How to Stay in a Deluxe Disney Resort at a Moderate Resort Price

Alessa Dufresne

How to Stay in a Deluxe Disney Resort at a Moderate Resort Price

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Going to Disney World can oftentimes be a big decision as many have to save up for a long time in order to afford a vacation to the most magical place on earth. Although there is no better feeling than walking down Main Street and seeing Cinderella Castle, all while eating a warm churro, it can be a costly decision for most families. It is no secret that Disney is expensive and ticket costs are at their highest — let’s not forget the food, drink, merchandise, and other costs to help make the moment magical! Many Disney guests have to find ways to compromise on their spending so that they can properly afford the trip, but there’s no reason that should mean missing out on deluxe accommodations.

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For some, saving money may mean eating at Cosmic Ray’s Starlight Cafe instead of Cinderella’s Royal Table or Be Our Guest. Others might head to a Target before their vacation begins to buy all of their daily snacks. Oftentimes, though, families will choose to move down a tier when it comes to their Disney Resort, or stay off property.

Although there is no problem when it comes to making any of these sacrifices, they may not be as necessary as one might think. If you are someone who would love to stay in a Deluxe Disney Resort, like Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort, but can only afford a moderate option, such as Disney’s Port Orlean’s French Quarter, this is the ultimate Disney hack for you.

DVC Rental Store is a great way to get more “bang for your buck” during your Disney vacation. There are many people who own DVC points and contracts, but are not able to use them. Instead of letting them expire, guests may choose to sell their points to a rental company like DVC Rental Store. DVC Rental Store is then able to reallocate those points and offer them to others looking to book a Disney vacation. Not only will you have the chance to stay in a DVC room, but you will also be saving up to 75% in comparison to what you will see on the Disney World website, which is a fantastic deal. Suddenly, the high cost of a Walt Disney World vacation becomes a little more reasonable, for what you are getting.

DVC Rental Store is also staffed with employees who used to be former Cast Members, with many boasting long careers in the Disney Vacation Club industry. They certainly know how to deliver the Disney experience guests may be accustomed to, but these Disney experts are also all about maximizing value. It is almost as if you will have your own DVC Rental Store travel agent making sure you are purchasing the best deal in terms of what you want and what is ultimately right for you and your party.


 On DVC Rental Store, you are able to browse their inventory of points to see which hotels are available on your specified dates and how much they are going to cost. There is absolutely no cost or obligation when checking availability. If you are looking to buy DVC points from alternate places, you may be asked to put down a deposit to gain access to such information, but thankfully, DVC Rental Store already has us keeping some money in our pockets by removing that cost.

All you have to do is put in the dates you are looking to travel and how many guests you want to bring. Then, wait for the deals to appear! Not only will you see affordable hotel options, but DVC rooms larger than studio options offer families the luxury of a full kitchen. One and two-bedroom villas could offer you an even better vacation experience. Since DVC Rental Store has the largest member inventory for DVC points out there, you will be able to plan your vacation with much more variety in both resort options and price points.

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There are also super low down payment options which make the decision to book a lot easier. A fantastic cancelation policy that protects you and your money is also in place, eliminating much of the risk. If you have DVC points and want to make some money, you can do that too! DVC Rental Store actually pays members the most per point, up to $18.00 per point.

We may have spoken a lot about renting points in Disney World, specifically, but you can also rent points with DVC Rental Store for any DVC property. This, of course, means traveling to resorts such as Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa, in Hawaii, and Disney’s Hilton Head Island Resort can also be a much more affordable and attainable option for your family.

If staying at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge Resort and watching the fireworks from your balcony is your dream stay, or you’ve been looking enviously at the waterfront Bora Bora Bungalows of Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, it’s time to contact DVC Rental Store today to make that dream a reality for the lowest price possible!

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