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stmize 12-07-2012 06:10 PM

Disney gift cards
 
Can you use disney gift cards in the shops on the dream without having them put on your key to the world card

Tigger1313 12-07-2012 10:51 PM

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Originally Posted by stmize (Post 46877908)
Can you use disney gift cards in the shops on the dream without having them put on your key to the world card

I was able to use my gift card at the shops in June

stmize 12-08-2012 03:11 PM

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Originally Posted by Tigger1313

I was able to use my gift card at the shops in June

Great. Asking for those for Christmas as I have 2 cruises planned for 2013 and 2 Wdw trip

lodge 12-08-2012 05:49 PM

yes, just to let others know- you can ADD gift cards TO your kttw card at guest services. they are there 24 hours and there are barely any lines since peoples needs can be addressed anytime

rosermama 12-08-2012 06:29 PM

I added 2 gift cards and 1 rewards card from Disney Visa to my account. I had a ton of money left and had to go to GS the last day and have them put it back on the card I wanted to go to...

DesertGal 12-08-2012 06:40 PM

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Originally Posted by rosermama
I added 2 gift cards and 1 rewards card from Disney Visa to my account. I had a ton of money left and had to go to GS the last day and have them put it back on the card I wanted to go to...

Is it even possible to have money left???

Meghatron 12-08-2012 07:21 PM

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Originally Posted by DesertGal
Is it even possible to have money left???

I didn't think so but yes. We were given over $2500 in gift cards for our honeymoon registry, most of it on the single card Disney sends you when you sign up for it. I nearly had a heart attack at GS when they told me how much was on it (had been $800 the day before the wedding). We decided not think about money the whole trip and drank, bought, and excursioned whatever we wanted. We still had money left over that we spent on DD's birthday cruise the following year. I had to keep track of that gift card for over a year!

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westjones 12-08-2012 11:08 PM

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Originally Posted by Meghatron (Post 46883887)
I didn't think so but yes. We were given over $2500 in gift cards for our honeymoon registry, most of it on the single card Disney sends you when you sign up for it. I nearly had a heart attack at GS when they told me how much was on it (had been $800 the day before the wedding). We decided not think about money the whole trip and drank, bought, and excursioned whatever we wanted. We still had money left over that we spent on DD's birthday cruise the following year. I had to keep track of that gift card for over a year!

Edited for typo

Wait! Do tell! You can register for a Disney Gift Card that wedding guests put money on for the gift? That is a new one to me. Is there a link with info?

My niece is getting married next summer and she loves Disney, so she might like to do something like that.

Meghatron 12-08-2012 11:56 PM

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Originally Posted by westjones
Wait! Do tell! You can register for a Disney Gift Card that wedding guests put money on for the gift? That is a new one to me. Is there a link with info?

My niece is getting married next summer and she loves Disney, so she might like to do something like that.

Pretty sure it's disneyhoneymoonregistry.com. You need to have an existing reservation at WDW or on DCL to sign up. Then it will give you the options directly related to your reservation to sign up for in monetary increments, They send you a gift card in the mail that you have to keep like cash and as people buy you things on your registry (like "Specialty Drinks" or "Couples Spa Villa" the money gets added to that card. So people are buying you specific things but you get a lump sum to technically spend however you want. It made thank you cards really nice because we were able to talk about the specific things people had "bought" for us even though they technically just gave us money.

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westjones 12-09-2012 12:00 AM

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Originally Posted by Meghatron (Post 46885390)
Pretty sure it's disneyhoneymoonregistry.com. You need to have an existing reservation at WDW or on DCL to sign up. Then it will give you the options directly related to your reservation to sign up for in monetary increments, They send you a gift card in the mail that you have to keep like cash and as people buy you things on your registry (like "Specialty Drinks" or "Couples Spa Villa" the money gets added to that card. So people are buying you specific things but you get a lump sum to technically spend however you want. It made thank you cards really nice because we were able to talk about the specific things people had "bought" for us even though they technically just gave us money.

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Thanks! That is a fun idea! I guess since my niece isn't going to Disney on a trip after the wedding it wouldn't work well for her. But if someone did have a honeymoon planned for there or the cruise afterwards that would be such a wonderful idea.


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