Sell Disney Vacation Club (DVC) Points

Ready to sell your Disney Vacation Club (DVC) points? Perhaps your kids have grown up or something has changed in your life that prevents you from vacationing as often. It’s ok! You’re not alone. We have several customers advertising their DVC points for sale on our platform of websites. We’ve been helping to connect timeshare owners with buyers and renters since 2000.

It works like this. First, you’ll start by choosing an advertising plan that works best for your goals. If you’re not interested in renting out your timeshare, the Silver or Platinum plans will be your best bet. Once you’ve chosen a plan you’ll need to enter in all of the relevant details about your ownership such as the original resort you purchased at and the number of points you own. Lastly, just enter your billing information and you’re done! Your ad will be published instantly on our platform of websites.

When you advertise with you don’t need to worry about promoting your ad. That’s our job. Our marketing techniques bring one million visitors per year to our platform of websites! All you need to do is promptly respond to any inquiries sent to your email address from interested parties. Make sure to add “” to your email safe sender list.

Why Choose

Aside from our website traffic, here are a few more reasons to choose to sell your DVC points:

  • There is no commission collected on the sale of your timeshare. We effectively cut out the middle man to get you more money by allowing you to negotiate directly with potential buyers.
  • We’ve received nearly $90 million in buyer and rental offers in the past 2 years.
  • There are no additional hidden fees or costs.
  • Your first 30 days of advertising are free.

Highest DVC Offers Received

Offers made on DVC timeshares are generally on the higher end when compared to other timeshares. DVC is a good product with a lot to offer and many want to be a part of it.

Listed below are some of the highest offers owners on our platform of websites have ever received. Although DVC is a points-based system, all timeshares are deeded to one particular resort so we’ve included the resort alongside the offer for reference.

Some of the highest rental offers our owners have received include:

Head over to our free market analysis tool to get an idea of your timeshare’s worth in today’s market.

Disney Timeshare FAQ for Sellers

Can I Sell my Banked or Borrowed Vacation Club Points?

No. Banked or borrowed DVC points will not transfer to a new owner when you sell a DVC timeshare, so please do not include these in your ad. You can, however, rent out your points by advertising on, making a reservation at a Disney resort and having someone pay you to use it.

How Much are my Disney Vacation Club Points Worth?

DVC points hold their value relatively well, but you shouldn’t expect to sell them for more than you paid if you purchased through Disney. Buying a timeshare directly from the developer is like buying a new car. The moment you buy one its value is reduced by about 50% due to sales and marketing costs that are built into the resort sales price.

The best way to see how much your DVC points are worth is by using our free market analysis tool. This tool provides you with the average price of all DVC timeshares being advertised on our network of websites at the resort you own. This is a very good representation of your timeshare’s worth.

Can I Cancel My Subscription with After My Timeshare Has Sold?

Absolutely. Unlike other timeshare advertising companies that require payment for a full year, allows you to cancel at any time.

Disney Timeshare FAQ for Buyers

If you’re attempting to sell your Disney timeshare, it’s a good idea to know some of the most common questions potential buyers typically ask. Showing potential buyers that you’re knowledgeable about the product builds confidence with them and increases the chances that you’ll be able to sell your DVC points.

Will my family be treated the same if I buy resale?

Absolutely. The reality is that staff at the resorts won’t even know the timeshare was bought resale. There is nothing to worry about. Some perks won’t be available with resale purchases, but these rarely outweigh the savings buyers gain when buying on the resale market. Some perks lost when buying resale include:

  • Points can’t be used for a Disney cruise or Adventures by Disney vacation plan
  • Ability to book stays at Disney's non-timeshare hotels or for Disney cruises

Most DVC members agree that these perks aren’t a good use of DVC points anyway. Additionally, membership in a timeshare exchange program such as RCI, Interval International and DAE will allow resale owners to exchange their points toward cruise and vacation planning options if they choose.

Are DVC resale points legitimate?

Of course. It is illegal for Disney not to accept DVC points bought on the resale market.

Do my Disney Vacation Club Points Expire?

Yes, like most timeshare brands, DVC points expire each year. Points can be banked to be used the following year, but if they are not used after being banked they will be lost.

When my Kids Grow Up Will I Still Want my Disney Timeshare?

This really depends on the buyer’s personal preferences. Many Disney timeshare owners enjoy Disney so much that they’re happy to go without their children. It’s kind of like going to the movies without your kids. Instead of seeing the newest animated cartoon you can see whatever you want!

How many DVC points do I need?

This is one of the most common questions buyers will ask. Some things to consider when deciding how many points you should purchase include:

  • How often do you plan to visit?
  • At what time of the year do you plan on visiting?
  • Do you mind vacationing in the middle of the week rather than on the weekend?
  • How many rooms will you need?
  • Is there a particular DVC resort you must stay at?

Busy seasons such as Easter week or the week between Christmas and New Year’s will require more points. Newer resorts, weekend visits and additional bedrooms and bathrooms will require more points as well. Slower seasons in mid-fall, early December and some weeks in February will not need as many points. Older resorts like Disney’s Old Key West resort require fewer points as well.

As a general rule of thumb, it’s always better to buy fewer points than you may need and add on later. Even with a strong DVC resale market, it’s easier to buy points than to sell them and the more points that you own, the higher your maintenance fees will be. If you purchase resale DVC points you may buy as many or as few points as you need. If buying directly from Disney you will need to purchase at least 150 points. This flexibility makes it very easy for you to buy a few extra points down the road if you need them.

An example might help. A family of four who’d like to have a one bedroom one-bathroom week in the high season will likely want to purchase at least 200 points. This could buy them a week at Disney’s Boardwalk Villas or Polynesian Villas & Bungalows in February, May or August.

Disney Timeshare Facts & Updates

Many buyers want the transaction to go smoothly and quickly so the timeshare may be used towards an upcoming Disney vacation. For this reason, it is crucial that you know all of the facts and recent updates about DVC so the sale can go off without a hitch. We recommend memorizing the below bullet points:

  • Resale DVC points can be much cheaper than the points sold by Disney. This discount will depend on the location of the resort and when it was built.  Newer locations such as Disney’s Bay Lake Tower are only about 30% cheaper than the points sold by Disney, but other locations such as Disney’s Vero Beach Resort are up to 70% cheaper.
  • DVC members receive various discounts on a variety of things including:
    • spa treatments
    • dining
    • laundry
    • golf
    • storage lockers
    • children’s activities
    • shopping
    • annual park passes
    • and more
  • There are special member areas spread out throughout the park that provide free drinks, Wi-Fi and more.
  • Resale DVC timeshare owners may exchange their timeshare in the World Passport Collection of more than 500 resorts worldwide. These 500 resorts are part of reputable partner brands such as Club Intrawest, Club Cordial and RCI.
  • Resale DVC timeshare owners may stay at all 13 DVC resort properties.
  • DVC members can begin booking 11 months before their preferred vacation dates at their home resorts. This helps ensure that owners at their home resorts are able to book the vacation dates they really want before other guests have the option to fill the rooms. A home resort is the resort that the DVC points were originally purchased at.
    • DVC members can begin booking 7 months before their preferred vacation dates at any of the other DVC resorts.

Top Disney Resorts

When negotiating with potential buyers you may want to describe a few of Disney’s top resorts to showcase your DVC timeshare’s value. The most popular DVC resorts include:

BoardWalk Villas

Located within walking distance of Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios, this resort is a favorite amongst DVC members. There are 383 total suites ranging from studios to large 2,142 square foot grand villas. All suites have full kitchens and free in-room Wi-Fi and most of the larger suites have washer-dryers. Guests love the 1940s Atlantic City atmosphere engrained with this resort.

Villas at Wilderness Lodge

This rustic resort offers a woodland experience so unique that it’s hard to imagine you’re in Central Florida. Parents love the supervised children’s activity center where kids can play so parents can take a break and spend some quality time together. Guests also love the expansive pool with waterslide and the short boat ride to Magic Kingdom.

Beach Club Villa

This resort offers a fun beachside play area with lazy river, zip line and pool. And of course, its very own private beach. Similar to the BoardWalk Villas, this Disney resort is also located next to Epcot and offers free transportation to and from the park. When kids aren’t playing a round of mini-golf they can head over to the supervised children’s activity center to meet other kids their age and make some friends. 

Animal Kingdom Lodge and Villas

This African safari themed resort offers guests the chance to see more than 30 species of African wildlife during their stay. Programs led by Animal Specialists teach families about the animals and ecosystems that they live. This resort is perfect for animal lovers. Aside from the animals, all other typical Disney amenities are offered including free shuttles to the park and airport.

Contemporary Resort and Bay Lake Tower

This resort is within walking distance to Magic Kingdom, so some guests are able to enjoy the Magic Kingdom fireworks from the comfort of their own room each night. The Pirate and Pals Fireworks Voyage also departs from this resort. Perfect for guests hoping to spend much of their time at the Magic Kingdom.

The best part about DVC resorts is that each one is magical in its own way. No experience will ever be the same. And with DVC points it’s easy for you to stay somewhere new each time you visit Disney World.

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