Mom And Daughter Magic Kingdom Cinderella's Castle
  • On Jul 29, 2013
    Kelsey Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    thank you for all your help Jackie.i was wondering if i could use a chase card to pay for the park tickets and in 5 years do you think i could have enough points to pay for some of the ticket? is it silly that i am planning so far in advance. my kido is1=)

    Hi Kelsey and welcome back!

    Not only is it NOT silly, it's wonderful that you are thinking ahead and planning for your future vacation to Walt Disney World! In my opinion, you can never start planning too early! I'm just thrilled to pieces that you've found the Moms Panel so helpful!

    With a standard Chase card, you'll earn 1% back on your purchases. If you have the Premier card [with the $49 annual fee], you can earn 1%-2% back on your purchases depending on what types of purchases you make. You can absolutely use the Disney Dream Reward Dollars to pay for Park tickets! So, depending on how often you use the card, you can really save up a good amount of points in five years! How ever many you have when you're ready to go on your trip will be really awesome to put toward the cost of your Park tickets!

    My fellow Panelist, Kimberly L. answered a question the other day with lots more info on the Disney Rewards Visa card as well, so be sure to check out her answer too!

    I hope this helps, Kelsey! Keep the questions coming ~ I'm happy to help! :)

    Have a Pixie Dusted day!

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Meet the Panelist: Jackie, Florida

Hi! I'm Jackie, mom to a teenage boy and a tween girl! I've traveled to Disney Parks with toddlers, grandparents, and everything in between and I'm excited to help you plan your Pixie Dusted vacation! So, go ahead, ask me a question or two! Learn More About Jackie

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