3 thoughts on “DVC Show: NEW DVC Releases 2022 Point Charts!

  • December 8, 2020 at 10:50 am

    Paul, regarding your comment on not having data this year. I think that 2022 numbers were already decided when 2021 were released. If I remember correctly, there is a max percentage that DVD can change the points. The last time points charts were changed, it was also done over 2 years.

    Also, do you have have any data on how many rooms are in a resort? I’m interested in BLT. How many Studios (Standard, Lake, Theme Park), 1 Bedrooms, 2 Bedrooms, Grand Villas (same view breakdowns).

    Thanks in advance,

    • December 8, 2020 at 2:40 pm

      Hey John! Points charts change yearly, but I agree with what you said. It appears the larger fluctuations that occurred this year were a result of a multi-year plan they have in place to redistribute between travel seasons/periods. It will be interesting next year to see if that adjustment is complete or if they continue further. Regarding rooms in a resort… Head over to DVC Store’s website where they have descriptions for each resort and details on the number of villas, etc. https://www.dvcstore.com/bay-lake-tower/point-charts.htm

  • December 8, 2020 at 3:44 pm

    Hi Paul,
    Thanks for the link. Agree they change yearly, but in the past the majority of changes were in the dates around the holidays. The 2011/12 points chart was all on one file. They only changed the dates.

    They have the number of each unit but not the unit/view count. I was trying to get a total count of the points at BLT. From my spreadsheet, it takes 213,424 points to rent a room size/view for the entire year. Just trying to see how much it varies. My calculations do not take into account moving a room from standard to lake view or standard to theme park view or the other way around. This was done in the early years of BLT a bit.

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