BCV add-on with August use year?

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  1. todsue99

    todsue99 Mouseketeer

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    Just wondering if anyone knows if they still have an August use year for the BCV with Magical Beginnings available. I am trying to get the DW to add-on. I want to discuss it with her, but don't want to say anything if they are gone. Thanks for the help.
     
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  3. icydog

    icydog DIS Veteran

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    According to my guide everything is available, all use years and number of points, for add ons.
     
  4. todsue99

    todsue99 Mouseketeer

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    Thanks, icy.
     
  5. even1

    even1 Oh, I got tagged with a little help from my friend

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    Hi all - Can you please tell me how much points cost at BCV? How about annual dues? Can anyone explain MB??? Any help will be appreciated. I have done the DVC tour but the details escape me after I'm away from "home" for a few months!!!! Thanks.
     
  6. KathyR

    KathyR <font color=blue>Happy DVC Member-BWV & VWL<font c

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    Points are currently $84/point.

    Annual dues you can figure at roughly $4/point/year.

    You can use MB to sell back your first years point allotment. The current MB offer is $10/point. You basically forfeit your first years points and receive a credit toward your purchase in exchange for those points :) So if you purchase 200 points you would receive a $2000 credit toward your purchase if you used MB. Of course, if you need those points for a reservation then selling them back would not be a good option, but if you are not returning until your next years points, it may make sense to sell them back.
     

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