My #1 Source for Discount Disney Gift Cards

on June 6, 2017

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The EASIEST way to get discount Disney Gift Cards that can be used to save money on your Disney World vacation! Buy discounted Disney gift cards to save on dining, resorts, tickets, and more. #disneyworld #familytravelPaying for all (or part) of your Disney World vacation with discount Disney gift cards is an easy way to save up to 15% off the cost of your trip!

And while there are many places that sell discounted Disney gift cards (Target, CardCash, and Sam’s Club, to name a few),  today I’m sharing my recommended, go-to source: BJ’s Wholesale.

The EASIEST way to get discount Disney Gift Cards that can be used to save money on your Disney World vacation! Buy discounted Disney gift cards to save on dining, resorts, tickets, and more. #disneyworld #familytravel

First, you DO NOT have to have a BJ’s membership to purchase these gift cards! You can buy $100 Disney Gift Cards for $95.99 on the BJ’s website, which is a 4% savings. There is also no tax or shipping!

The BJ’s site now says “Limit 3 per member”, so I’d suggest ordering up to three at a time.

If you purchase these gift cards with a credit card that earns rewards or cash-back, you start to save even more. Read about how you can save up to 15% on these gift cards with the right card in this post.

Alternatively, if you already have a Target RED debit or credit card (read why I love the debit card here), then you can save 5% on Disney gift cards at Target.com and in-store. But if you don’t want to open a new credit or debit card at Target or jump through any other hoops, then saving almost as much at BJ’s is the way to go!

You even can combine the amount from multiple gift cards on the Disney Gift Card site here, making them much easier to manage when you are in the parks.

And for even MORE strategies for saving on Disney gift cards, check out these ways to save on Disney gift cards from our friends over at Points to Neverland.

What Can You Use Disney Gift Cards For?

The EASIEST way to get discount Disney Gift Cards that can be used to save money on your Disney World vacation! Buy discounted Disney gift cards to save on dining, resorts, tickets, and more. #disneyworld #familytravel

There are so many ways to use discount Disney gift cards to save money on your vacation!

First, if you book your trip with a travel agent, you can pay for your entire trip with Disney gift cards! If you want help with every aspect of your vacation at no additional cost to you, I recommend getting a free quote for your trip from one of the expert Disney agents at Destinations in Florida.

If you rent DVC points to save thousands on a Disney Deluxe hotel stay, you can use discounted Disney gift cards to add a Disney Dining Plan to your reservation.

You can use gift cards to buy your park tickets directly from Disney, but you might be able to save more buying discounted theme park tickets from Undercover Tourist.

And, of course, you can use your Disney gift cards in the parks for your food and merchandise purchases.

Discount Disney Gift Card Summary

Keeping track of a bunch of gift cards can be difficult, but thankfully there is a solution. Disney allows you to combine multiple cards into one card here!

Note that if you have more than five to combine, you will have to transfer the balance to the primary card, then delete cards from your collection of “My Cards” as you go.

BJ’s offers the most reliable and hassle-free way to buy discounted Disney gift cards that you can apply to dining, park tickets, and even resort stays. 

The EASIEST way to get discount Disney Gift Cards that can be used to save money on your Disney World vacation! Buy discounted Disney gift cards to save on dining, resorts, tickets, and more. #disneyworld #familytravel

Any questions about buying or using discounted Disney gift cards? Please leave a comment below!

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18 Comments

  • Steph

    I couldn’t figure out how to purchase from BJ’s without buying an online membership.
    But what I really wanted to know is if you can use PayPal on their site. I’m Canadian and have an American Dollar Paypal account, so need to be able to pay this way. Any ideas?

    July 21, 2018 at 4:36 pm Reply
    • Leah

      Hi Steph! You are right, it looks like BJ’s now requires that you at least have an online BJs membership for $10/year to shop on their site at all. I will update the post ASAP to reflect the change. So if you are willing to pay that (you would recoup it if you are buying any more than 2 gift cards) you would be able to get this discount. I checked and you CAN pay via PayPal so if you decide to get the $10 membership you can take advantage of the discount and pay via PayPal.

      July 21, 2018 at 4:51 pm Reply
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  • Jessi

    Actually using the Target RedCard is a super simple way to get 5% off. Not complicated at all. And you can still use Target Gift Cards on Disney Gift Cards at many Targets. It helps to have other items that you are buying at the same time.

    It may not be the highest percentage off, but it’s a sure thing for me, and I can get them the same-day.

    March 20, 2018 at 5:30 pm Reply
    • Leah

      You are right, Jessi! Using a RED card is an easy way to save 5% if you already have one. If you don’t have one and don’t want to go through the process of opening a new credit or debit card, then saving almost as much at BJ’s is the better option. I’ll update the post to reflect this. Thanks!

      March 21, 2018 at 6:45 am Reply
  • Kelly

    Ok. So I read your article and went and purchased 20, $50 gift cards. I didn’t mind the smaller dollar ones because I thought, as you indicated above, that I could combine them on the Disney website. Wish you had mentioned that Disney’s site (de your link above) ONLY allows you to track 5 CARDS at a time.

    February 21, 2018 at 9:46 pm Reply
    • Leah

      Hi Kelly… I looked into this for you. One card should be set as your primary card in the Disney Gift Card website. This will be the card that will carry all of your balance.

      After you add each new card to “My Cards”, transfer the balance to the primary card. After the balance has transferred and shows up on the primary card, click the DELETE button to remove the empty card from your cards. Then you will be able to add unlimited cards to your primary card without any trouble.

      I will update the post with these instructions and please let me know if they don’t work for you. Thank you for reading!

      February 22, 2018 at 6:13 am Reply
  • Susan

    I bought (22) $50 3-packs in June 2017 from BJ’s. In other words, $3,300 worth. It paid for our trip in September. Plus, I used my Discover card which offered a promo of an extra 5% cashback for purchases from a wholesale club. Discover runs that promo every now and then. I had no problem and apparently my order was not flagged even though it was large.

    December 17, 2017 at 2:35 pm Reply
    • Leah

      That is fantastic, Susan! What an easy way to save 10% off your trip!

      February 22, 2018 at 6:14 am Reply
  • Shannon

    I just looked on the website and couldn’t find the Disney GC. Did they take them down?

    November 29, 2017 at 5:22 pm Reply
    • Leah

      The gift cards are still there but the link was out of date. Here is the new link: http://fxo.co/4smh Unfortunately they are $95.99 now, not quite as good a deal but still better than nothing!

      November 29, 2017 at 9:24 pm Reply
  • Jodi

    I actually just purchased 30 $100 cards from BJs – came within a week with no problems. It did seem to take a bit longer than expected to process the order, so maybe it was flagged somewhere along the way, but it processed and had a shipping notification within two days. I would still order a few at a time if possible but we had an upcoming trip over Thanksgiving and just found out about this deal, so we had to do a bulk order that I was VERY nervous about, haha. Worked out great, though!

    November 5, 2017 at 8:33 am Reply
    • Leah

      So glad it worked out for you, Jodi!

      November 5, 2017 at 11:33 am Reply
  • Jack O'Brien

    Last month, I purchased 47 of the 100 gift cards from BJ’s (all at once). The only problem I had was reading the numbers to my travel agent so she could call Disney and read them all over again to apply to my cruise. They came quickly and securely (Fedex or UPS I cannot remember which). It took something like 5 business days.
    I did this all online. I did call to ensure they got my order. The person I talked to was extremely nice and happy with my order.

    November 1, 2017 at 6:14 pm Reply
    • Leah

      That’s fantastic to hear, Jack. I am going to update the post to reflect your experience! Have a great time on your cruise!

      November 1, 2017 at 6:47 pm Reply
  • Rachael

    Why do you only buy a few at a time? and how long does it take to ship to you? Thanks!

    September 17, 2017 at 4:27 am Reply
    • Leah

      Hi Rachael! I’ve read that if you try to order more than 2-3 gift cards at a time your order might be declined or flagged. I guess they want to discourage folks from buying in bulk and reselling? It doesn’t take too long for delivery – maybe 4 or 5 days? Hope that helps!

      September 17, 2017 at 6:27 am Reply

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