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    Re: DVC-An owners view.

    Quote Originally Posted by geoffa View Post
    It's also worth noting that it isn't just about ataying on Disney property. You can convert your DVC points into resrvation points and via Inteval International (based also in Celebration) you can book other vacation sites around the world.
    Perhaps but it doesn't seem to give you nearly the same bang for the buck
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    Re: DVC-An owners view.

    Wow! alot of great info... I am just curious about how many points it takes to stay at Disneyland. There seems to be alot of info about WDW, I guess there are more options there. Would it be benifical if I mostly went to Disneyland?


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    Re: DVC-An owners view.

    Quote Originally Posted by MJMcB View Post
    Perhaps but it doesn't seem to give you nearly the same bang for the buck
    True maybe but then if I go to somewhere in Europe or Africa my air fares aren't as huge as they would be to the US. And plus there's a great big world beyond Disney Parks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by b236en View Post
    Wow! alot of great info... I am just curious about how many points it takes to stay at Disneyland. There seems to be alot of info about WDW, I guess there are more options there. Would it be benifical if I mostly went to Disneyland?
    Disneyland point requirements (Sunday to Thursday):

    Paradise Pier ranges from 17 points a night (Standard) to 31 points (Concierge) - Jan 6 thru Feb 16 - "super value season". In Peak season (Jan 1-5 / March 16-29 / Nov 23-29 / Dec 21 - 31) these rise to 25 (standard ) to 44 (Concierge).

    Disneyland Hotel - super value 18 per night (standard) to 33 (concierge)
    Peak season - 26 (standard) to 46 ( concierge)

    Grand Californian - super value 23 (standard) to 41 (concierge)
    33 (standard) to 57 (concierge) at Peak.

    Remember Friday and Saturday nights cost more points - anywhere between 8 extra (standard) to 16 extra per night at peak.

    Park tickets are extra!

    There's also a a "Value" Season and a "Regular" season. Go figure!

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