Disney Vacation Club Members woke up this morning to an email indicating that one-time-use vacation points will now cost $22 per point. In the email, DVC states:

“We’re reaching out with an important Member update regarding one-time-use (OTU) Vacation Points. Effective, February 16, 2023, the price of (OTU) Vacation Points will increase from $19 per point to $22 per point. This program gives Members the opportunity to purchase up to 24 non-deeded Vacation Points each Use Year they may need to complete a reservation for Disney Vacation Club accommodations in the 7-month booking window or Disney Collection and World Collection reservations.”

One-time-use points are a great way to supplement ones membership if you need a few additional points when booking at the 7-month window. This increase is approximately 14% more than the previous point cost.

Let us know if you have ever purchased one-time-use points in the comments below and what you think of this new pricing!

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!

3 thoughts on “DVC Increases One-Time-Use Point Pricing

  • I’ve purchased on 2 occasions to extend a trip. I did it last year when there was still the 50% borrowing restriction but wanted a 5 night WDW followed by a 4 night Vero to get the rooms I wanted.
    I felt it was worth it and added value to the trip. I’d probably do it again if needed for the extra $3.

  • what else Disney……

  • I have used the OTU points 2 or 3 times and was worth the cost but this is a big increase from when we purchased them at $15 a point!
    If needed I will use but not happy about the increase of $70 for 24 pts.
    That along with the 7 seasons for points it just seems like everything is costing more.

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