Congratulations on your decision to purchase into the Disney Vacation Club! The first step to becoming a DVC member is to submit your offer. There are three financial components to an official offer:

  • per point price
  • closing costs (traditionally, buyers pay closing costs due to sellers paying the sales commission)
  • current year dues (typically, during Right of First Refusal, Disney likes to see buyers contributing towards current year dues when receiving current year points).
DVC Resale Policy - Please read before making an offer
Your Disney Vacation Club points purchased on resale can be used for accommodations at all DVC resorts, as well as for RCI exchanges (World Passport). Members who purchase from anyone other than Disney, on or after March 21, 2011, are not be eligible to use their DVC points to make reservations for the Concierge or Disney Collection options such as Disney Cruise Line, Adventures by Disney, or select Disney resorts. Further, as of April 4, 2016, you will not have access to other DVC incidental benefits (also known as Membership Extras) such as Member discounts on dining, shopping, Member-exclusive events, and certain special Member offers. Effective February 25, 2018, to be eligible for Membership Extras, Members must own and maintain a minimum of 75 Vacation Points purchased directly from Disney Vacation Development, Inc. All Members who are eligible for Membership Extras as of February 24 will not be impacted by the 75-Vacation Point requirement, as long as they continue to meet the previously implemented eligibility requirements. Do not purchase your Ownership Interest in reliance on access to or the ability to transfer these Disney Vacation Club incidental benefits. Incidental benefits may be limited, modified, supplemented, or terminated at any time. CHANGES TO DVC RESALE POLICY: WHAT DOES IT MEAN?