The Disney Premier Visa credit card from Chase is the perfect card for any Disney loving family. Whether you are a frequent Disney visitor or planning your first vacation to the Magical Kingdom, this is a credit card to consider. While this card might not be perfect for normal travelers, it is the best for any family with a little Mickey or Minnie Mouse wannabe.
The Disney Premier Visa card has a pretty standard rewards program attached to it, with a nice gift to offer new cardholders. You will receive a $100 statement credit after your first purchase. On top of that you will receive 2 percent in rewards dollars on purchases at gas stations, grocery stores, restaurants and most Disney locations. You will receive 1 percent on all other card purchases. You can then redeem your Disney rewards dollars on different Disney items such as theme park tickets, Disney toys, hotels, airplane tickets and more.
While the rewards program might be pretty standard, the Disney Premier Visa card from Chase offers a multitude of other great perks. You can save 10 percent off any $50 purchase from the DisneyStore.com or any Disney Store locations. You will also be able to take part in a special Disney character Meet “N” Greet at a cardholder location inside the theme park. Have your picture taken with your favorite Disney characters and then receive a free 5×7 photo keepsake.
Another nice feature is that you will pay 0 percent APR for the first six months on select Disney Vacation packages. After that, it will be the normal variable 14.24 percent APR.
While this is a great credit card for the Disney lover, it does come with a $49 annual fee. If you will be visiting a Disney theme park anytime soon or if you shop frequently at The Disney Store then this is the perfect card for you. If you are not planning a Disney trip soon, you will want to compare the benefits and see if it will outweigh the cost. Make sure you remember to take the cash back on gas, groceries and other purchases into consideration when making your decision.
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