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Old 01-05-2014, 08:44 AM   #91
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and asked about getting the card to put my Disney dollars on, because I am going next dec. She said when I got to D.W. I could grab a card in any shop and have them call the visa 800 number and they can load the rewards right then on the blank card. Does that make since.
I signed up for the $200 offer right off of the Disney sight when I was looing for hotel rooms.
Ok, I was half right, and they were half right. Here's the info from the site:
How to Order a Redemption Card
Order online
Request a Disney Rewards Redemption Card from Chase.com

Order by phone
Request a Disney Rewards Redemption Card by calling 1-800-300-8575.

Pick up at Disney Theme Parks
Pick up a Disney Rewards Redemption Card at the Guest Relations locations listed below. Present a photo ID and your Disney Visa Card.

Walt Disney World® Resort, located directly inside and outside each Theme Park

Magic Kingdom® Park Guest Relations Window
Magic Kingdom® Park Guest Relations at City Hall
Disney's Hollywood Studios® Guest Relations
Epcot® Guest Relations
Disney's Animal Kingdom® Theme Park Guest Relations
Downtown Disney® at Walt Disney World® Resort
Downtown Disney® Marketplace Guest Relations
Downtown Disney® West Side Guest Relations




ETA: I would ALWAYS get my rewards card BEFORE my trip. If you get there and have issues, You are out your rewards money and/or time.
Also, I tend to use mine at the resort before I even go to the parks or DTD.
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Old 01-05-2014, 11:27 AM   #92
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Old 01-05-2014, 05:12 PM   #93
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Are there any current incentives for signing up? I've been thinking about doing it in anticipation of our trip.
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Old 01-05-2014, 05:38 PM   #94
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Are there any current incentives for signing up? I've been thinking about doing it in anticipation of our trip.
I am curious as well.
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Old 01-08-2014, 01:21 PM   #95
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We love this card. We use it a lot. We put all of our expenses on it each month, everything, and then pay it off at the end of the month.

Gas, groceries and restaurants earn you 2%!

In doing this, we have earned over $1000 in Disney Reward Dollars to spend at Disney these past two years. We didn't have to pay anything out of pocket for food for our October trip, and half of our December trip was covered.

I love it as far as rewards cards go.
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Old 01-08-2014, 05:39 PM   #96
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Are there any current incentives for signing up? I've been thinking about doing it in anticipation of our trip.
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I am curious as well.
It's $200 for signing up for the Premier card (annual fee) and $50 for the Rewards Card for new card members. Notice, you'll have to spend $500 in the first 3 months to qualify.

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We love this card. We use it a lot. We put all of our expenses on it each month, everything, and then pay it off at the end of the month.

Gas, groceries and restaurants earn you 2%!

In doing this, we have earned over $1000 in Disney Reward Dollars to spend at Disney these past two years. We didn't have to pay anything out of pocket for food for our October trip, and half of our December trip was covered.

I love it as far as rewards cards go.
I just signed up for the Premier card for the $200 gift card and the 2% reward points! And that 6 months interest free makes it a bit more convenient to go!
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Old 01-10-2014, 04:37 PM   #97
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Have $200 referral codes!

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Old 01-11-2014, 10:30 PM   #98
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We booked our trip thru aaa this past June. Our trip is March 29-April5. We just received our premier card -- can we still get the bonus points/money if we place the balance of the trip on the card? Does the fact that we booked so long ago thru aaa matter? We got the card solely for the points. We are going to turn around and pay off the card/trip.
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Old 01-12-2014, 08:49 AM   #99
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We booked our trip thru aaa this past June. Our trip is March 29-April5. We just received our premier card -- can we still get the bonus points/money if we place the balance of the trip on the card? Does the fact that we booked so long ago thru aaa matter? We got the card solely for the points. We are going to turn around and pay off the card/trip.
You get points for any purchase, so, yes, you'd get points. What I'm not sure about is whether you'd get the 0% financing for 6 months.
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Old 02-04-2014, 09:14 PM   #100
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I got my $200 bas soon as I spent my $500.

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We booked our trip thru aaa this past June. Our trip is March 29-April5. We just received our premier card -- can we still get the bonus points/money if we place the balance of the trip on the card? Does the fact that we booked so long ago thru aaa matter? We got the card solely for the points. We are going to turn around and pay off the card/trip.
You can get your rewards added on at Disney as long as you have over $10 worth of rewards in your account.
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Old 02-07-2014, 05:17 PM   #101
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I was shocked at how quickly the gift card came in the mail. I think it even beat the first month's bill!
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Old 02-08-2014, 06:34 AM   #102
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Just to confirm, if I do not need the benefit of the 0% financing, it is better to pay off my package (which I think is due 45 days ahead of time? ) with Disney gift cards that I get from Target, correct? That way I am getting a 5% discount as opposed to only 1% of visa rewards. Bear with me. Math is not my thing. Thanks.
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Old 02-08-2014, 08:48 AM   #103
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I noticed on the Disney Visa site that the food court at POR has a 10% discount when using the card. If we have the card linked to our MB at check-in than the savings would work automatically for purchases at the food court, right??
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Old 02-08-2014, 08:56 AM   #104
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I noticed on the Disney Visa site that the food court at POR has a 10% discount when using the card. If we have the card linked to our MB at check-in than the savings would work automatically for purchases at the food court, right??
I am not sure about that. Isn't the credit card really linked to your room? The band is just the convenience. In the end, it is a lump sum that you pay with your visa. It you do not swipe your visa at the restaurant, the 10% will not be taken off before it gets sent to your room account.
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Old 02-08-2014, 11:31 AM   #105
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Just to confirm, if I do not need the benefit of the 0% financing, it is better to pay off my package (which I think is due 45 days ahead of time? ) with Disney gift cards that I get from Target, correct? That way I am getting a 5% discount as opposed to only 1% of visa rewards. Bear with me. Math is not my thing. Thanks.
Correct! 5% is better than 1%.
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