Disney Vacation Club Announces $3-Per-Point Price Increase on Purchasing One Time Use Points

If you are a Disney Vacation Club member, you may occasionally find yourself in a situation where you need a few extra points to book that dream vacation. In those situations, DVC members are able to access something called one-time-use points, or OTUs. They are a simple way to temporarily add points you need to complete a reservation. As of February 16th, those points just got more expensive.

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DVC Members are being informed of this change via a recent email:

Dear Disney Vacation Club Member,

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.*

For more information about how to use OTU Vacation Points to complete a booking, visit DisneyVacationClub.com or call Member Services at (800) 800-9800.

We look forward to welcoming you home very soon.


Disney Vacation Club Management

*Exchange options through the Disney Collection and hotel exchanges through the World Collection require eligibility for Membership Extras.

Email to all Disney Vacation Club Members

In other recent DVC news, we previously reported about upcoming previews of TRON Lightcycle/Run for DVC members.

Are you someone who uses these points often? Will this price increase cause you to change your vacation planning?

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