DVC Maintenance Fees 2024

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Disney timeshare ownership is quite magical. Members enjoy theme park vacations every year or trips to Hawaii or other destinations. The range of home resort options gives owners varying hotel choices in different themes and locations. One thing all owners have in common, though, is maintenance fees. Annual dues are a non-negotiable part of Disney Vacation Club. The cost is different based on your home resort but every Member must pay them. The proposed DVC maintenance fees for 2024, also known as annual dues, have been released.

When are DVC maintenance fees released for the following year?

Proposed DVC annual dues are released late each year, specifically November. Around this time, estimated DVC annual dues are released for the following year but they are not official or finalized. Below we have the proposed DVC maintenance fees 2024 numbers. These annual dues won’t be official until after the 2023 Annual Meetings of the Board of Directors and the 2023 Annual Meetings of the Members take place on Thursday, December 7, 2023, at Disney’s Contemporary Resort Convention Center.

DVC Maintenance Fees 2024

Disney Vacation Club annual dues have quite a few numbers after the decimal. We round them to give a look that’s closer to what you’ll actually pay. Remember proposed dues are not official yet and rounded so the price difference from 2023 to 2024 is approximate.

Disney Vacation Club Resort2023 Annual Dues2024 Proposed Annual DuesPrice Increase
Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas$8.81$9.08 $.27 
Aulani, Disney Vacation Club Villas$9.14$9.76$.62
Aulani, Disney Vacation Club Villas purchased before 7/27/2011$6.87$7.34$.47
Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort$7.43$7.59$.16 
 Disney’s Beach Club Villas$8.17$8.63$.46 
Disney’s BoardWalk Villas$8.53$8.67$.14
Boulder Ridge Villas at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge$8.51$8.68$.17 
Copper Creek Villas & Cabins at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge$7.92$8.09$.17 
The Villas at Disneyland Hotel$9.06$9.53$.47
The Villas at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel$8.04$8.55$.51 
The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort$7.33$7.57$.24 
Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort$10.73$11.31 $.58
Disney’s Old Key West Resort$9.36$9.87 $.51
Disney’s Polynesian Villas & Bungalows$7.95$8.23 $.28
Disney’s Riviera Resort$8.50$8.85$.35 
Disney’s Saratoga Springs Resort$7.86$8.14$.28 
Disney’s Vero Beach Resort$12.85$13.86$1.01 
Disney’s Vero Beach Resort if purchased before 1/1/1996$10.13$10.89$.76
How much did DVC annual dues go up this year? DVC Maintenance fee 2024 compared to 2023 with the amount of increase.

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DVC Maintenance Fees 2024 | Friendship boats cruise Crescent Lake taking guests to Epcot and Hollywood Studios

How much are annual dues for Disney Vacation Club?

To determine how much you will pay in annual dues, multiply the number of points on your contract by the per point annual due fee. The more points you have, the more you’ll pay. If you have contracts at different resorts you’ll pay the annual dues per point rate for each.

Let’s do the math on a resort as an example. In 2023, The Villas at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort and Spa has annual dues that are $7.33 per point. If an owner has 150 points they will pay $1099.50 in annual dues for that year.

How often do DVC maintenance fees increase?

Most DVC home resorts go up in price a little bit each year. Annual dues are also called maintenance fees because much of the money goes to keeping resorts well maintained. Hotels are painted regularly, rugs are replaced when scheduled or needed and landscaping is always in need of caring for. Upkeep like this might be funded by annual dues. Annual dues also pay for things like taxes, Cast Member benefits and unique offerings at resorts. For example, at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Villas, there are animals to care for. As inflation and other factors cause these kinds of expenses to go up, annual dues increase.

How often and how much annual dues go up depends on the needs of each individual resort. Disney Vacation Club usually clarifies why annual dues go up when they do, citing refurbishments and such. See DVC Maintenance fees 2023 to compare even even further back.

When are DVC annual dues due?

DVC annual dues are due on January 15th every year. Disney says, annual dues “are calculated based on the calendar year, not your Use Year.” Members can pay all at once or in monthly installments that are direct debits from a U.S. bank account.

Why do some DVC resorts have two different annual dues costs?

There are a few resorts that have more than one amount for annual dues. This is due to different reasons related to issues back around when the resorts opened. If you buy today from Disney Vacation Club directly, you will pay the higher annual dues number on these. It’s only possible to pay the lower maintenance fees rate if you already own a contract that has them or if you buy one on the DVC resale market. Aulani subsidized dues is one example of a resort with the potential lower rate.

DVC Resale Experts Makes Magic

Have questions about DVC maintenance fees 2024? DVC Resale Experts is a licensed real estate broker with a team that specializes in resale Disney Vacation Club contracts. Resale simply refers to contracts sold by Members rather than Disney directly. The prices are often surprisingly good on the DVC resale market when compared to direct Disney Vacation Club prices. Whether you want to sell DVC, buy a resale contract at a great price or add on points, DVC Resale Experts can help.

Our licensed, independent real estate professionals have decades of experience selling DVC. The Experts are former Disney Vacation Club Guides and provide pixie dusted service. Take a look at our resale DVC listings for current pricing and availability. Don’t see your dream contract? Let us help you find it. Join the DVC Resale Experts Buyer Wish List and you’ll be contacted when a contract that meets your needs is listed on the market.

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Nicole is a native Floridian who attended the University of Central Florida and decided to call the land of theme parks home. She’s been sharing magical tips, tricks and Orlando travel and tourism favorites online for over a decade.

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