If you have small children, it’s likely they’ve been begging you to take them to Disney World. Just about every kid dreams of going to this magical place and meeting his or her favorite Disney characters. The only thing is these trips can get quite expensive. Unless you have a ton of money to spend, it can be a financial strain to finance a Disney World vacation with all the extras. After you’ve spent money on your airfare, hotel stay, food, and Disney souvenirs, there’s not much left.
If you still want to treat your family to Disney, there are some tips and tricks that can help make it possible. Here are Disney secrets savvy credit card holders use to save money.
1. Use Chase ultimate rewards
Chase cards that have the Ultimate Rewards feature let you earn points on all your purchases. You can redeem points for pretty much any purchase, such as travel, cash back, or gift cards. The best part is your points don’t expire. So if you don’t have one already, think about signing up for Ultimate Rewards, and use the points to help defray the cost of your next Disney trip. The Chase Freedom Unlimited card will even give you $150 cash back after spending $500 on purchases in the first 3 months.
Next: Speak to the right travel agent.