If you value consistency above all else, you're probably going to like the 2025 Disney Vacation Club points charts.
Main lobby of Disney's Wilderness Lodge
Disney Vacation Club has published the new points charts for all 16 properties. For the third straight year, there are virtually no changes to the seasons and point values for each accommodation.
Back in 2021, DVC increased the calendar from 5 seasons to 7 seasons for most resorts. For the next several years, fall dates in October and November steadily increased in price while dates in September, May and early-June and late-August saw their nightly point costs reduced.
For 2025, the point charts for all 16 resorts appear unchanged from 2024 aside from minor calendar adjustments. Some seasons have been adjusted for holidays like Easter and Thanksgiving. Other seasons have shifted by a day or two in response to calendar variations. For example, the lowest season at Aulani ran from January 7 to February 24 in 2024. That same period has been adjusted to January 5 to February 22 in 2025 in anticipation of how crowds will adjust to the slightly modified calendar. January 7, 2024 and January 5, 2025 are both the first Sunday of each year.
Links to all of the 2025 points charts are located below:
- Aulani, Disney Vacation Club Villas, Ko Olina, Hawai'i
- Bay Lake Tower at Disney's Contemporary Resort
- Boulder Ridge Villas at Disney's Wilderness Lodge
- Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney's Wilderness Lodge
- Disney's Animal Kingdom Villas
- Disney's Beach Club Villas
- Disney's BoardWalk Villas
- Disney's Hilton Head Island Resort
- Disney's Old Key West Resort
- Disney's Polynesian Villas & Bungalows
- Disney's Riviera Resort
- Disney's Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa
- Disney's Vero Beach Resort
- The Villas at Disney's Grand Californian Hotel & Spa
- The Villas at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa
- The Villas at Disneyland Hotel
As the timeshare manager, Disney Vacation Club reserves the right to modify the charts to better reflect member reservation patterns. There are limits to how much the cost of a single night can change from year to year, making any significant changes a gradual 2-3 year process. For the time being, it appears DVC has successfully adjusted for the increased popularity of fall dates, while offsetting with some of the fringe dates at the beginning and end of summer season which exhibit decreased demand.