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DVCNews Debates: BoardWalk Villas

DVCNews DebatesEach Disney Vacation Club resort has its pros and cons.  Many members have had both positive and negative experiences at each resort. 

What advice would you offer to guests staying at Disney's BoardWalk Villas?  Are there good and bad areas of the resort?  Are there specific things guests should be wary of while staying there?


Topic: Share your thoughts regarding Disney's BoardWalk Villas.

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DVCNews Debates: Old Key West

DVCNews DebatesEach Disney Vacation Club resort has its pros and cons.  Many members have had both positive and negative experiences at each resort. 

What advice would you offer to guests staying at Old Key West Resort?  Are there good and bad areas of the resort?  Are there specific things guests should be wary of while staying there?


Topic: Share your thoughts regarding Disney's Old Key West Resort.

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DVCNews Debates: What Will You Celebrate?

DVCNews DebatesNew for 2009 is Disney's "What Will You Celebrate?" promotional campaign.  Guests are encouraged to scheduled trips to help celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, family reunions and other milestones with friends and family.  Those visiting on their birthday can even choose a "gift" from Disney such as free theme park admission, a Birthday FastPass or a merchandise gift card.  


Topic: What will you be celebrating at the Disney Parks in 2009?  If visiting on your birthday, which perk will you select?

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DVCNews Debates: Thanks, DVC!

DVCNews DebatesAs another year comes to a close, reflect back on your Disney Vacation Club experiences throughout 2008.  Is there anything noteworthy which was made possible largely due to your DVC ownership?  (Examples: A large family gathering made possible by DVC villas.  A resort stay that would not have otherwise been in your budget.  Some non-DVC destination booked using points.) 


Topic: What experiences have been made possible in large part due to DVC ownership?

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DVCNews Debates: Waitlist Experiences

DVCNews DebatesDisney Vacation Club Member Services uses a waiting list system to allow members to queue-up for rooms not available at the time of their initial booking.  The desired resort(s) are noted in the computer system and in the event that a room is made available via another member's cancellation, the room is automatically booked for the guest sitting on the waitlist.  


Topic: Have you ever used the DVC Waitlist?  If so, please provide details regarding your experience.

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