: No more Jazz band, no 1900 park fair, No more Mizner’s (still waiting to hear what the theme of “Beauty and The Beast” has to do with “old Florida,”…crickets). Not to mention the overt price gouging taking over the last few years. Basically, they can do almost anything they want and you have no recourse. If you’re even remotely considering becoming a member, rent points, or go every few years and enjoy it, but invest in something else. The return certainly is not there as it used to be.