Save Money With A Disney Credit Card

I first visited Disney at the age of 5 and had no memories of it as an adult. In my early 20’s I wanted to see what the hype was all about. My husband and I took out a Disney Rewards Visa Card by Chase and it was able to pay for our entire stay at Disneyland Hotel a few years later.

The Disney Credit Card works for us because we simply pay it off each month. I would not recommend for you to pick up another credit card if you are not able to pay the balance in full each month. If this is something you can do I highly suggest getting one of these. We put all our purchases on this card which on average returns us 1% each month.  Disney Rewards also does  promotion where you can earn 5% back at times and we always take advantage of that by registering when they send out the notices to do so.

Not only do you earn Disney Reward money you also get certain Disney perks.

Walt Disney World Perks

  • Character Meet ‘N’ Greet at the private card member location. (Located within Epcot)
  • 10% off select merchandise
  • 20% off select guided tours

Disneyland Perks

  • Character Meet ‘N’ Greet at the private card member location. ( located at Disney California Adventure)
  • 10% off select merchandise
  • 10% off select dining locations
  • 10% off at select Downtown Disney Merchandise and Dining Locations
  • 20% off select guided tours
  • 50% off stroller rentals

Disney Cruise Line

  • $50 on board credit

Other perks that come with the card include 10% off at the Disney Store.  If you choose not to redeem your dollars at the theme parks you can get them in a form of vouchers to purchase Disney merchandise at many stores such as Walmart and Target. The card offers a 6 month no interest when you book a Disney Vacation or cruise.

Disney card members also can register early to receive exclusive savings on the 2012 Walt Disney World Marathon.

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