Disney Vacation Club members wishing to try out the newest resort might find their chances have recently improved.
Disney Vacation Club just had its best January sales month in at least eight years.
The Minnie Van transportation option has apparently been a resounding success at Walt Disney World.
Effective Sunday, February 11, 2018, both Disneyland and Walt Disney World raised prices on most single and multi-day theme park passes.
In 2016, Disney Vacation Club decreed that future members must own some number of direact-purchase points in order to benefit from a wide slate of member perks. Now comes word that DVC will soon implement a minimum threshold of 75 direct points for those same perks. Among the perks subject to this restriction are annual pass and other ticket discounts, admission to the free Moonlight Madness events, 20% savings on Disney merchandise, dozens of restaurant discounts and more.
Topic: Is it fair for DVC to add these restrictions, excluding owners with only cheaper resale points?
Disney Vacation Club will soon require minimum ownership of 75 points purchased direct in order to qualify for Membership Extras.
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