[QUOTE=Tikiman;1111614]I wish that were the case. I never really wanted to get DVC but it might be the best way to stay at the Polynesian in the future but I realize that DVC is the type of timeshare that you own nothing (unlike some timeshares that you do own property). I will basically be paying Disney in advance for my vacations. After the 40 or 50 year contract I know I will end up paying more in dues than the initial payment of $30,000 to $60,000 it will cost based on what they are saying the points for the Polynesian DVC will be. I was even told it will be the most expensive DVC on property.[/QUOTE]
Great point and that is the thing that has stopped us from buying DVC so far. I am sure we will try to rent those points though, over and over.
The Poly is just another one of my favorite Tiki locations. Expensive or not, and even if I could never justify the DVC, I still can’t wait to see it.