Quick question for my MW family. We want to do the DVC info when we go next year but my wife said she heard they take advantage of you on the costs. Is this true? Where else would you get the info and sign up for it? Thanks MW family.
Totally not true at all. I found DVC to be very helpful and not at all pushy. If you need any info let me know as I became DVC tens years ago and find it worth every penny. - Pooh147856
114.9 #54 3:26PM
They are not pushy at all because DVC pretty much sells it's self if it's right for your family. You can call them and they can give you all the pricing and info over the phone and even mail your docs to sign by mail if you decide to join. If you join before your next trip you don't have to pay for another visit, you can use your points right after you close on everything. - Andrea84
593.7 #7 4:29PM
I agree not pushy at all. We have bought twice now with 2 different dvc reps and both were helpful and not overly "sales-y" they laid out what the deal was, what our options were and then gave us plenty of time to talk and think about it. The first time we actually walked away. And ended up calling him back and signing paperwork. I would recommend going and talking to them if you are concidering signing up, they were very helpful. - Pixarprincess
539.2 #283 5:06PM
I have a rep that has delt directly with my entire family for years. If you would like her contact info please let me know. She is very nice and she is not at all pushy or "sales driven". - SaratogaDVC
3.6 #22622 5:46PM
You should not feel pressured to buy anything. Disney or non Disney. They are auditioning for you not the other way around. - 5disneylovers
690.7 #5 9:31PM
Thanks for everyone's input. When we go to DL next December we will defenitly go through the DVC speal. Think it would be more fun in the park. - dadwholovesdisney
34.2 #109 10:38PM
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