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    Disney Visa Card Holder Exclusives

    Got an info pack yesterday about the benefits of being a Disney Visa Card holder. They mentioned that there are exclusive things at the parks such as a meet and greet.

    And then someone at work told me there is a pin for it too.

    Where can I get a list of these things and where to find them?

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    I got the packet as well.. All the benefits are listed there but I'm sure if you visit there site you will find all the info I think its this http://www.firstusa.com/cgi-bin/webc...nt&mkid=6SBE61 Its all listed in the fine print. I'll get back toyou if I find another site
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    I didn't see anything in the packet about where the meet and greet is?

    Just a note that there is one.

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    Last year there was one inside inoventions. It was hard to find but fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wdwfan1313 View Post
    Last year there was one inside inoventions. It was hard to find but fun.
    So anyone know where we can find out times and locations?

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    between 1:30-4:30 pm at Innoventions West at Epcot. hope that helps
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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyHottie View Post
    between 1:30-4:30 pm at Innoventions West at Epcot. hope that helps
    Great! Where did you find that?

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    from the thing I got in the mail just check with a CM because im not sure if they do it everyday
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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyHottie View Post
    from the thing I got in the mail just check with a CM because im not sure if they do it everyday
    Yeah that's why I'm trying to find these things out. Looks like there are some nice benefits, but there aren't documented anywhere!

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    I am going down next week and I am going to have to try and find this. It looks very interesting.
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    well WDW does not have many benefits with this card. There is a meet and greet and then the 20 or 25% dicount . Thats about it. In disneyland there is free stroller rentals. But besides that its nothing to thrilling :/
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    Quote Originally Posted by pgowder View Post
    Got an info pack yesterday about the benefits of being a Disney Visa Card holder. They mentioned that there are exclusive things at the parks such as a meet and greet.

    And then someone at work told me there is a pin for it too.

    Where can I get a list of these things and where to find them?
    http://www.disneyrewardsparkbenefits.com

    No, seriously. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DisneyHottie View Post
    well WDW does not have many benefits with this card. There is a meet and greet and then the 20 or 25% dicount . Thats about it. In disneyland there is free stroller rentals. But besides that its nothing to thrilling :/
    20 or 25% discount would be more than enough of a reward for anyone. Tragically, it's not the case. I believe there is a 10% discount that only applies at the World of Disney store at Downtown Disney.

    Still, 10% is pretty awesome and the big Disney store at DD is pretty much the biggest store in 'the World', with just about everything every other store has, so it's definitely worthwhile holding off at the parks just to see if you can get whatever you were looking for Downtown.

    Edit to add: For those who like the tours, the 20% off of tours can't be underestimated. I took Backstage Magic last year and saved $40. The tour was absolutely amazing and it was even moreso knowing that I paid way less than all the other people with me.
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    How long did the tour take? I've always wanted to take the tour, but I'm concerned that it may take away too much of my time in the parks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NORMNB8S View Post
    How long did the tour take? I've always wanted to take the tour, but I'm concerned that it may take away too much of my time in the parks.
    Backstage Magic is effectively an all-day tour. It takes you through the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, and the Studios. It's listed as a 7-hour tour, but could take more or less time depending on your tourguide and various other variables.

    I've taken Keys to the Kingdom, which is listed as a 5-hour tour (ours turned out to be 5.5 hours). It is only the Magic Kingdom. Starts bright and early at either 8, 8:30, or 9am. It was worth every penny and every minute.

    You can find more info on all the tours at AllEars: http://www.allears.net/btp/tours.htm

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