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Chase & Disney are offering $200 in statement credit on a $500 spend within first 3 months of opening card.

$49 annual fee and 5/24 typical Chase rule may apply.

This was posted earlier but for some reason has been removed?

https://creditcards.chase.com/a1/...disneyscv1
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$49 initial fee or after first year?
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$49 initial fee or after first year?
I can't find that specific piece of information. I'd assume it will apply to first bill unless it's proven otherwise.
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Worth it but not worth it. Probably will still do it.
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There are 2 different versions of this card. One with an AF and one without. The one with the AF has a public promo for $200 after $500 spend. The no AF version also has this promo but only through a referral link provided by someone who has this card. I have the no fee version of this card and it is not subject to the 5/24 rule.
http://frequentmiler.boardingarea...524-count/
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There are 2 different versions of this card. One with an AF and one without. The one with the AF has a public promo for $200 after $500 spend. The no AF version also has this promo but only through a referral link provided by someone who has this card. I have the no fee version of this card and it is not subject to the 5/24 rule.
http://frequentmiler.boardingarea...524-count/
That explains it and thank you. So good idea to browse the DoC link to get a better deal since this site refuses referral links.
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Disney Rewards Visa gives you points back based on percentage. Free card gives you 1% back. Premier card ($49 annual fee) gives you 2% back in groceries, restaurants, gas and everything at Disney (Resorts, Tickets, Vacation Club fees, Cruise, etc). With a just a vacation to WDW you will recoup the fee in no time.

You also get 0% finance for 6 months on WDW packages and Disney Cruises (both cards)

And they are both Visa Signature cards.
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And of course, this little beauty..
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Disney Rewards Visa gives you points back based on percentage. Free card gives you 1% back. Premier card ($49 annual fee) gives you 2% back in groceries, restaurants, gas and everything at Disney (Resorts, Tickets, Vacation Club fees, Cruise, etc). With a just a vacation to WDW you will recoup the fee in no time.

You also get 0% finance for 6 months on WDW packages and Disney Cruises (both cards)

And they are both Visa Signature cards.
Uh- citi doublecash gives you 2% on everything. No fee at all.

Many other cards would give you much higher than 2% on travel.

Paying an annual fee for a 1-2% card makes 0 sense.
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Uh- citi doublecash gives you 2% on everything. No fee at all.

Many other cards would give you much higher than 2% on travel.

Paying an annual fee for a 1-2% card makes 0 sense.
Just stating the facts about this card. Also, Citi DoubleCash is a Mastercard AFAIK
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Just stating the facts about this card. Also, Citi DoubleCash is a Mastercard AFAIK

Sure, but other than shopping at costco I can't think of any reason that matters... (and Costco has its own Citi card that also beats this thing in overall value, also without an annual fee).

The Disney cards are fine for the signup bonus, but certainly never worth keeping and paying an annual fee on- your post suggests you'd "recoup the fee in no time" with the 1-2% reward rate- and the only way to do that is keep using a card that sucks and be losing money compared to other cards by doing so- which is not a good plan.
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I appreciate this thread. I was looking to find the best offer for the Disney Visa card. Through this site I learned I could sign up through Chase and earn $200 after my first $500 spent within the first 3 months and pay an annual fee of $49 or I could earn $50 with the no fee card. So I sucessfully sought out a referral code and will earn $200 with NO annual fee. I found a referral and am getting $200 after I spend $500 in the first 3 months with NO annual fee. The benefit of this card is the Disney Parks discounts, Cruise discounts onboard and the 0% financing for 6 months when booking my cruise. Thanks for the info.
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I appreciate this thread. I was looking to find the best offer for the Disney Visa card. Through this site I learned I could sign up through Chase and earn $200 after my first $500 spent within the first 3 months and pay an annual fee of $49 or I could earn $50 with the no fee card. So I sucessfully sought out a referral code and will earn $200 with NO annual fee. I found a referral and am getting $200 after I spend $500 in the first 3 months with NO annual fee. The benefit of this card is the Disney Parks discounts, Cruise discounts onboard and the 0% financing for 6 months when booking my cruise. Thanks for the info.

Please PM me more info. I would like to know how long until it shows that someone actually used your referral link and how long it takes to credit to your account?
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And of course, this little beauty..
I see what you did there, Putty.

The Premiere card is completely useless since Citi Double Cash gives 2x points on all spend back in cash, Disney is category only. However, there are benefits for frequent park-goers (private free photo sessions with characters, etc.) that make the basic no annual fee version worth keeping in your wallet without ever dropping a dime on it.
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Here are the benefits you get with the card:

https://disneyrewards.com/compare...ell=6CZD11
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