DVC points for campgrounds?

Discussion in 'Camping at Disney World' started by sheboz, Nov 23, 2012.

  1. sheboz

    sheboz Mouseketeer

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    This may be a silly question but can you use DVC points for the campground?
    What would the value be per point?
    We are hoping to go in March. I am currently in the RV at Jellystone in Frankenmuth MI on our first RV trip. Thinking warm happy Disney thoughts while the occasional snowflake goes by.
     
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  3. North of Mouse

    North of Mouse DIS Veteran

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    There has been times in the past that they let you use DVC points for the campsites, but not sure about the present time.

    But, it is not a *good value* to use points versus cash.
     
  4. fredtom

    fredtom Mouseketeer Freddie

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    Yes, you can. The points charts are on the DVC member website.
     
  5. sheboz

    sheboz Mouseketeer

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    Thank you for your replies.
     
  6. doombuqqy

    doombuqqy DIS Veteran

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    It is considered The Disney Collection and there is a $95 booking fee. Has to be a membership bought from disney or a resale purchased prior to 3-11.:crazy2: Rules Rules Rules
     
  7. 91oldkeywest

    91oldkeywest Earning My Ears

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    there is no charge to book at the campground.this fee is waved for dvc members as posted on dvc cart.the points spreed for FW is about 11 to 14 points a night "but it is almost impossible to get a dvc reservation".That said the last time I used my points for FW,I had to make a minimum of 6 nights before any sites where available.It is worth the points spread to use against cash if you can get the reservation.It seems that only a limited number of sites are (not sites but allocations) are open to DVC and this is controlled by management of FW not WDW.
     

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