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  • On Feb 23, 2024
    Kelsey from IN Asked Please note that experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I understand you can combine 6 gift cards, is that in a single "transaction"? Can I add another 6 to that 1 after or would there be 2 separate gift cards?

    Welcome to planDisney, Kelsey!

    I love using Disney gift cards at Walt Disney World Resort. I have one and so does each of my kids. When my kids get gift cards for birthdays or Christmas, we consolidate the amounts on their cards so they have their own money and know how much they have for treats and souvenirs. It's never too early to teach budgeting and finance-based decision-making, is it?

    Consolidating and managing your Disney Gift Cards is easy. Once you go to the disneygiftcard.com site, you can log in with the same credentials (e-mail and password) as you use for My Disney Experience to make resort reservations and manage your trip on the My Disney Experience App. You can have up to six cards stored in your gift card account at any time. 

    Each card in my account has a name, after its owner. Mine is "Jana," and it is where I transfer amounts from all of my Christmas and birthday gifts and the cards I purchase throughout the year to spread the cost of a trip out a bit. When I get a new card, I'll add it with a simple name like "1" and then transfer the amount to my "Jana" card and delete "1." Since I have three saved cards, I can add up to three new cards, but I have to transfer the funds and delete these if I want to add any more. It's a system that works well for me.

    To directly answer your question, you can have up to six cards registered on the Disney Gift Card site. You can combine as many of these as you would like. You would select the card you want to transfer from and the card you want to transfer to. If you transfer all of the funds from one card to another, the site will ask if you want to "transfer and delete" or "transfer and keep" the about-to-be-empty card. You can instantly see the transfers, and you should get e-mail confirmations of the transactions.

    There is no limit on the number of transfers you can make to a card. I've had the same three cards for more than 10 years -- and I keep adding and depleting and adding some more. There is only a limit to the amount you can have on a single card: currently $1,000. If you have $1,001 or more, right now, you would need to have two cards registered. Not all problems are bad problems, right?

    I hope I answered your question and my descriptions make sense. If not, please come back and ask me to clarify or help. 

    Have a magical day!
    Jana
     
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Meet the Panelist: Jana, Georgia

Hi, everyone! I’m Jana, a Disney-loving wife and mom from Atlanta. My boys (my husband and sons) are the greatest joys in my life. We have so many magical memories from our vacations at Walt Disney World Resort and aboard Disney Cruise Line. I welcome the chance to share my knowledge and advice in helping you plan your visit to the Most Magical Place on Earth. Learn More About Jana

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