Did you know that you can use Disney gift cards for virtually everything on Disney property? You can even use your Disney gift cards to pay for your vacation. Purchasing Disney gift cards can also offer you money saving opportunities (read about saving money with Disney gift cards here).
You can also help pay for your vacation by telling your friends & family members that you would like to have Disney gift cards for every Birthday, Christmas or any other celebration gift. When you do that, you can amass quite the collection of Disney gift cards that can be difficult to keep track of. To make things simpler, why not register your Disney gift cards online at www.DisneyGiftCard.com? By doing this you can accomplish multiple things:
1. Track Balances: You can easily track your gift cards and their balances all in one place.
2. Combine Gift Cards: You can transfer / output all of your Disney gift cards into one single card. Your travel agent will LOVE this if you are paying for your trip with your gift cards; take my word for it 😉 Also, if you plan to take your cards with you on your Disney vacation, you will only have to keep track of a single card instead of multiple cards. You can store that card in your room, charge on your MagicBand in the parks (if you have one) and then take your gift card to the front desk to pay off your room balance before you check out. This way you don’t even have to carry your gift card to the parks with you.
Below I have created a step by step process on how to collect and combind your Disney gift cards on www.DisneyGiftCard.com
Step 1: Go to www.DisneyGiftCard.com
Step 2: click “login” in the top right corner
If you already have an account on DisneyGiftCard.com, then you may login here and skip steps 3 – 5 and begin adding gift cards with step 6
Step 3: If you do not have an account click “Get Started”
Step 4: Fill in your information and click “Create Account”. STAY ON THE VERIFICATION PAGE where you are re-directed and check your email for your “verification code”.
Step 5: Once you get your verification code in your email, enter it & submit it and you are all set up to enter your Disney gift cards.
Step 6: Enter Gift Cards: Go to the top of the page click “manage cards” and “my cards”.
Step 7: Scroll down to the Add A Card section. Here you can name each card; you can number them or give them something a personal name like “Birthday gift from mom”; you are not required to name your cards. Enter your card account number and then the security code and click the blue “add Card” button. You will receive an email for each card that you have successfully added.
I have added 3 cards in order to demonstrate how this works. Be sure to save one single card as your primary card; do not lose this card. I wrote on the front of my primary card with a black sharpie so that I could keep track of it.
Tip: be sure to save all of your gift card in an envelope until your trip is over; in the case of any refunds, your money will be refunded to the card/s.
Step 8: Now it is time to transfer the balance from your card onto a single, primary card. You can do this in several ways.
You can transfer the balance by clicking the “TRANSFER BALANCE” icon under each card when you are on the “manage cards” page.
In the next pop-up screen you can choose which card you want to transfer the balance from and which card you want to transfer the balance to.
You can also transfer the balance from your cards, by clicking “manage cards” and “transfer balance” and following the instructions. You will need to click on / select a card to transfer the balance from on the left & then a card on the right to where the balance is going. (your Primary Card). After you have selected the card to transfer from, by clicking on that card’s balance, simply click the green “transfer balance” button.
You will receive an email for each successful balance transfer from one card to another.
After you have transferred your balances to a single card, you will see a balance on only your primary card and the remainder of the cards will have a zero balance as you can see in my shot below.
Now you can also click the x next to the empty cards & delete them from your account if you choose to. I would still recommend saving all of your cards, in an envelope, until your trip is over and using a marker to mark the card with the money on it as your primary card.
This makes is much easier to keep track of all of your Disney gift card money on one single card and simplifies the process if you are using your card to pay for your trip; your travel agent ((me)) will thank you for this!!
My name is Melissa Mathies and I am a travel agent with Main Street Adventures Travel Agency. I am also a mom and deal seeker extraordinaire. Contact me for a free no obligation, quote for your next Disney vacation. My concierge planning service comes at no added cost to you. The cost to book through a travel agent is the same as the cost to book directly through Disney and you get free planning, advice & tips. Melissa@PixieDustAdventures.com
Thank you for reading – Melissa Mathies