Disney Vacation Club Releases Points Charts for 2022; Adjusts Rates Due to Demand

Disney Vacation Club issued points charts for 2022, along with a few adjustments to improve availability and further correspond with demand.

Disney Vacation Club sign at Boulder Ridge Villas

According to a charts analysis published by DVC News, changes enacted in 2021 reflected a push towards making fall dates more expensive while lowering the price of summer stays. The first two weeks of September (through the 19th) remain the cheapest period of time to visit Walt Disney World, followed by the remainder of the month, plus all of January, and December 1-14. December 15-23 has seen a slight increase from 2021. The weeks of Christmas and New Year’s Eve, plus Easter, remain the most expensive.

Disney Vacation Club issued the following update on their points charts page, along with links to 2022 points charts for each property:

After a thorough analysis of Member travel patterns and Resort demand, the 2022 Disney Vacation Club Vacation Points Charts were adjusted to continue to encourage travel throughout the year with the goal of improving availability. 

The 2022 Vacation Points Charts will again feature 7 seasons with modified travel options. Similar to the 2021 reallocation, travel periods with greater demand will require more Points and travel periods with less demand will require fewer Points. For example, Members can enjoy stays for fewer Points than the year before when traveling during the summer period. On the other hand, Members who wish to travel in certain weeks in October, November and December will require more Points than the year before.

The 2022 changes only affect Disney Vacation Club Resorts at Walt Disney World Resort. They do not impact Disney’s Vero Beach Resort, Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort, The Villas at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel & Spa and Aulani, Disney Vacation Club Villas.

View the Points Charts for each destination to determine how many Points are required for your stay.