Disney Card By Chase

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11%
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22%
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33%
 
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Disney Card By Chase

Postby babybear9925 » Tue Dec 23, 2014 6:40 pm

Does Anyone has a Disney Card By Chase and i Just Want to know how are the rewards and with is the score approve


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Postby popamode72 » Tue Dec 23, 2014 7:57 pm

Couldn't you just get the Chase Disney debit card and get a lot of the same benefits that the Chase Disney credit card has to offer? I can think of better cards from Chase that I'd rather have quite honestly.
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Postby otter » Tue Dec 23, 2014 8:43 pm

popamode72 wrote:Couldn't you just get the Chase Disney debit card and get a lot of the same benefits that the Chase Disney credit card has to offer? I can think of better cards from Chase that I'd rather have quite honestly.


Meh... I can't think of a less appealing Chase card. I guess it might be because I grew up in the shadow of the Disney Rat. If I wanted to, I could find at least 100 people I know who could get me better Disney perks than those offered by the Chase Card.

OP: You live five hours from WDW, you live close enough to the Florida border that you should know the tricks... I can't think of any Floridian who pays full price for Disney.
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Postby CarefulBuilder14 » Tue Dec 23, 2014 10:04 pm

I don't know what the Disney 'tricks' are now, but they definitely used to exist (and I believe still do). Some restaurants would give coupons when you bought a meal.

The no-AF credit card or debit card could be useful some of the time. Annual passes are definitely a great value if you go there often - but be aware most have blackout dates around school holidays.

Some of the perks and discounts are reserved for residents of CA or FL only, and even some of those are closed to new members.

The only appeal I see in the AF credit card is the $100 statement credit, which after the $49 AF is $51. $51 isn't worth an inquiry, new account, AAoA drop, etc. for me.

I'd look at the no-AF credit card or debit card.
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Postby babybear9925 » Tue Dec 23, 2014 10:44 pm

I Just Want to know the Credit Score to get the card also the Benefits I need to Reword that i was in A rush Typing lol
also thank you Guys for the Advice


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Postby Nixon » Wed Dec 24, 2014 6:29 am

No set credit score to get it. Do you have any Chase cards already?
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Postby Brad Bishop » Wed Dec 24, 2014 12:01 pm

If your sole goal is to have Mickey Mouse, Cinderella's Castle, or some other Disney art on a credit card then, yes, this is the card for you.

With regards to rewards or practicality, this seems stupid.

Unless it's changed:
- you get 1% back on spending in Disney Dollars which can only be spent at Disney Parks & Resorts (I bet it's limited to USA) and Disney Stores
- you get some special Meet & Greet times at Epcot. This really isn't that special. It's not like you're getting exclusive characters or anything.
- you get 6 months, I think, to pay for your Disney Vacation at 0% interest (check on that - it's from memory).

That last one MAY be worth it. My thought is to have the money up front and not be in arrears for paying for your vacation.

With regards to the 1%: That's pretty basic on most cards these days. Just get a 1% card from nearly anywhere else and it's actually cash back in USD which could certainly be used at a Disney resort BUT, and more importantly, it can be used ANYWHERE else.

I never got the meet & greet stuff. There are some special rooms at Epcot which allow you to meet characters but the reality is that you can meet these characters with roughly the same line, anywhere else in their parks.

The card seems dumb to me.

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Postby PhoenixDown » Wed Dec 24, 2014 12:12 pm

I picked up the debit card for no other reason than it was better than the regular debit card. I don't use it much and get even less use out of it than the minimal amount I originally expected.

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Postby popamode72 » Wed Dec 24, 2014 1:31 pm

PhoenixDown wrote:I picked up the debit card for no other reason than it was better than the regular debit card. I don't use it much and get even less use out of it than the minimal amount I originally expected.


Same here basically. I've had my debit card like that since I opened up my checking account with Chase last year. It is seriously nice to have a card with a drawing of Mickey Mouse on the front of it in my wallet though but that wouldn't be enough for me to ever want to have the credit card itself.
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