September 11 is the last day to take advantage of attractive summer 2023 purchase incentives for Disney Vacation Club resorts, and before the base price increases to $230 per point at the Villas at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort.
On September 12, the base price for points at Grand Floridian will rise from the current $217 each to $230. This price increase comes as Disney Vacation Club's supply of points at the Grand Floridian approaches "sold out" levels. Sales reopened back in March 2022 with nearly 1.8 million points added to the condo association via the new Resort Studio rooms located in the Big Pine Key building. At this point, it is believed that DVC only has about 300,000 points remaining, while selling upward of 100,000 per month.
Current promotional incentives are also set to end on September 11. For Grand Floridian, the combination of several incentives takes the net price down to approximately $161 each for current members adding 150 or more points, and $167 each for first time buyers of 150 DVC points.
Offers are also available for Disney's Riviera Resort, Aulani, Disney Vacation Club Villas and The Villas at Disneyland Hotel. A separate incentive program has also been running for Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa.
New incentives are expected to be revealed on September 12. There is no way to predict whether prices will improve or worsen on individual resorts. State right of rescission laws for timeshare purchases give buyers some flexibility to hedge their bets with new incentives on the way. Buyers who give a verbal commitment before September 11 can lock in current offers, while retaining the ability to opt-out and repurchase on September 12 should the new incentives prove to be more advantageous. Contact a Disney Vacation Club sales representative for details.