On Tuesday, July 12, the Disney Vacation Club announced that it was ending its restrictions on how many points members can borrow.
They shared the news in a letter that was sent to all DVC members, which stated:
“At Disney Vacation Club®, we know that flexibility is top of mind when it comes to planning your vacations with us. From accommodation types and length of stay to planning for multiple trips per year, we know you appreciate a variety of options.
With that in mind, our team is pleased to share that you are once again able to borrow your full allotment of Vacation Points from your next Use Year to this Use Year.”
The restrictions were implemented as part of a series of Covid-related limitations put on Disney vacations, making this decision appear as yet another step back to pre-pandemic levels of magic for all Disney vacations.
Disney Vacation Club has officially ended borrowing restrictions implemented in April 2020. Owners can now borrow 100% of their allotted points from a future use year. pic.twitter.com/LA5OlU8HQE
— Scott Gustin (@ScottGustin) July 12, 2022
The Disney Vacation Club offers timeshares and other accommodations at several of the Resort Hotels at several Disney Resorts, including the Walt Disney World Resort, as well as standalone hotels such as Aulani on the Hawaiian island of Oahu. Several new DVC options have been in development at Disney World, including an entirely new wing of Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort on the space formerly occupied by the Spirit of Aloha Dinner Show. Click the link below to read our latest coverage of that story.
Being a member of the Disney Vacation Club also offers Guests special discounts and experiences, including the DVC-exclusive Villains Lair lounge at the top of Bay Lake Tower at Disney’s Contemporary Resort.
We at Disney Fanatic will continue to update our readers on Disney Parks news and stories as more developments come to light.