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Where To Buy Disney Store Gift Cards


Grocery stores are a great way to purchase a few cards while doing what you normally do. Add a $50 card to each purchase or every other purchase and you are slowly making your Disney dreams come true.




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Both companies offer their own corporate cards and both have their own cash-rewards programs for purchases made in-store. It does not look like there are exceptions to their rewards program but check with them just in case.


If I purchase gift cards online for email delivery can I link them as a form of payment attached to a Magic Band? If you link multiple gift cards will the balance combine or do you have to go through the gift card transfer process on the website then link?


This was so helpful, thanks! My Q is - if I have more than $1,000 in gift cards, how can I pay for my resort package? The disney website only allows you to use one gift card for payment (up to $1,000). Thanks!


Hi Kate! You may have to call to apply multiple gift cards to your package. Ir you could reserve with one then use the link in My Disney Experience to make payments with the other cards after booking.


I use the AMEX Blue Cash and buy gift cards at grocery stores. It's best to buy other items in tandem so AMEX doesn't track that you're buying gift cards, but with that card you get 6% back at grocery stores.


The Visa and Mastercard gift cards are issued by U.S. Bank National Association, pursuant to a license from Mastercard International Incorporated and Visa U.S.A. Inc. Mastercard is a registered trademark, and the circles design is a trademark of Mastercard International Incorporated. No cash access. For use in the U.S. only. See Gift Card for terms and applicable fees.


Did you know that you can pay for your entire Disney vacation with Disney gift cards? Why would you want to do this? Because if you buy discount Disney gift cards, you are in essence saving money on your Disney vacation.


Disney gift cards are pretty much exactly what you think they are, little plastic cards that hold money to be spent on Disney products. Once Disney gift cards are purchased and activated there are no fees and they never expire.


As I mentioned above, you can use Disney gift cards to pay for any aspect of your Disney vacation. However, there are some pieces of the vacation you *might* be able to find cheaper in other ways than using discounted Disney gift cards.


Some of this simply depends on how much of a savings you are able to manage on your discounted gift cards. If you average 5-6%, odds are you can find a greater discount at places like Undercover Tourist.


But there are some great uses of discounted Disney gift cards regardless of how much of a discount you bought them at. Any purchases made during your trip when you are a captive audience fall under that heading.


One more very important thing before we get down to business. I mentioned this briefly a moment ago, but stacking deals is a very in depth and often complicated part of buying discounted Disney gift cards.


If any of the categories listed sell Disney gift cards, you can now get an additional 5% off your purchase. This opens up options for you at grocery stores or Target for an easy 5% discount in the form of earning cash back.


As an added bonus, Discover will match all of your 5% cash back earnings in the first 12 months of spending. That means if you use your Discover It card to buy your Disney gift cards during that 12 month period you actually save 10% on those cards. Score!


In previous years, the bonus quarters for Chase Freedom cardholders are gas stations, grocery stores, home improvement stores, and PayPal. These options open up grocery stores and home improvement stores as discounted gift card options.


This little section is more a discussion on how to get a little more savings towards your Disney vacation as opposed to stacking for gift cards, but sometimes these options will also give you cash back towards your gift card purchases.


Dosh is a cash back app on your phone (or desktop) that allows you to get cash back on day to day purchases. You simply link your credit cards to the app and presto you get the discount at qualifying stores when you use that credit card.


Honestly, with Dosh, I just attached my credit cards to it and forget about it. Every so often I go back into it and find out that I earned cash back from purchases at stores I was going to make anyway.


Once you activate the cashback you simply shop like normal. A few times a year they send you a check for your earnings for that time period. I have a check for $114 in the mail as we speak. That money will go directly into my vacation savings account, which will then go towards buying discounted Disney gift cards.


BJs offers Disney gift cards in a number of denominations, including $25, $50, $100, $150 (3x$50), and $500. Typically, these max out at a 4% discount with the $100 and $500 gift cards as your best options.


The Kroger line of supermarkets is well known to offer 4x gas points as rewards on gift card purchases during promotions. My local ShopRite has offered deals that give me a $10 off coupon for buying $50 in gift cards.


In addition to this, Chase Offers occasionally offers an increased discount at purchases made at Staples. I currently have an offer for 20% off. You better believe I plan on buying Disney gift cards with that!


There are a couple of different ways you can use your discounted Disney gift cards during your trip. The easiest way is to use the gift cards directly at the point of sale. Simply hand over your gift card to the Cast Member and they take care of the rest.


I use the discounted Disney gift cards to pay down the balance every couple of days. But if you forget, a Cast Member can easily take the charge off your card and use the gift cards instead. It just takes a little more work and time.


I highly recommend that you mark the 5 gift cards with the money on them clearly with permanent marker matching the labels you give them on the website (i.e. Dining, November Trip, Resort, etc.) and put them in a safe place.


You can use gift cards to pay charges at Disney resorts, but will still need to keep a credit card on file. To use gift cards, head down to front desk before checkout to pay off balance with a gift card.


Disney also has a dedicated site, DisneyGiftCard.com, which has the biggest selection of designs and even showcases cards that are no longer available (apparently old gift card designs are collectible). This site had some issues for me as described in the section on checking your balance.


How much money can I put on a Disney gift card?When you purchase through DisneyStore.com or DisneyGiftCard.com, you can buy $25, $50, $75, $100, $125, $150, $200, $300, or $500 cards. You can reload up to $1000. Cards not purchased through Disney (like at Target) are in set denominations usually of $25 or $50. When you purchase gift cards at a POS station like a resort merchandise shop, you can choose any amount you wish.


Our Kroger had 4x fuel points last month. I bought $2500 in Disney gift cards to pay off our vacation balance and ended up with 10,000 fuel points or about enough for $1 off per gallon on 10 fill ups.


Similar to what Becky mentioning about Kroger, here in Ohio Giant Eagle offers occasional double Fuel Perks on gift cards. This double Fuel Perks means that for every $50 spent you get 20 cents of your next tank of gas. My wife and I took advantage of this before our last trip purchasing a $500 gift card which meant that the next time we filled up we saved $2 per gallon! We like to look at it as saving $25 on our gift card.


We have been able to buy disney gift cards at BJs- they tropically are $25, $50, $100 or a 3-pack of $50 sold at a discount. We purchased a $100 card for $95.99 and I believe we were able to earn our 2% rewards on our BJs membership. Plus- we still earn our Disney rewards on our Disney Visa card!We also have been asking for disney gift cards as presents for all occasions throughout the year for ourselves and our kids. So far our children have all of their spending money and we are using ours towards extras like the photo pass and very Merry Christmas party tickets!


I love Disney gift cards, I HATE the Disneygiftcard.com site!! i have never been able to check my balance on it!! When we came back from Spring Break I tried on 4 different computers using 2 different OS and still got their annoying error message.


I like to order personalized gift cards from the Disney Store online. We upload our own photos, so the kids have cards with their own picture from previous trips on them. It is a souvenir, as well as an easy way to know which card belongs to which child.


What you won't often find in your quest for savings are Disney gift cards on sale directly to consumers with significant discounts. In order to get meaningful savings, you'll need to leverage a variety of "stacking" strategies where you utilize two or more financial tools or programs. Many of the below strategies are proven to always work, while others have fleeting success on a cyclical basis.


Target coupons and Target Circle (formerly called Cartwheel) offers, in my experience, always exclude gift cards and that is hard-coded at registers, preventing additional savings on Disney gift cards. Of course, 5% is better than 0%, so this is a tried and true way to save a few bucks.


TPG regularly reports on the best Amex Offers that show on American Express cardholder accounts. On a regular basis, that list includes a store that hosts a large, third-party gift card rack. For example, one recent Amex offer was 3,000 Membership Rewards points for spending $300 or more at Best Buy. The Best Buy gift card racks sell Disney gift cards and the offer tracked when using your enrolled Amex card to buy gift cards at Best Buy. TPG values Amex Membership Rewards at 2 cents each, meaning you earn $60 worth of points on a $300 Disney Gift card, effectively equating to a 20% discount.


I then would try and stack this by seeing if I could order Disney gift cards on BestBuy.com and go through a shopping portal for Best Buy on the off chance it tracked. Because there are also often limits to gift card orders online, it's rare that a stack like this would work on a larger scale. 041b061a72


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