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[Expired] Disney Visa Cards Increased Welcome Offers [Ending Soon!]

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We’re big fans of Disney at Upgraded Points, which is why we’re glad to see that Chase and Disney are out with new welcome offers on their co-branded credit cards, but these offers are set to end soon on May 1, 2024, at 6 p.m. EST.

While these may not be as popular as some other rewards-earning cards, these offers are solid and the cards can offer value in the right situations. Let’s take a look.

Last Call on Elevated Disney Credit Card Welcome Offers

Both of Disney’s co-branded credit cards are offering increased sign-up bonuses, with the ability to earn up to $400 in statement credits after meeting minimum spending:

  • Disney® Premier Visa® card: Earn a $300 Statement Credit after you spend $1,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening.
  • Disney® Visa® Card: Earn a $300 Statement Credit after you spend $1,000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening.

As you can see, the minimum spending requirements are pretty low, which makes this an easy offer to earn, even if you don’t spend a lot on credit cards.

The Disney Premier card charges a $49 annual fee and offers 2% back in Disney Rewards Dollars on purchases made at Disney, gas stations, grocery stores, and restaurants, plus 1% back everywhere else.

The Disney Visa card, meanwhile, is a $0 annual fee card. It earns 1% back in Disney Rewards Dollars on all purchases, everywhere.

Benefits of Disney Credit Cards

Disney’s credit cards offer some unique benefits, including:

  • 10% discount on select dining at Disneyland and Walt Disney World
  • 10% discount on eligible shopping purchases, including ShopDisney
  • Intro APR offers on select Disney vacation packages:
    • Disney Premier card: 0% promo APR for 6 months on select Disney vacation packages from the date of purchase, after that a variable APR of 19.24% - 28.24%
    • Disney Visa card: 0% promo APR for 6 months on select Disney vacation packages from the date of purchase, after that a variable APR of 19.24% - 28.24%
  • Discounts on eligible Disney Cruise Line purchases
  • Cardmember photo opportunities

If you aren’t a Disney annual pass holder, holding one of these cards can be the best way to save money on your purchases. After all, those who’ve headed to any Disney parks know that the costs can add up —especially when you factor in meals and souvenirs. What’s more, you still receive that 10% discount, even if the card you’re holding doesn’t charge an annual fee.

Final Thoughts

Those interested in traveling to Disney who want to save some money should consider opening one of Disney’s co-branded credit cards. With these welcome offers, you can earn statement credits of up to $400, plus score exclusive benefits such as discounts, earning Disney Rewards Dollars, and special vacation financing.

If you are interested in either Disney card, make sure you apply before these increased welcome offers end on May 1, 2024, at 6 p.m. EST.

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Carissa served in the U.S. Air Force where she developed her love for travel and new cultures. She started her own blog and eventually joined The Points Guy. Since then, she’s contributed to Business Insider, Forbes, and more.

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