Disney 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.
Disney Vacation Club offers its members a wide range of discounts while vacationing at Walt Disney World, the two off-site resorts and even Disneyland. These perks provide lower prices on theme park tickets, dining, select retail locations, recreation (spa visits, golf, tours) and so forth.
Topic: Which DVC discounts do you enjoy and/or use most frequently?
There are many different approaches to buying theme park tickets. The approach used often depends upon frequency of vacations and the amount of time spent in the parks during each trip.
Disney Vacation Club memebers receive an attractive discount on Annual Passes. Discount vendors sell multi-day passes at low prices.
Topic: What type of theme park media best suits your theme park touring habits?
There are many transportation options available to not only reach Walt Disney World (airplane/DME/rental car/town car, train, drive, etc.) and while on property (buses, boats, walking, drive own car, drive rental car, etc.) Each option typically involves some trade-off between convenience and cost.
Topic: What means do you typically use to reach Walt Disney World and how do you get around property during your stay?
Due to declining reservation numbers projected for calendar year 2009, Disney recently announced a slew of promtional offers including a "Buy 4 (nights), get 3 free" package. Of course, this is not the first time that discounts have been offered. Room discounts for Annual Passholders are commonplace, as are things like the "free dining" promotions in the fall.