Disney VISA Benefits

Discussion in 'Disneyland (California)' started by my3kids, Nov 8, 2006.

  1. my3kids

    my3kids <font color=blue>Helpful Cruise Board regular!<br>

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    The Chase website still says no specials but I know DISsers have found a page that shows the previous specials were valid for the upcoming year also. Does anyone know that page with what is available. Maybe a free photo, some dining discounts....

    Leaving in about a week! :sunny:
     
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  3. MATTERHORN

    MATTERHORN <font color=purple>HA HA take that all of you unco

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    I don't know the page but I know they are still doing 10% off at a few restaurants, the free character photo by Ariel's Grotto restaurant in DCA, and a free stroller rental. Hope this helps!
     
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    misscampbells Disboard Junkie in Idaho

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  5. Tasmen

    Tasmen Crazy Cat Lady

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    I was getting 10% off any $50 or more merchandise purchase in the parks. They give you the AP discount.
     
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    None of the specials look that great. 10% isn't much. It would be nice to find out what the vacation package prices are for given dates and hotels without having to get the card. We are going week after Easter, typically a busy time. All the Expedia rates for Disney Hotels are at full rack rates. Californian is over $400/night for a hotel room. I heard Pier and Disneyland Hotel are quite a walk, not much closer than a lot of the surrounding motels. Ya, you get the disney experience but for $275-$450/night for a hotel room? No thanks. If the VISA could get me into the Californian for under $300/night then I'd consider it though.
     

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