2017 Annual Dues Balances Posted

With the 2017 annual dues now approved by the Disney Vacation Club board of directors, owners can now see how much they will have to pay in the new year. 

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DVCMember.com has been updated to reflect the Annual Dues for the new calendar year.  To view, log onto the members-only website and click on "My DVC Membership" then "Annual Dues."  

For members who have elected to pay the annual balance in full, payment is due by January 15, 2017 with a 30 day grace period provided.  If payment is not made by the end of the grace period, late fees will apply and DVC may place a hold on the owner's account.  

Owners who have elected to make monthly payments should find that their debit amounts are updated.  Note that there is often a delay in processing the first payment of the new year.  Owners who are accustomed to seeing the payments applied on the 1st of each month may find that their January debit is not processed until later in the month.  

Generally speaking, the monthly debit amount should represent approximately 1/12 of the full 2017 dues obligation.  However, if property taxes were under-estimated for 2016, any required adjustment to close out the prior year is typically included in the January payment.  

For additional details, visit the DVCMember.com website or contact Disney Vacation Club Member Accounting for assistance. 

Thanks to 'wdrl' for the tip!

Reader Comments
Re: 2017 Annual Dues Balances Posted -- KNWVIKING 2.0
2016 Dec 19 02:50:45 PM
Don't even want to look. Figure I'll find out in January when I see what's missing from my checking account.
Re: 2017 Annual Dues Balances Posted -- denlo
2016 Dec 19 04:20:13 PM
BTW, when you get to the annual dues page, you need to select 2017 as the year to find out the current amount due.

I thought the amounts were fairly close to the estimated figures.
Re: 2017 Annual Dues Balances Posted -- drcoulsey
2016 Dec 19 07:23:37 PM
KNWVIKING 2.0 wrote:
Don't even want to look. Figure I'll find out in January when I see what's missing from my checking account.
I'm with you, Ken. I can wait to January to look. I want to enjoy Christmas and my family WDW trip next week.

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