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!
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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