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Disney Resort Split Stays:  Love ‘Em or Hate ‘Em?

Bay Lake Tower

Split stays are a great way to experience multiple resorts on your next Walt Disney World vacation.  There are many reasons why a family might opt for a split stay vacation.  Sometimes deciding between all of the fantastic resorts is hard.  Or, perhaps you’re motivated to check out as many resorts as possible, but resort hopping for meals or shopping ...

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Dreaming of DVC: A Comparison of Disney Vacation Club Properties

Riviera Resort

If you’re not a DVC member, this article is STILL for you!  Did you know that you can rent vacation club points from members who are not using all of their points for the year?  It’s easy to do, and it allows you to stay at some of Disney’s best resorts- often times for less than Disney rack rates.   Comparing ...

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Disney Vacation Club Resorts and What You’ll Love About Them

Grand Floridian . _Disney Vacation Club Resorts _ disney fanatic

Disney Vacation Club, or DVC, is Disney’s equivalent to a timeshare.  Members have contracts worth a certain amount of points that can be used to reserve deluxe accommodations.  For travelers who want to visit Disney properties year after year, membership affords them the ability to save money on those accommodations over time. Many of the deluxe resorts at Walt Disney ...

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Disney Vacation Club 101 – What to Know Before You Buy

Disney Vacation Club

Since 1991, guests have had the opportunity to own the piece of the magic by investing in Disney Vacation Club. Most guests have probably seen one of the DVC kiosks around the resort and most usually walk by without finding out more about it. There is much to consider before purchasing an interest with Disney Vacation Club, but here is ...

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Disney Vacation Club – 5 Things You Should Know

Beach Club Resort

Disney Vacation Club, or DVC for short, is the Disney version of a time share. You purchase a certain number of “points” on a contract that lasts somewhere in the neighborhood of 40 to 50 years. You can use the points to book rooms at Walt Disney World, Disneyland, and several other Disney “beach” properties (one in Hawaii, one in ...

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