Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser Starts at 295 Points for Disney Vacation Club Members

Annual Passholders and Disney Vacation Club members are now able to book a voyage on Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser during a pre-sale window. We learned yesterday that Disney Vacation Club members must book at least one person in their party using points. Now that the pre-sale has begun, we now know how many points a stay will cost members.

Two nights in a standard cabin will start at 295 points per adult. The exact points cost will go up depending on the day of the week, the time of year, and cabin type.

A Galaxy Suite will start at 359 points per adult and a Grand Captain’s Suite will start at 502 points per adult.

Non-points pricing also varies depending on the factors listed above, starting at approximately $1,209 per guest per night (keeping in mind that every voyage is two nights).

General bookings for Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser open on October 28.

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  1. I guess there are enough multi millionaires around the world to support this. So much for a fun place to visit with family…I just wonder if I were a multi millionaire would I even stay at such a non exclusive resort…my guess, nope.

  2. That point cost is insanely high for what it is. You can take a 7 night cruise for fewer points.

  3. wow!!!!!!! the most expensive points resort in disney is now a hotel studio room. for that many points you can get into a grand floridian two bedroom no matter how many people. or an on the water villa at polynesian. a cabin at copper creek or a treehouse at saratoga. and that would be by the week, not for a couple of days!

  4. Points? Do I need to play Pac-Man or something? Never been a fan of video games or looking at monitors for extended periods.

  5. My parents and I got a 2-bedroom at Copper Creek (Wilderness Lodge) for 5 nights for the cash equivalent of just over 200 points. This is 295 for TWO nights.

  6. NOPE. not for us. These prices and points (per night per adult) are insane. Disney is losing this someone who has visited DisneyWorld since 1972. Pricing normal people right of the picture. Now only for the rich and famous.

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