Disney Vacation Club announced today their 2020 annual dues projections ahead of its annual condominium association meeting on December 12th.

Here is a quick breakdown of the numbers as compared to 2019 annual dues amounts. Clicking on the resort name will also link you to the resorts

Resort2020 Dues2019 Dues% Increase
Animal Kingdom Villas$7.6685$7.43553.13 %
Aulani$8.3312$7.86035.99 %
Aulani (Subsidized)$6.2628$5.9088 5.99 %
Bay Lake Tower$6.5770$6.39942.78 %
Beach Club Villas$7.0634$6.94151.76 %
BoardWalk Villas$7.3650$7.17222.69 %
Boulder Ridge$7.7808$7.32206.27 %
Copper Creek Villas$7.4471$7.42560.29 %
Grand Californian$6.5985$6.26645.30 %
Grand Floridian$6.5616$6.38502.77 %
Hilton Head$9.1010$8.56306.28 %
Old Key West$7.8363$7.22898.40 %
Polynesian$6.7912$6.76250.42 %
Riviera$8.3082$8.3100-0.02 %
Saratoga Springs$6.7650$6.40415.64 %
Vero Beach (Before 1/1/96) $8.0025 $9.4766-15.56 %
Vero Beach (On or After 1/1/96)$10.1257$9.47666.85%

The proposed budgets for each DVC Resort that account for these dues will be voted on and adopted at the upcoming annual meeting. Dues will then need to be paid by members by January 15th, 2020.

Stay tuned to DVC Fan and our DVC Fan Facebook Group for more information as it becomes available and reactions from Pete and the team!

Paul Krieger

Amy and I are new Orlando, Florida residents where we live with our dogs Odie the greyhound and Hermès the Spanish galgo. We are DVC owners at Animal Kingdom Lodge, BoardWalk Villas, Grand Californian, Grand Floridian, and Polynesian, Disney World Annual Passholders, and love educating Disney Vacation Club members on how to both use and maximize the value of their DVC points!

13 thoughts on “2020 Disney Vacation Club Annual Dues

  • Can someone explain “or” for Vero Beach?

    • Hey Cathy – I’ve added a small explanation within the post. More detail is available within the condo notice itself.

  • Looks like Boulder Ridge owners and Saratoga Springs owners got hit with big change this year – also HHI and VB as well. Riviera didn’t change because the announced dues were already announced as 2020 dues, so this was fully expected.

    As an AKV owner it’s nice that for the first time in forever we have not one but TWO resorts with worse dues!

    • Our OKW contract also is getting hit hard.

  • Not understanding Vero Beach? Any clarity out there?

    • Hey Cathy – I’ve added a brief description within the post clarifying Vero’s changes. Hope this helps! 🙂

    • “ Boulder Ridge, where significant hard goods refurbishment projects are underway or have recently completed.”- are you speaking of the improvements associated with the addition of copper creek, or the pending 2021 refurbishment?

      • Pending… May not yet apply to Boulder Ridge, but it is curious that these resorts all accounted for the highest increases this year.

      • I was confused by this increase with BR as well. What is the pending 2021 refurbishment? They were just hard good refurbished a few years ago. To be honest, I am perplexed as to how BR would be hit with a 6% increase with CCV not even a 1%. Yet, we share amenities with the hotel. I know it’s based on occupancy etc. but CCV’s occupancy couldn’t have been THAT bad, it’s brand new. If someone knows more details on this I’d really be interested in them. Thanks

  • Vero Beach has always had subsidized dues for those who bought in prior to 1996. This is not new.

  • Owner of OKW. Why is the increase so much higher than the other resorts? Is it the age?

  • Wondering if The Grand Cal is more than 5% just because it’s in California or for other reasons? Seems they updated the hotel, villas and pools, in the last few years, so what would the large increase be for?

  • It’s great to be a Grand Floridian owner. Cheapest rates in town!

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