2022 Disney Vacation Club Annual Dues

Disney Vacation Club has announced its 2022 Annual Dues projections ahead of its annual condominium association meeting scheduled for Thursday – December 9th.

Here is a quick breakdown of the numbers as compared to 2021 annual dues amounts. Clicking on the resort name will also link you to the resorts Condominium Association Notice:

Resort2022 Dues2021 Dues% Increase
Animal Kingdom Villas$8.2365$8.0728 2.03%
Aulani$8.6739$8.3539 3.83%
Aulani (Subsidized)$6.5205$6.27993.83%
Bay Lake Tower$7.0826$6.8998 2.65%
Beach Club Villas$7.5362$7.4373 1.33%
BoardWalk Villas$8.0802$7.8126 3.43%
Boulder Ridge$8.1469$8.10620.50%
Copper Creek Villas$7.6020$7.5903 0.15%
Grand Californian$7.4824$6.9927 7.00%
Grand Floridian$7.0077$6.8118 2.88%
Hilton Head$10.0707$9.9730 0.98%
Old Key West$8.8063$8.3578 5.37%
Polynesian$7.3859$7.0542 4.70%
Riviera$8.3840$8.3833 0.01%
Saratoga Springs$7.3287$7.1110 3.06%
Vero Beach (Before 1/1/96) $9.4100$8.8560 6.26%
Vero Beach (On or After 1/1/96)$11.9405$11.2307 6.32%

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, 2022. As previously announced last year, members now have the option to set up yearly automatic annual dues payments via credit card.

Join us this year as we attend the Disney Vacation Club Condo Association and share LIVE updates from the event.


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!

6 thoughts on “2022 Disney Vacation Club Annual Dues

  • November 8, 2021 at 1:44 pm
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    Any chance you can post what the dues were in 2020 ?

  • November 8, 2021 at 2:55 pm
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    Thanks Paul.It’s what I thought. Since 2019, my dues at Key West have gone up 21% including the 2022 increases. I don’t mind paying more as time goes on, but I don’t lie being ripped off by Disney this way !!!

  • November 8, 2021 at 4:24 pm
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    How did they handle dues for resorts that were closed for a large part of 2021? It doesn’t seem fair if they reduced dues for those associations because of lower costs, when owners could use their points at other resorts, potentially significantly increasing costs at those resorts.

  • November 9, 2021 at 8:39 am
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    May be it’s time to sell all things Di$ney before the economy crashes or they price themselves out of business.

    • November 19, 2021 at 2:59 pm
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      This is why we no longer have add-on-itis

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