Disney Vacation Club Member Services is offering limited services on Saturday, June 23 to accommodate those making reservations for the Member Cruise opportunities in 2019.
Disney Vacation Club has revamped the members-only website with a new look and the ability to modify existing reservations.
Terri A. Schultz has been elevated to the positon of Senior Vice President of Disney Vacation Club, replacing Ken Potrock who held the position since February 2013.
DVC Board members in 2015 including Potrock and Schultz (center)
At 9:00am on Wednesday, July 20 Disney Vacation Club members can book any remaining slots for the Epcot Moonlight Magic events this July and August.
Addressing a lingering issue since the resort's debut, Disney Vacation Club appears to be adding a connecting studio booking option for Disney's Polynesian Villas & Bungalows.
UPDATE 10:10am: One DVC Member Services rep claims the appearance of this Connecting Studio option in the Resort Availability Tool is a system glitch and they do NOT plan to add such an option for members. We have reached out to a DVC representative for comment. Stay tuned.
There has been some frustration over the speed with which certain Moonlight Magic theme park events have filled, often within 1-2 hours of reservations opening. The growth of DVC means there could be more than 30,000 members at WDW on any given night. Theme parks with only 3 or 4 headliner attractions don't have the capacity to accommodate that volume of riders during a 3 hour event. Capping attenance leads to frustration from those who are shut out, but expanding the limit could result in longer wait times than normal operating days.
Should DVC continue to limit attendance for these events or expand, regardless of the overall impact to attendees?
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