Disney timeshares can be re-sold either through the Disney Vacation Club or on the secondary market. There are restrictions, however, on how points purchased through the secondary market can be used.Continue Reading
As of 2011, guests who purchase their Disney Vacation Club points on the re-sale market must book at Disney Vacation Club resorts, Club Cordial, Club Intrawest and RCI Exchanges. This essentially means that those who purchase re-sales on the secondary market cannot book at DIsney resorts that do not participate in the Disney Vacation Club program, or non-Disney resorts on Disney property.
Secondary market re-sale points are also not eligible for booking on Disney Cruise lines or Disney Adventure vacation packages. The Disney Vacation Club operates on a point system. The points are valid at any of Disney's Vacation Club Resorts. The amount of points necessary to book a vacation, as well as the length of the vacation those points can buy, is determined by the level of the resort as well as the time of year. During off-peak times, fewer points buy more time. It may also be possible to book a vacation at a deluxe resort with fewer points. Disney also allows members to bank their points for up to three years.Learn more about Geography