2020 Point Charts

keaster

DIS Veteran
Joined
Nov 27, 2008
2020 point charts are up on the MS site. Don't have time now, but maybe someone can post if they see any major changes!
 

condorthb

Peter, we need to talk about your TPS reports.
Joined
Jul 18, 2006
Yup. OKW went up. Depending on season the increase is 2 to 14 points for a week in a studio.

I have only been a member since mid 2017. How often does an increase happen. 2018/2019
had the same required points.
 

DizneyLizzy

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Joined
Dec 27, 2010
Yup. OKW went up. Depending on season the increase is 2 to 14 points for a week in a studio.

I have only been a member since mid 2017. How often does an increase happen. 2018/2019
had the same required points.
They can't increase the overall number of points - they can only reallocate. I do a lot of one bedroom and studio stays at OKW. The one bedrooms during summer season didn't change since 2019...but the studios went up a point during my "usual" season. I don't know enough about the other parts of the OKW chart to see where they took points from, but they have to take them from somewhere.
 

DebbieB

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Joined
Aug 24, 1999
Boardwalk - preferred studios went up in every season except Adventure. 1 bedrooms up in every season except Dream. 2 bedrooms down. Standard view looks like a bigger change.
 

bwvBound

DVC SSR & other timeshare
Joined
Feb 5, 2004
Saratoga: Studios, 1BR and Treehouses went up ... with points shaved from standard-view 2BR and GV units.
 

Matty B13

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Joined
Jun 13, 2016
Looks like a lot of the studios and 1 bedroom point requirements went up and the 2 bedroom units went down.
 

Madame

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Joined
Mar 15, 2014
Where is everyone seeing the chart? I get studios increasing, but 1bd???? Really?? It reminds me of something I just read on another site about DVC trying to get members to fight for the studio scraps as more members cannot afford a large amount of points... & DVC scoops up the larger villas to rent for cash.....
 

JETSDAD

DIS Veteran
Joined
Jan 7, 2016
AKV Value 1 & 2 bedrooms went down. Value studios stayed the same (except dream season weekends...went up 1 pt per night).
 

condorthb

Peter, we need to talk about your TPS reports.
Joined
Jul 18, 2006
Where is everyone seeing the chart? I get studios increasing, but 1bd???? Really?? It reminds me of something I just read on another site about DVC trying to get members to fight for the studio scraps as more members cannot afford a large amount of points... & DVC scoops up the larger villas to rent for cash.....
It's on the DVC website for each resort.
 

DebbieB

DIS Veteran
Joined
Aug 24, 1999

DizneyLizzy

DIS Veteran
Joined
Dec 27, 2010
It's so interesting. I wonder what's driving this? I have traveled in June (Magic season) the past three summers, and when I have gone to book at the 7 month mark literally ANY studio except AKV Value Studios have been available - even BLT Standard every time. This summer we ended up booking a one bedroom standard at BLT at 7 months bc my FIL is joining us, but I checked studio availability on my 7 month day just to see what it looked like, and I literally could have booked any studio except an AKV Value for my entire week in June. Yet, this is the season that has seen across the board increases in studio points. A few points isn't going to make or break us - we'll still book studios in the summer time if we want a studio, it's just odd bc we haven't run into an availability problem even on those "hard to get" villas.
 

DebbieB

DIS Veteran
Joined
Aug 24, 1999
From what I understand, there is a cap on how much they can change per year. What concerns me is when they did the last major reallocation 10 years ago is they spread it over 2 years. So we might be seeing it again for 2021.
 

Ben E N

DIS Veteran
Joined
Jul 14, 2017
BLT Lake View studio is going up 2 points per night, or 14 per week, during summer months. This is what i initially bought into DVC for. It's a good lesson in buying a cushion of points, as you don't know how things will change in the future.
 

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