“EARidescent” Disney Visa Card Design Arrives for Walt Disney World’s 50th Anniversary

Disney Visa credit card
Credit: Disney

If you have a Disney Visa credit card by Chase, now is your time to order a new card with an “EARidescent” design just in time for the 50th anniversary of the Walt Disney World Resort!

Credit: Disney/Chase

Current Disney Visa cardholders can change their card designs anytime simply by logging into their account and selecting the new one. If you are just getting your first Disney Visa card, you’ll see the option to select the 50th anniversary design or another one from the collection of Disney characters once you are approved.

Disney Visa cards do not tend to have the most rewards compared to other credit cards out there, but some of the Disney perks do come in handy and it is one of the easier cards to get approved for, so if you are looking to add more credit to your wallet it may be worth taking a look!

Credit: Disney/Chase

With Disney Visa, you can earn 1% back on all purchases (redeemable in the form of a rewards card that you can use on basically all things Disney). And while in the theme parks, Disney Visa cardholders can receive 10% off at most Disney operated merchandise locations and a number of restaurants around property.

Disney Visa cards can come in handy, as can Chase cards in general. Did you know Chase is the only bank that has ATMs on Disney property? You may want to look into a Chase checking account, too, if you are local to Walt Disney World or go to the parks often.

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In any case, we thought we’d share the new design as it is pretty beautiful! It seems like more and more 50th anniversary overlays and products are being announced every day now, so we are sure there will be lots more in store for the next week leading up to The Most Magical Celebration on Earth. Stay tuned!

About Brittany DiCologero

Brittany is a New England-based writer focused on the history of the Walt Disney World Resort. She is the author of "Red, White, and Disney: The Myths and Reality of American History at the Walt Disney World Resort," and "Brittany Earns Her Ears."

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