Disney Vacation Club expects to run out of its supply of points for Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney's Wilderness Lodge by no later than June 1, and has already revealed how much the cost will increase after that date.
On June 1, 2019 "or before", Disney Vacation Club plans to raise the price of Copper Creek points from the current base of $188 to $210 per point. Additionally, expect all promotional incentives to cease in conjunction with the price increase. The current promo saves buyers about $7-9 per point off the $188 price when buying 175 vacation points.
As a points-based timeshare, there are limits to the amount of ownership Disney is permitted to sell at Copper Creek. DVC claims the resort is currently 85% sold.
Copper Creek sales began 24 months ago in March 2017.
Even after the resort is labeled "sold out", Disney Vacation Club will occasionally reacquire points via foreclosures and by exercising it's Right of First Refusal on resale transfers. Those recaptured points will be available at the $210 price, a rate which is bound to increase over time. The most expensive resort is currently Villas at Disney's Grand Californian Hotel which sells for a lofty $260 per point.
Copper Creek will briefly compete for sales with Disney's Riviera Resort, the fifteenth timeshare destination. Most of the Riviera legal filings are in place and sales could begin at any time.