|Initial Bonus $100||Base Earn 1% in Disney rewards dollar||Max Earn 2% in Disney rewards dollar||Earn / Redeem Limit No|
- Earn a $100 Disney Gift Card. after you spend $500 within the first 3 months from account opening. Restrictions apply.
- Earn 2% in reward dollars on card purchases. at gas stations, grocery stores, restaurants, and most Disney locations.
- Earn 1% on all your other card purchases. that's 1 reward dollar for every $100 spent
- Earn unlimited reward dollars on purchases and redeem them for most everything Disney.
- Now redeem toward airline travel on any airline to any destination, anytime. Just purchase airline tickets with your card and then pay yourself back by redeeming your reward dollars toward a statement credit.
- Save 10% on select merchandise purchases of $50 or more at DisneyStore.com and Disney Store locations.
|Intro Rate 0%||Intro Period 6 months||Regular Rate 14.24% (V)|
|Intro RateNot Offered||Intro PeriodN/A||Regular Rate14.24% (V)||Balance Transfer Fee 3%|
|Cash Advance Rate 19.24% (V)||Cash Advance Fee 3% (min $10)|
- Max Late Fee: $35
- Max Overlimit Fee: None
- Max Penalty APR: 24.24% (V)
- Grace Period: 21 days
- Online Response: No
- Foreign Transaction Fee: 3%
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- Stacey Rucker:
Me and my family got an offer in the mail for this credit card we thought it would be perfect for us since we were going to Disney World for the first time.We applied for the card and got approved right away I like the sign up bonus they offered on this card and the fact that I can earn rewards each time I use this card and the points add up rather quickly. I also like the fact that we get 10% off in the Disney store since we have 4 kids it a good bargain for my family we did look at other cards but when we got this offer knew we had to have this card.
April 26, 2013 at 01:30pm
- Howie Tchen:
After being to Disneyland multiple times due to living in Socal and having friends that want to go several times a year, I signed up with the Disney credit card. The main reason being is that I wanted to acquire points and reward dollars back since I'm already spending money at Disneyland, especially when it comes to food and restaurants. While the card isn't spectacular outside Disneyland, the main appeal for me is the benefits while being at Disneyland or shopping at Disney. I mean how could you say no to an extra 10% off on stuff at the Disney store? That alone makes the card worth it. If you are a fan of Disney, or go to Disneyland often I would recommend the Disney premier visa credit card. You will definitely save the money in the long run and the benefits will outpay any of the cost or fees.
March 1, 2013 at 06:56pm
- Anonymous User:
I have a love/hate relationship with this card. It was great when I got the bonus for signing up and using my car. I liked that.I also like that there is no limit on how much I can earn or how much I can redeem. It's nice getting a discount when I buy things from the Disney Store. Using this card when we go to Disney has helped us earn even more rewards. I enjoy being able to earn rewards on all of my purchases too. When I've had to contact customer service regarding any issues, they've been extremely helpful. The problem I have with this card is the annual fee. I use my card a lot, but I also pay off the balance every month. Also, for someone with a credit score as high as mine is, the APR is kind of high. I think this card has the highest out of any other card I have.
February 16, 2013 at 06:39pm
- Anonymous User:
A Disney credit card was a must have for me considering that we live in close proximity to Florida and my kid is a big time Disney fan. Its a wonderful card for a family who often holidays in the Disney World as it offers you great discounts at the theme parks and upon booking Disney tours at certain Disney resorts. It does make your Disney vacation very affordable and enjoyable. These discounts even extend to any Disney merchandise you buy at certain Disney locations. Signing up for this card and spending $500 in the first three months entitles you to a $100 Disney gift card. I also benefit a great deal with the 2% cash back that they offer on purchases made at restaurants, gas stations, grocery stores and most Disney locations, and 1% cash back on all other purchases. I found it pretty cool when they asked me to choose a credit card design for my card from 8 different options. The only negative I have known so far is the $49 annual fee which again does not seem much if you compare it with the perks and cash back rewards you get. Basically it is the best card for families who are frequent Disney visitors.
February 11, 2013 at 07:25pm
- Anonymous User:
Every cardholder that signs up for a Disney’s Premier Visa Card will receive a $100 statement credit after first use of the card. The statement credit should show on your account no later than 8 weeks after your first purchase. The $100 promo is pretty solid when compared to other credit card offers these days, especially when you take into consideration the rewards program this card has to offer.A 2% bonus ($100 spent = Two Bonus Dollars) is earned for every purchase at gas stations, restaurants, grocery stores and most Disney locations. Save 10% off on select merchandise purchases of $50 or more at Disney Store.com and Disney Store locations, and earn 1% bonus ($100 spent = One Bonus Dollar) for every dollar spent on all other purchases and Disney Dollars can be used to redeem almost anything Disney AND used to reimburse travel purchases using your Disney’s Premier Visa Card. Unfortunately, your Disney Dollars do expire per this statement directly from Chase:I used to have it its great.
January 18, 2013 at 06:27pm
- Ja Dasf:
I've been Using this Disney card for awhile now and I don't really know how I feel for it. On one hand, if you're a big Disney buff, I think this card is for you. You can redeem the reward points that you get for varous things, but mostly Disney related items. If you spend $500 within the first couple of months, you get a free $100 Disney gift card. I believe that is pretty cool. If you don't want any Disney products, you do earn 2% when shopping at gas stations and places of that nature. I believe it's an OK card, but If you are a Disney fan it might just be worth it.
November 23, 2012 at 09:37pm
- Anonymous User:
We got an offer for this card in the mail and my wife really wanted it (mostly because she is a huge Disney fan). We have annual passes to the theme park and try to go at least twice a year to make a weekend getaway out of it and also to visit family in the area. At first I thought this was just going to be a novelty card but it has actually ended up helping us out tremendously. We've earned a ton of points good toward all sorts of Disney related rewards and travel, as well as theme park perks that we wouldn't have gotten otherwise. There's an annual fee, but for us it makes sense because we get major discounts on the purchases we make at Disney stores and affiliates (10% and more), and we got a $100 bonus after making $500 in purchases (so that essentially paid for the fee for 2 years in and of itself). The points earned on other purchases (like gas, groceries, etc.) are comparable with other cards and nothing to brag about necessarily. But if you are a Disney fan and make regular trips there or to Disney stores (especially if you have little ones) then this card definitely pays off. If not, then this card probably won't work for you.
November 23, 2012 at 08:34pm
- Doug Miller:
I've had this card for a few years and honestly, I'm not sure if I want to keep it or not. Overall, it is a little expensive since I don't use it enough to justify the annual fee. I'm tempted to call them and see if I can get the fee waived since I've been a customer for so long, and if they don't give that to me, then I will likely just cancel the card. The rewards add up eventually, but really aren't enough to get me to keep the card. If I went to the parks more often, then it would make more sense because those discounts are immediate and tangible. I haven't used their customer service so I can't comment about it, but I'd figure it is the same as everywhere else.
November 8, 2012 at 06:32pm
- Anonymous User:
One of the best cards I've ever used. As someone who frequents the parks (and at times would like to, but can't quite afford it), this card is perfect for helping me pay for a lot of those trips. It can be used at any of the Disney parks, however I've only used it in Florida. As I buy things on it, the reward points stack up quickly and can be used at the parks as Disney currency. I also love that with this card, I can get access to special events or even special discounts for things at the park, like a hotel room. It's perfect!
October 11, 2012 at 03:57pm
- Michelle Kellum:
I decided to get this Disney credit card after a trip to Disney World. The kids were begging to go back as soon as we got home. When I saw this offer, I figured it would be an easy way to save a little extra money towards our next trip. At first I wasn't that impressed with the amount of rewards earned, but I'm surprised by how fast they seem to add up. I love the benefit of the 0% financing for 6 months when I use the card to book a Disney vacation. I recently booked our second trip, and that is helping me spread out my payments to make them more manageable without having to worry about paying interest. There are several other rewards, such as shopping discounts and restaurant deals that are available at times also. I've only had reason to contact customer service once since I've started using this card and the representative was friendly, helpful, and was able to resolve my problem quickly. If you plan to go to one of the Disney parks and/or shop frequently at the Disney store, I definitely recommend this card.
September 27, 2012 at 03:02pm
- John Rea:
The Disney Premier Credit Card is something my daughter wanted me to get. She saw it one day and urged me to get it. Living in Florida, I thought it would be a good idea to try it out since I only live a few miles from Disney World. I have owned the card for a few months now, and I am glad my daughter forced me to get it. The rewards, although not astounding, allows me to save up money for trips to Disney World without having to think about it. Ever since I've gotten this card, I have made monthly trips to Disney World, and my daughter couldn't be happier.
September 5, 2012 at 04:02pm
- Anonymous User:
As a huge Disney fan, I found this credit card to be both extremely useful and handy whenever my family travels to Disney theme parks. Comprised of four individuals, my family has found that this card saved us quite a sum of money whenever we frequented Orlando or Anaheim's Disney property every year. From the cash back benefits to the numerous awards for frequent dining or accommodations, this card has truly made Disney trips both affordable and rewarding. Also, the special rates for hotel rooms and rewards make this a worthwhile card worth investing in. In the end, I would highly recommend this credit card if you or your family wants to enjoy Disney to its fullest.
August 30, 2012 at 05:00pm
- Stephen Samuels:
If you have kids and are looking to gt them presents or treat them to a trip with your rewards then this is a must have. I have two little ones at home and we don't always have the money for trips to Disney but with this card we are able to save up to help with the trip. This is a huge plus and gives us something to look forward to. If you don't have kids or like Disney then don't waste your time as there are better reward cards out there for you. I've never had an issue with customer service on this card and would recommend it to any one that wants to take their family to Disney.
August 30, 2012 at 02:58pm
- Anonymous User:
Getting this credit card was big bonus for our family, as we frequent the Disney theme parks quite often each year. Our kids have a great time and this card is a perfect way to build rewards. The percentage back is a little lower than we would like, but it still is nice to get the rewards to apply towards our Disney trips. The card and the rewards make eating out and accommodations more affordable and give you that extra little bonus while on a trip that comes in handy. We have been to both California and Florida several times and will continue to go back, especially with this highly useful card and the rewards it offers. Highly recommended.
August 30, 2012 at 01:47pm
- Kelsey Nicole:
This card is great for anyone who has frequent access to the parks, or for a family saving up to go on a couple of trips. It can also be used with many (if not all) of the Disney Global Adventures. If you use this card for everyday things that 1% Disney dollars cash back adds up quite quickly. Having the bonus perks for hotels and dining is also very helpful. I would highly recommend this card to parents of toddlers, because the points last for five years and that puts you right at the ideal time to take your little 5-8 year old to visit the most magical place on earth.
August 22, 2012 at 07:15pm
- Greg Takeshima:
I applied and received this card recently because my fiancee is a HUGE Disney fan. One of her girlfriends works for the Hawaiian based Disney Resort called Aulani so that's where we mainly use it. It's pretty cool to bust it out and people instantly always say "Ohh, it's Mikey Mouse!". The card itself is not much different than normal rewards cards. 1% back and you can mainly use it on Disney stuff but that's okay, we're still trying to renew all our blu-rays of Disney Classics. The special rates on hotels are a plus but as long as we travel with her girlfriend we get in to the parks for free!
August 22, 2012 at 05:59pm
- Anonymous User:
This card is really cool. I often go to Disney when I am visiting my relatives in California and Florida, so this is good to build up some free disney currency just from making ordinary purchases. It builds up as I buy my regular things. This way by the time travel times rolls around, I have some points to spend when I make the trip. Additionally, it helps with hotel, parking, and other things disney related. As a result, if you often find yourself going to disney while on vacation, it's worth picking up this card because it will help you out quite a bit.
August 22, 2012 at 04:31pm
- Anonymous User:
I use my Disney Rewards Visa for everything! My spending adds up quickly and comes right back to me as 1% back in Disney dollars, which I put towards my next Disney vacation! We use this card to pay for the bills and all of our expenses, then pay it off in full each month to avoid interest. The reward dollars add up fast and we get great perks with Disney. It's saving up money without having to earn anything extra! The points don't expire until five years after you have earned them, so we plan on going about every five years and using our points toward and extra-special dinner or a more luxurious hotel room! I wouldn't trade this credit card for another one - it's my life!
August 15, 2012 at 07:24pm
- Steve Burell:
I absolutely love my Disney Rewards Chase Visa. As a regular traveler to the Disney theme parks in both Orlando and California, there is nothing better than getting free Disney dollars just for using my credit card throughout the year. I tend to use this card for all of my purchases as well as monthly bills. This really helps the reward points to add up quickly. In addition, there are some really good perks for card members as well including special rates on hotels, park tickets to special events like the Halloween party, plus discounts at retail purchases in the park and some of the dining locations as well. This is a great companion to our Disney trips and really helps us save up money.
August 15, 2012 at 05:12pm
- Jose Flores:
My wife and I use the Disney Premier Credit Card, basically, for the kids. I live in Miami so we go to Disney frequently. If you have kids, I can highly recommend this card for the rewards and its ease of use. It gets much better for you if you have kids and you have to buy presents from the Disney store. You will get a 100 dollar credit after first use, earn two percent in reward dollars on card purchases at gas stations, grocery stores, and MOST Disney locations. Like I said before, you save 10 percent off on select merchandise purchases of 50 or more at Disney store (online) and normal. I have to say that I don’t use this one for every day purchases though. I mean you can get much better rewards from any number of cards.
August 6, 2012 at 03:49pm
- Shannon Scott Johnson:
I love my Disney Dollars... Who wouldn't. The 100 sign on bonus was pretty cool. I pay my bills and stuff using this card and then pay off the monthly balance.. woo hoo... more disney dollars for me. I am planning a family vacation for next year, we are going to Disney! works out perfect and I can use up all my rewards there. Save me and my family a bunch of money. I don't really care for cards that charge annual fees, but the rest of the card and what it offers make up for it completely. With a low interest rate of 14 % I like this card. Yes you have to spend a lot to get a lot, but when in life do you ever get anything for free... If you are going to use a credit card you might as well use one that gives back to you.
August 6, 2012 at 02:42pm
- Kathy Marie Anne:
I just recently applied for this card around last Halloween when we were booking a trip to Disney World. I liked that I got a $100 statement credit after first use. That $100 helped a lot with ticket purchasing for the parks! Another perk, since I am a big Disney fan is the ability to earn 1%-2% in Disney dollars. I was able to choose my design for my card, too. There weren't too many designs, but it was fun being able to pick my own. Another benefit is that since I am a big Disney fan is that I saved 10% off when I shopped and spent over $50 at Disney stores! It is like using a "coupon" by getting 10% back and I love my coupons. Disney World also has Card member locations for Meet N' Greets! There are other rewards, too that can be beneficial to others. However, the ones that I mentioned are what have made me enjoy this card when I use it. I try to pay my balance off every time there is one, so I don't use this card very often. I also recently called Customer Service and was able to get my question answered quickly and not given the run around. If you are a Disney fan and can make use of the rewards, friendly customer service, I definitely recommend this card. However, if you are looking for just basic rewards card, I would look else where as I have another card that offers better rewards for gas and other shopping trips.
August 1, 2012 at 04:18pm
- Cassandra Adams:
I have had great experiences using my Disney card by Chase. I love their rewards program and being able to earn Disney Dollars. Also, when I experienced an issue and had to call customer service, they were very prompt and helpful. They do not charge any additional fees if you accidently charge more than the amount of credit you have. Another aspect of this card that I love is that you get to choose your own design, and their designs are very nice. The only problem that I have come across is that they once increased my credit limit without me approving it first.
July 12, 2012 at 09:51pm
- Sourde Jason:
When I lived in the area my wife and I decided a Disney Premier credit card might be a good investment, considering how much time we were spending at Disney-related areas. Thankfully we weren't let done whatsoever. The 0% on purchases for 6 months was of course a fantastic selling point and it treated us very well. Eventually we fell on harder times and had a more difficult time of paying off previous purchases, but upon calling Visa and discussing our options with them we found they were extremely willing to help us where they could, allowing us flexibility in paying off our remaining balance while still keeping a good credit rating. I'd recommend this card and definitely recommend considering Visa!
July 3, 2012 at 05:49pm
- Karla Ken Rhodes:
We first thought WOW we love Disney and this would be a great way to help us fund our trip. We thought is was a great deal so we sign up for it. Chase Disney Premier Credit Card offers a $100 statement credit after first use. It also offers 0% on purchases for six months. I have to say we have had this card for over two year and maybe have got for maybe two dinners in Disney World. OK not the most ( we where thing hotel room~ yes we think big), but two dinner in Disney World will still help out on our budget. It also offers you free things in Disney like photos. Overall not a bad card.
June 14, 2012 at 08:18pm
- Joe Weider:
Disney is said to be where dreams come true, but does this hold true with the Disney Premier Credit Card? Let’s find out. First of all, the Disney Premier Card requires good or excellent credit for approval and charges a $49 annual fee. That simply clues you into the fact that it better have some good rewards or long 0% intro terms because those things are available from cards with the same credit requirements and comparable, if not cheaper, annual fees. Starting with rewards, the Disney Premier Credit Card offers a $100 statement credit after first use, 2% in Disney Dollars back on purchases made at gas stations, grocery stores, restaurants and Disney stores and locations; 1% back everywhere else. It also offers 0% on purchases for six months. The Disney Premier Card is therefore decent overall. You don’t find many co-branded credit cards offering rewards on big expense categories like gas, groceries and dining, but the fact that each Disney dollar is worth an actual dollar only when redeeming for Disney goods and travel, the usefulness of these rewards is kind of limited. Some alternatives to the Premier Disney Credit Card are in order then. The Chase Sapphire Preferred Card is a good option in the sense that it offers an initial bonus worth $625 in travel or $100 in cash. The Blue Cash Everyday from Amex is also good because it offers 3% cash back at supermarkets, 2% cash back at gas stations and department stores and 1% cash back on everything else.
February 17, 2012 at 11:14pm
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