I took my wife on her first trip to Disney World and she loved it. We do not have kids yet but she and I want to go back every year, or at least every 2 years with long stays. We did the DVC presentation and they tried selling me Polynesian points at 197 dollars a point I believe. Well I scheduled a second DVC presentation so I could actually see the rooms as I have never stayed in the DVC rooms before. He then offers me Old Key West points at 145 dollars a point with 41 years of ownership saying Disney just bought them back. I paid the deposit to hold my 70 points for Old key west because the price was easily within our vacation budget (in fact it saves us money). I just want to make sure I am not going to get screwed out of anything. I have read on many sites when Disney gets these points back, they sell them at the current rate for the full 50 years so I am confused as to why Disney would sell them to me at 41 years at the cheaper rate. I am fine with the 41 years. That puts it at around when I reach 80 years old. Just curious to hear anyones thoughts on this. I sent an email to the DVC salesman asking about any tax liens or anything against these points. Only thing I can think of why they are reselling these points with less years and for less money.