Disney Vacation Club is a timeshare. Period.
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But wait...don't let that scare you away!
Most people are familiar with the traditional timeshare model; owners buy a specific week at a specific cabin / hotel / villa and return to that destination year-after-year. Over the years timeshares have earned a reputation for sleazy sales tactics, lackluster property management and the dramatic loss in value after the initial purchase.
DVC is a little different.
First, DVC is a point-based timeshare. Owners purchase a specific number of points which represent their ownership in the Club. Each date / resort / room class combination then has a published number of points required for a single night's stay. There are virtually no limitations placed on when, where and one uses his or her points. For instance, a DVC member could spend 10 nights in a Studio villa at the BoardWalkVillas one year, and 5 nights in a Three Bedroom Grand Villa at Old Key West the next year. The only requirements are that the member have enough points to book the accommodations desired, and that the resort has enough capacity for the member.
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A DVC purchase of 200 points means that the member will receive 200 points to use every single year until the contract with Disney ends. Program guidelines even allow members to 'bank' their points one year into the future and 'borrow' from the next year. These features add another layer of flexibility in that members who need more than their 200-point ownership for a particularly expensive trip have options available...other than buying more points, of course.