Disney Visa Card

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  1. Kat016

    Kat016 DIS Veteran

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    Ok...so nothing in the parks than...that doesn't help is much. But thank you!! :)
     
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  3. mcjingles

    mcjingles Mouseketeer

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    Do you get rewards dollars for the Disney trip package if u charge it all on that card?
     
  4. siskaren

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    All purchases made on the Disney Visa count toward determining reward dollars.
     
  5. mcjingles

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    Another question please. If I have $1000 of rewards $$ and want use use that towards my resort stay how do I "cash" them in?
     
  6. nkereina

    nkereina Wendy Darling

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    You have to order a rewards card through the Chase web site.
     
  7. lmhall2000

    lmhall2000 May the road rise to meet you....May God hold you

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    There is a kiosk at DTD where they can reissue a card! Our card came too late in the mail...we actually got it at the desk when checking in for cruise...nice to know!
     
  8. smitch425

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    Just log on to your Chase account and you can order a card. You can put the minimum amount of $20 on it and then add more instantly by web or phone. It only takes seconds to add rewards. I would be hesitant to put all of the rewards on at once because it is so many, but if you are going to pay the trip off with it prior to arrival, then go ahead and add them. Easy peasy. :goodvibes
     
  9. mcjingles

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    Thx
     
  10. mcjingles

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    Cool. Thx a bunch!
     
  11. SlightlyocdDisneyfan

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    Just recently opened a card myself. Has anyone used the character photo op at Epcot? What was your experience?
     
  12. smitch425

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    Multiple times! It is fantastic! You typically see two (occasionally 3) characters from the fab 5, and it is a secret as to who they will be. Only your party is allowed into the room and the characters are very playful and they take tons of candid photos in addition to the posed shots. You can get one free photo each day, so you could go to Epcot 7 days in a row and get 7 free photos. :goodvibes They recently extended the hours, so the wait times should be next to nothing, especially later in the day.
     
  13. SlightlyocdDisneyfan

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    Wow! Sounds fabulous! Possibly worth the annual fee right there. ;)
     
  14. Kat016

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    We got our pictures taken with Mickey Mouse and Pluto. I was like a little kid. Mickey has been my favorite character for as long as I can remember. I am 39 and acted like a kid with tears in my eyes meeting Mickey Mouse for the first time lol
     
  15. Kat016

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    We don't pay an annual fee...
     
  16. KPetty725

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    We just like that the rewards can only be used for Disney so it's like saving for vacation without thinking about it. Whenever we go to WDW or on a Disney cruise we use our reward dollars as our spending money. :-)

    Oh, there's also the added bonus of getting the "what a cute card" comment every time you buy something. ;-)
     
  17. smitch425

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    You only pay a fee if you get the Premier Visa. The regular Visa has no fee. There is also a regular debit card that offers the same perks, but it does not earn any reward dollars. I have the premier and the debit, so we can actually get two photos per day at EPCOT since we have two different accounts. Last year we did a family shot and a kids only shot, and we did them both two days in a row.:goodvibes
     
  18. Linda T.

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    Where is the meet and greet located at Epcot? Thanks so much for anyone's help.
     
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    From www.disneyrewards.com...


    Perk: At Walt Disney World® Resort, stop by our private location—reserved just for Cardmembers—to meet and pose with some of your favorite Disney Characters. Get a complimentary 5 x 7 photo, too!
    When: Offered daily, 1 PM to 7 PM
    Where to go: Innoventions West at Epcot®
    What to do: Just present your Disney's Premier Visa® Card or Disney Rewards® Visa® Card to enter the event
    Why: It's one of the most unique experiences of being a Cardmember!

    Here is the link to the WDW perks...

    http://disneyrewards.com/perks/wdw-perks
     
  20. Linda T.

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    Thank you Smitch425!
     
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    I'm staying at CR in August, I already received the discount for the room thought the promotion. Would I receive a bigger discount paying with my Disney Visa or is it the same discount as the currant promo?
     

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