2002 DVC Points

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  1. DOOGIERUNNER

    DOOGIERUNNER DIS Veteran DVC Gold

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    Does anyone know when DVC will be coming out with its point cost/allocation for the 2002 cruises? We went on a 7 Day in June and can't wait to go back. We just purchased our 3rd DVC resale and are waiting to book again!!
     
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  3. disney6

    disney6 <font color=red>I DON'T click my hills together! ;

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    I just asked the same thing yesterday! (getting anxious) Look in the DVC forum and you will find the point chart!!!!
     
  4. Renee'

    Renee' I've a lil shadow that goes in & out with me, stay

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    Here is the points chart as posted on the DVC board by Robin a while back.

    The first point is for Value Season, the 2nd is for Regular Season, 3rd is Peak Season and 4th is Holiday Season

    3 Day Cruise

    Value Season 1/10 - 2/14, 9/12 - 11/21, 12/5-12/19
    Regular Season 1/3, 2/21 - 3/21, 4/4 - 9/5
    Peak Season 3/28, 11/28
    Holiday Season 12/26

    1st and 2nd Passenger (each)

    Cat 4 139/165/181/228
    Cat 5 114/139/155/195
    Cat 6 107/133/149/182
    Cat 7 101/126/142/169
    Cat 8 94/114/129/150
    Cat 9 88/107/123/137
    Cat 10 75/94/110/117
    Cat 11 68/88/103/104

    Additional person over 13 37/56/63/63
    Child 3-12 30/50/56/56
    Child 2 and under 14/14/14/14

    4 day Cruise

    Value Season 1/6 - 2/10, 9/8 - 11/24, 12/1-12/15
    Regular Season 2/17 - 3/24, 4/7 - 9/1
    Peak Season 3/31
    Holiday Season 12/22 - 12/29

    1st and 2nd Passenger (each)

    Cat 4 152/182/194/241
    Cat 5 126/156/168/208
    Cat 6 120/150/162/195
    Cat 7 114/143/155/182
    Cat 8 107/130/142/163
    Cat 9 101/124/136/150
    Cat 10 88/111/123/130
    Cat 11 81/104/116/117

    Additional person over 13 50/69/76/76
    Child 3-12 43/63/69/69
    Child 2 and under 14/14/14/14

    7 day Cruise - Eastern Carribean

    Value Season 1/5 - 2/9, 9/7 - 9/21, 10/5, 10/19, 11/2, 11/16, 11/30, 12/14
    Regular Season2/16- 3/23, 4/6 - 5/4, 5/18, 6/1, 6/15, 6/29, 7/13, 7/27, 8/10, 8/24
    Peak Season 3/30
    Holiday Season 12/28

    1st and 2nd Passenger (each)

    Cat 4 237/263/315/390
    Cat 5 198/224/276/325
    Cat 6 185/211/263/312
    Cat 7 172/198/250/299
    Cat 8 159/185/217/260
    Cat 9 152/178/211/247
    Cat 10 133/159/191/221
    Cat 11 126/152/185/208

    Additional person over 13 78/104/130/130
    Child 3-12 52/78/104/104
    Child 2 and under 16/16/16/16

    7 day Cruise - Western Carribean

    Value Season 9/4, 9/28, 10/12, 10/26, 11/9, 12/7
    Regular Season 5/11, 5/25, 6/8, 6/22, 7/6, 7/20, 8/3, 8/17, 8/31
    Peak Season 11/23
    Holiday Season 12/21

    1st and 2nd Passenger (each)

    Cat 4 243/289/321/390
    Cat 5 204/250/282/325
    Cat 6 191/237/269/312
    Cat 7 178/224/256/299
    Cat 8 165/191/224/260
    Cat 9 159/185/217/247
    Cat 10 139/165/198/221
    Cat 11 133/159/191/208

    Additional person over 13 91/117/130/130
    Child 3-12 65/91/104/104
    Child 2 and under 16/16/16/16
     
  5. CarolAnnC

    CarolAnnC <font color=blue>Caught Smuggling Jello Shot Syrin

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    The 2002 Cruise Points are now posted on the Official Members Website, too. :)
     
  6. Rock'n Robin

    Rock'n Robin Disney Queen

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    Is anyone else bummed by the huge difference in points between eastern and western routes? I finally got DH a teeny bit interested but he's not interested in St. Maarten/St. Thomas at all. Until I saw the whole list I thought both 7 day cruises were the same points.
    Robin M.
     
  7. CarolAnnC

    CarolAnnC <font color=blue>Caught Smuggling Jello Shot Syrin

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    The Western Carribbean cruise is more points and it is more if you are paying cash as well. The cruise is a higher cost due to a further route which entails more fuel, an additional port of call, and the costs of port charges etc, to the cruise line.

    You might consider paying points for one person and cash for the additional fare, if you do not have enough points saved up. :)
     
  8. HarrietSLP

    HarrietSLP Guest

    Carol.....you mentioned that the Western route is longer. We are taking the Western Cruise on 6/08/02 and I've been looking at a map trying to determine what the route from Key West to the Caymans will be. I know this is probably stupid but how will they approach the Caymans from Key West? Will they go from the Gulf of Mexico directly to the Western Caribbean bypassing Cozumel in favor of going to port at Grand Cayman and then backtracking to Cozumel and then Castaway Cay in the Bahamas? Btw....I am a first time cruiser so I'm not familiar with cruise routes. Any information will be appreciated!:)

    Harriet in East TN
    DVC Member '96
    Western Caribbean Cruise 6/8/02
     
  9. tony3331

    tony3331 Mouseketeer

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    what are the points for and how do you get them
     
  10. rcostello1

    rcostello1 DIS Veteran

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    Has anybody mixed points and cash? How much of each did it cost?

    I haven't wanted spend points on the cruise yet...I have good deals on DCL so I've been saving my points for WDW and the concierge collection.

    Now maybe if my s/o get that job he applied for making $40k/yr more, then I'll splurge just a little :p
     
  11. CarolG

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    Tony, DVC is Disney Vacation Club. You can purchase DVC points (time share) that can be used to stay at WDW and other resorts. They can also be used for DCL cruises. For more information, try reading the DVC Board on this site.
     

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