Of course this is something we DVC owners never want to think about; the expiration of our DVC contracts. While this day is thankfully a long way away, it’s prudent to understand what will happen when your DVC contract expires.
When Will Your Contract Expire?
When each DVC Resort was built, Disney determined the year DVC contracts at that resort would expire. This date was generally 50 years from the construction date. There is, however, one exception to this rule, Old Key West.
In 2007, Disney offered Old Key West owners the option to extend their contracts. Original contracts expire in 2042, but owners who opted to pay for the extension received an extra 15 years added to their contract. Extended contracts at Old Key West expire in 2057.
DVC Contract Expiration Dates are as follows:
|Bay Lake Tower||2060|
|Beach Club Villas||2042|
|Hilton Head Island||2042|
|Old Key West||2042 or 2057 for extended contracts|
What Exact Day Will My Contract Expire?
This is a very important question to ask. All DVC contracts will expire on January 31st of their respective expiration year. This means that any points you have must be used by January 31st of your expiration year. Points, benefits and usage will not extend past January 31st.
For more information on DVC Contracts and expiration dates, feel free to contact our DVC Shop Resale team.