Annual DVC Dues for 2022

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Part of owning with Disney Vacation Club is paying yearly fees, referred to as your DVC annual dues. These annual maintenance fees or dues are collected annually to cover operating costs and property taxes. They also go towards any future renovations. Each year these dues can increase based on Disney’s discretion, so it’s important to consider how much you will owe in 2022 to cover your ownership.

2022 Annual DVC Dues by Resort

DVC Annual dues are on a per-point basis. So, the following figures will be multiplied by the number of points in the owner’s contract. For example, if a member owns 150 points at Bay Lake Tower, their 2022 annual dues will be about $1033.50. Keep this in mind when deciding on how many points you want to buy. The more DVC points you own, the more you will pay in annual dues.

The following figures are rounded to two decimal points instead of the four decimal point figures that Disney releases. This is for easier comprehension! So, you may see a very slight difference in price for your own annual dues.

Resort20212022% Increase
Animal Kingdom Villas$8.07$8.23+2.02%
Aulani$8.35$8.67+3.83%
Bay Lake Tower$6.89$7.08+2.65%
Beach Club Villas$7.43$7.53+1.32%
BoardWalk$7.81$8.08+3.43%
Boulder Ridge$8.10$8.14+0.50%
Copper Creek$7.59$7.60+0.15%
Grand Californian$6.99$7.48+7.00%
Grand Floridian$6.81$7.00+2.87%
Hilton Head$9.97$10.07+0.98%
Old Key West$8.35$8.80+5.37%
Polynesian$7.05$7.38+4.70%
Riviera$8.38$8.38+0.00%
Saratoga Springs$7.11$7.32+3.06%
Vero Beach$11.23$11.94+6.32%

Disney Vacation Club dues are a required part of owning with DVC, and dues can vary by contract size and resort you own with. Dues can change every year, so it’s important to be aware of any changes coming up to your next bill. Normally, the year-over-year changes are nominal.

What Do DVC Annual Dues Cover?

The operating costs that DVC annual dues go towards include housekeeping, resort utilities, park transportation, and more. DVC annual dues also include property taxes on top of the maintenance of the property. Any long-term resort renovations or repairs are also covered by annual dues. Security services at the DVC resorts are paid for with annual dues to ensure the safety of all guests. Also covered by these payments are the costs to manage the front desk, including salaries and the cost of the technology used. The upkeep of the technology used for DVC reservations, as well as the cost of upgrading the systems, is also included in what is covered by annual dues.

DVC Annual Dues Increase

Most of the Walt Disney World Resorts have only slightly increased because property taxes declined. However, operating costs at each resort have gone up. Owners of Old Key West are subject to the highest increase on Walt Disney World property, which is said to be due to the 11% increase in capital reserves contributions. Currently, there isn’t much talk of immediate improvement projects, but future refurbishments are on the table. The Grand Californian has the highest year-over-year increase in dues, which rose 7% since 2021.

Disney Vacation Club Timeshares For Sale

Now that you know what this year’s annual dues are, do you feel ready to buy a DVC timeshare? If so, then you’ve come to the right place! Fidelity Real Estate has been the recommended brokerage of Disney Vacation Club for 15 years. Our team of licensed real estate agents are DVC experts and can help you find the perfect contract for you. Browse our selection of DVC resale listings, then simply make an offer when you find what you’re looking for! If you need further assistance, feel free to contact us at 407-216-5187.

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