Wouldn't it be great if Disney had a loyalty card scheme?

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Wouldn't it be great if Disney had a loyalty card scheme?

I know there has been a lot of discussion about Disney offering less to loyal customers for increased prices. I have always wished that Disney had a loyalty scheme where you could earn points on a card for money spent on resorts, tickets, merchandise, food and beverage etc. The points could then be "spent" at various Disney locations or cashed in for a gift card. Every organisation from grocery stores to restaurant chains seem to offer a loyalty scheme except Disney. what does everyone think?

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Well they do have the Disney Visa. You get points on that for money spent and redeem them for a rewards card that you can spend pretty much anywhere in Disney.

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I was aware of the Disney Visa but it is only available to US citizens. I would love a Disney Visa to be available in the UK.

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Disney Visa is not so good with rewards. Anyway Disney favors first timers over loyalists.

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The Colonel wrote:
Disney Visa is not so good with rewards. Anyway Disney favors first timers over loyalists.

AMEN, we've been using that card like crazy and have just a few points... sad

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JMed wrote:
The Colonel wrote:
Disney Visa is not so good with rewards. Anyway Disney favors first timers over loyalists.

AMEN, we've been using that card like crazy and have just a few points... sad

Well it's the only card we have, I always have at least several hundred dollars in reward points to transfer to my rewards card for every trip,so that give a little bit of play money in Disney and we don't fly so I don't need one of those cards that gives me air miles I would never use anyway. It works for us!

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I'd get one the minute they became available in Canada awesome waiting

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Spook wrote:
I'd get one the minute they became available in Canada awesome waiting

Me too! awesome

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I want a Disney visa Sad no fair

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RobynPrincess wrote:
I want a Disney visa Sad no fair

Move to Orlando! rolling stars

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