Good morning, Last year, my DH and I have started organizing Family trips with his parents. So FIL and MIL followed us for a WDW & DCL (Bahamas) Land & Sea in 2017. This year, they followed us on a Carnival Cruise to Key West and Cozumel. In 2019, we are planning a Amber-Cove and Grand Turk cruise... But... They are not getting any younger and when my FIL was younger, he promised my MIL that someday, they would go on a vacation to Hawaii. Life has been a little chaotic because their first born was autistic so my MIL stayed home for many years, and unfortunately, that child passed a few weeks before my husband and I started dating. They are amazing people and they deserve the best which is why I haven't talked to them yet but I think now is the time for them to realize their life long dream: Hawaiii... But since we went to WDW my MIL is totally in love with Disney... So... Aulani? I think they will say yes. But I also want to make sure I got a good plan because I know it's going to be expensive. Any single tip that we could use in order to make that trip affordable you could give me will be very much appreciated. I only have one condition: the weather has to be right. It would be a shame to get rain all day because we wanted to save a few bucks. I think that in the worst case scenario they would be okay with sharing a room with us but sometimes with promotions, I think a suite with a closed room is not that much more expensive... We would stay 5 days. (I think I saw promotions buy 4 get 1 free?) Thanks in advance! P.s.: Do they have some kind of transportation to get there? None of us has a drivers license for now. (I might work on that as well. We'll see. LOL) P.s.2: How much do you have to pay for a deposit? P.s.3: How soon can we book and if there's a promotion after that, can we apply it on the original booking? EDIT: I pitched the idea to my FIL and MIL. They said yes. Everybody was crying tears of joy. Now, we are going to work hard in order to save the money for the trip. Please take note that we can't rent DVC points, for a question of flexibility regarding cancellation.