How to Get Chase Debit & Credit Card Designs (Disney Discounts) [2022]

Sometimes it’s nice to add a little bit of a personalized touch to your debit and credit cards to keep things interesting. And it’s even nicer when this comes with the added plus of additional discounts and perks that can save you money on things you love like travel. 

In this article, I’ll tell you everything you need to know about custom Chase debit card designs, including all your different options and how they can offer you special savings. I’ll also show you which Chase credit cards come with custom deigns as well. 

What type of Chase debit card designs can I get? 

Chase offers several different types of debit card designs that you can choose from.

The catch is that all of them are Disney inspired so hopefully you are a fan of the Mouse.

If you’re looking for sports teams you can’t get that with Chase, and other issuers have dropped sports-related card options like Bank of America with MLB and Barclays with the NFL. You might still be interested in the Marvel credit card, though.

Below are the different types of custom debit card designs that you can choose from with Chase. Note: Disney Visa Debit Cards are not available for Chase High School Checking and Chase Access Checking accounts.

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Mickey Mouse debit card

Disney Cinderella’s Castle debit card

Frozen debit card

Star Wars — Darth Vader debit card

Star wars — BB-8 debit card

Mickey Mouse Gang debit card

Disney Debit card discount perks 

With the Disney debit cards, it’s not just about getting a custom design to showcase your Disney loyalty, either.

You can actually enjoy some additional discounts and save some cash money.

These discounts come with a lot of exclusions and terms and conditions so be sure to read up on the terms so that you know for sure if you’ll be eligible for the discount. 

With the Disney debit cards, you’ll be able to get the following benefits: 

Disney store discount

At the shopDisney, you can find all sorts of different products like apparel, toys, accessories, and even products for your home.

Also, if you’re looking for things like Disney costumes for your kids this could be a great place to find them. Sometimes you can even find free shipping which makes this discount even more valuable.

Photo perks at Disney

  • Cardmember-exclusive Character Experience photo opportunities with Disney or Star Wars Characters, held in private locations at Walt Disney World Resort and the Disneyland Resort.
  • Entry is good for up to 6 people per cardmember account and each cardmember account may be used for entry only one time per day.
  • Offer includes complimentary downloads of your Disney PhotoPass photos taken at the Disney Visa Character Experience location that are associated to your Disney account.

Picture downloads may cost $14.95 so this could be an easy way to save a pretty substantial amount of money, especially if you will be downloading pictures for up to six people. (Keep in mind that Disney does offer special passes like MaxPass that allow you to download unlimited photos.)

Discounts on merchandise

  • 10% off select merchandise purchases of $50 or more at select locations at Walt Disney World Resort and the Disneyland Resort

Discounts on dining

  • 10% off select dining locations most days at Walt Disney World Resort and the Disneyland Resort.
  • Offer excludes alcoholic beverages, select new food and beverage offerings, merchandise, tobacco, room service, holiday buffets, tax and gratuity.

You can get discounts at some of the most popular dining destinations in the parks like:

Kona Cafe (Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort), Tiffins (Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park), Biergarten Restaurant (Epcot), The Wave…of American Flavors (Disney’s Contemporary Resort), and many others.

Just be aware that the discounts likely won’t be valid on certain dates: 4/17/22, 5/8/22, 5/30/22, 6/19/22, 7/4/22, and 9/5/22.

Discounts on tours and “recreation experiences”

  • 15% off the non-discounted price of select guided tours at Walt Disney World Resort and the Disneyland Resort.
  • 10% off the non-discounted price of select recreation experiences at Walt Disney World Resort. 

Guided tours

The following is a list of guided tours that are included at the Disneyland Resort:

  • Walk in Walt’s Disneyland Footsteps (Guided Tour)
  • Disney’s Happiest Haunts Tour (offered seasonally)
  • “Holiday Time at Disneyland” Tour (offered seasonally)

The following is a list of guided tours that are included at Walt Disney World Resort:

Magic Kingdom Park

  • Disney’s Family Magic Tour
  • Disney’s Keys to the Kingdom Tour
  • Disney’s The Magic Behind Our Steam Trains Tour
  • Taste of Magic Kingdom® Park VIP Tour
  • Ultimate Disney Classics VIP Tour
  • Walt Disney: Marceline to Magic Kingdom Tour

Some of these tours like the Disney’s Family Magic Tour are only $39 so the savings are pretty modest. But other tours, such as the tour described below in the Animal Kingdom are much more expensive so the savings or more impressive.


  • Gardens of the World (offered seasonally)
  • The UnDISCOVERed Future World Tour
  • Epcot Seas Adventures — Dolphins in Depth
  • Epcot Seas Adventures — Aqua Tours
  • Epcot Seas Adventures — DiveQuest
  • Behind the Seeds
  • World Showcase: DestiNations Discovered

Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park

  • Wild Africa Trek
  • Savor the Savanna: Evening Safari Experience
  • Ultimate Night of Adventure VIP Tour

Just to give you an example of the savings here, the Wild Africa Trek tour is about $200 to $265 per person. With a 15% discount, that’s a savings of $40 per person.

So with the family of five, you’d be saving $200 total on a tour costing $265 per person. Not bad for simply having a debit card.

Multiple Theme Parks, Backstage Areas and Resort Hotels

  • Ultimate Day of Thrills VIP Tour
  • Ultimate Day for Young Families VIP Tour
  • Ultimate Day at Epcot International Food & Wine Festival
  • Ultimate Disney Classics VIP Tour
  • Ultimate Night of Adventure VIP Tour
  • Backstage Magic
  • Disney’s Holiday D-Lights Tour (offered seasonally)
  • Disney’s Yuletide Fantasy (offered seasonally)
  • Wilderness Back Trail Adventure

Recreation experiences

The following is a list of recreation experiences that are included at Walt Disney World Resort:

  • Carriage Rides at Disney’s Port Orleans Resort and Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground
  • Horseback Trail Rides at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground

Tips for using these perks

Here are three things to always keep in mind when going for these discounts.

Always have your Chase debit card

  • Make sure that you always have your Chase debit card on hand because you may need to show it in order to take advantage of perks like the special photo opportunities. 

Be sure to mention the discount

  • When using your Chase Disney debit card for the retail discounts be sure to mention that you are entitled to the discount due to your debit card.

Always check for exclusions

  • There are lots of exclusions for the merchandise discount such as ticket media, Disney Gift Cards, Park Admission, Arcades, tobacco, alcohol, Outdoor Vending (e.g., in-Park balloon vendors, glow vendors) and many others you can read about it the terms here
  • Dining discount excludes alcoholic beverages, select new food and beverage offerings, merchandise, tobacco, room service, holiday buffets, tax and gratuity

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Is it free to get a custom Chase debit card?

Yes, Chase will issue you a custom debit card design for free. 

How do I order a custom Chase debit card?

Simply call the phone number on the back of your debit card or call 1-800-935-9935. You can also go here to order your card online if you are a Chase customer. 

The card should arrive within five to seven business days in an unmarked envelope. If you want to expedite your debit card and receive it within two business days you can do that but you’ll have to pay $5 for the expedited delivery fee. 

Can I get custom Chase business debit card designs?

Chase does not currently offer custom business debit card designs so that it currently not an option.

Can I get Chase custom credit cards?

Chase also offers custom credit cards but not for most of their credit cards.

If you are going for some of their best rewards cards like the Chase Sapphire Preferred or Chase Sapphire Reserve, you’re not going to be able to customize those credit cards.

You also won’t be able to customize most of the co-branded credit cards like the Chase Southwest, Marriott, IHG, United, and other similar cards. 

But, like you might expect, you can get custom Disney credit cards. Just like the debit cards, there are a lot of different options to choose from (10 unique designs).

You can get these custom cards with the Disney Premier Visa Card and the Disney Visa Card. The Disney cards aren’t the best travel rewards credit cards because they don’t come with the highest welcome bonuses or with the best bonus earning potential, so I’d consider other Chase cards (like the Sapphire Preferred or Sapphire Reserve) if you are truly interested in maximizing your travel rewards. 

Final word

I would recommend anybody remotely interested in Disney to get a custom Chase debit card design. It’s free to do so and it can save you money on a lot of different types of Disney purchases and get you access to special photo opportunities. The cards also look pretty cool as well and can help your card stick out so that it’s easier to locate. 

Disney Premier Visa Card Review (Custom Designs) [2020]

The Disney Premier Visa Card is an extremely popular travel rewards card offered by Chase. I know many Disney-lovers with this card and often come across others who have it or are thinking about picking it up.

But is this card actually a valuable card or is its popularity just the result of great marketing and placement by the Disney media machine?

In this article, I’ll break down the Disney Premier Visa Card and tell you everything you need to know about its benefits and perks. I’ll talk about Disney Rewards, custom card designs, and how things like the airline credits work.

Welcome bonus

The Disney Premier Visa Card typically comes with a $200 statement credit after spending $500 in the first three months. I have also seen this card offering a welcome bonus worth $250.

Personally, I don’t think that it is necessary to wait for the $250 bonus to come around and jumping on the $200 statement credit is probably decent enough (sometimes the no-fee version even has a $200 offer).

You can find other Chase cards with much more valuable welcome bonuses like the Chase Sapphire Preferred which offers a welcome bonus of 60,000 points after spending $4,000 in the first three months. Those 60,000 points will be worth at least $600 but could easily be worth much more than that for travel expenses.

So for the average Disney fan/tourist, the Disney Premier Visa Card’s bonus can be a nice boost but for someone trying to really maximize their wallet, they would want to go with other cards with more lucrative offers.

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Bonus categories

  • 2% in Disney Rewards Dollars on card purchases at:
    • Gas stations
    • Grocery stores
    • Restaurants
    • Most Disney locations

The eligible Disney locations where you can earn 2% back with this card include locations at:

    • Walt Disney World® Resort,
    • the Disneyland® Resort,
    • Disney store locations in the U.S.,
    • Disney Cruise Line,
    • Disney Vacation Club® and
    • Adventures by Disney®

The big difference between this card and the no annual fee version is that with the Disney Premier Visa Card you can earn 2% on some purchases and the no annual fee version only earns 1% back on all purchases.

If you are serious about maximizing your rewards on spend you can do much better than 2% back on gas, groceries, and restaurants. For example, I earn 4X at restaurants and US supermarkets with the Amex Gold Card and those earnings come out to around 7%, which is way higher (though the annual fee is a lot higher).

If you want to earn more bonus points on your travel purchases on Disney Tickets, consider booking your tickets through Undercover Tourist, which codes Disney bookings as travel. Some cards like the Sapphire Reserve could earn you 3X Ultimate Rewards on those Disney purchases versus the 2% back.

Also, you can use cards like the Chase Ink Business Cash or Chase Freedom to purchase Disney Gift Cards and sometimes earn a whopping 5X Ultimate Rewards which would be like getting close to 10% back depending on your valuations (though you have to deal with gift cards and could lose out on travel protections).

I will say that earning 2% back on all of these categories on one low-annual fee card is not that bad. It’s just worth noting that there are no annual fee options out there that offer 2% back on all purchases and other alternative routes that will be more lucrative.

So if you use the Disney Premier Visa Card for your all or most of your spend, you’re getting decent rewards but just know that you could probably be doing a lot better. 


The rewards for the Disney Premier Visa Card are a little confusing to some people but here’s how it works.

First, you will earn 2% back in the form Disney Rewards Dollars with your Disney Premier Visa Card. So it is important to realize that you are not earning “cash back” but instead “Disney Rewards Dollars.” One Disney Rewards Dollar is worth $1 USD. 

Once you have earned Disney Rewards Dollars, you can then transfer those points to a Disney Rewards Redemption Card or use them for a statement credit towards airline ticket purchases.

Here is an important thing to note: once Disney Rewards Dollars are transferred onto a Disney Rewards Redemption Card, they cannot be transferred back into your Disney Rewards account. This means once you transfer them, you can no longer use them for a statement credit towards airline ticket purchases.

After linking your Disney Rewards and Chase account, you will need to order a Disney Rewards Redemption Card which you can do by going to the Disney Visa Account page and selecting “Order a new Disney Rewards Redemption Card,” or by calling 1-800-300-8575. I believe you’ll need 20 Disney Rewards to order your Disney Rewards Redemption Card and you are allowed a maximum of two.

It could take two to three weeks for you to receive your card and you’ll need to activate it when it arrives. However, if you are pressed for time there are a few locations at both Disneyland and Walt Disney World where you can pick up a Disney Rewards Redemption Card.

Disney Rewards Redemption Card

There are a lot of places within the Disney Universe where you can use your Disney Rewards Redemption Card. Obviously, many cardholders will want to use their Disney Rewards at the main Disney theme parks but don’t forget about places like Disney Springs, Downtown Disney, Disney Cruises, etc. (You can also use your Disney Rewards for Disney/Pixar/StarWars movies at AMC theaters.)

You can see all the different ways to redeem your Disney Rewards here. 

Airline credit

You can use your Disney Rewards Dollars for a statement credit towards airline ticket purchases made with your Disney Premier Visa Credit Card within 60 days after your purchase. 

Note that Disney Rewards Dollars cannot be redeemed for an airline statement credit using a Disney Rewards Redemption Card. Also, the no annual fee Disney card does not get this perk.

The airline credit redemptions start at 50 Disney Rewards Dollars for a $50 airline statement credit. One good thing about this credit is that you don’t have to be flying to Disney to use it — you can activate the credits for tickets with any airline to any destination. But keep in mind it doesn’t apply to incidental expenses like baggage fees.

The airline statement credits will post to the card account within five to seven business days of a request to redeem.

Related reading: Southwest Vacations Guide: Does it Really Save you Money? 

0% promotional APR

  • 0% promotional APR for 6 months on select Disney vacation packages from the date of purchase.

Let’s face it, Disney trips aren’t cheap. In some cases you’ll need to carry a balance to finance your trip. This 0% APR period of six months can help you do that.

It is worth noting that if you’re really trying to avoid interest, you can find other cards offering 0% interest for much longer periods, such as 12, 15, or even 18 months. So if avoiding interest it a top priority, you might want to think about other options with longer promotional APR periods.

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Disney Premier Visa Card Benefits

The Disney Premier Visa Card comes with a lot of benefits that can save you money.

Merchandise discount

  • 10% off select merchandise purchases of $50 or more at select locations at Disneyland and Disney World

Special photo ops

  • Special photo ops with Disney or Star Wars Characters, held in private locations  (You also get downloads of your photos.)

Dining discount

  • 10% off select dining locations most days at Disneyland and Disney World.

Tours discount

  • 15% off the non-discounted price of select guided tours at Disneyland and Disney World.

Shopping discount

  • 10% off select purchases at Disney store and

Events at Disney Stores

  • Access to exclusive Disney Visa Cardmember events at Disney store.

VIP Broadway package

  • VIP Package at Disney broadway shows like The Lion King when you use your Disney Visa Card to purchase premium tickets.

Something that I should point out is that you can get most of these benefits with the Disney debit card for free and also on the no-annual fee Disney credit card. Check out that article for more on how all of the discounts work and all of the terms and conditions.

And remember to always carry your Disney card with you just in case you need it for the perks!

Travel and purchase protections

With the Disney Premier Visa Credit Card, you can get some decent travel and purchase protections that come with the card.

Baggage Delay Insurance

Baggage delay will reimburse you for essential purchases like toiletries and clothing for baggage delays over six hours up to $100 a day for three days. It’s nice that it kicks in after six hours and usually you’ll always have your bags by three days, so this is a good perk for a low annual fee card.

Purchase Protection

Purchase protection covers your new purchases for 120 days against damage or theft up to $500 per claim and $50,000 per account. The $500 is very low compared to premium cards like the Chase Sapphire Reserve that have a $10,000 limit! If you really want solid purchase protection, you should consider putting your purchase on a card like the Chase Sapphire Reserve.

Extended Warranty Protection

This will extend the time period of the U.S. manufacturer’s warranty by an additional year, on eligible warranties of three years or less. Again, this is a great perk for a low annual fee card though better warranties can be had with Amex cards that add time to warranties up to five years.

Disney Premier Visa Card card designs

One thing that many people love about the Disney Premier Visa Card is that you can choose from one of many different credit card designs. Although design has no bearing on the benefits, for Disney and Star Wars fans, it’s fun to whip out a Chewbacca credit card (much like it can be for the Marvel cards).

Chase will let you change your design as much as you’d like for no additional charge. Furthermore, each authorized user can choose a unique card design.

Here are some of the designs available in the fall of 2019, but I believe that some of these do change on a semi-regular basis.

These are different from the debit cards designs, so it’s possible that you could have two different Disney designs on your cards if you bank with Chase.

Annual fee

  • $49

The Disney Premier Visa Credit Card has a low annual fee of only $49, making it very appealing to the masses.

Final word

The Disney Premier Visa Card has a semi-complicated reward structure but overall decent earning rates of 2% across many categories to go along with a low annual fee.

I like that it has some additional benefits like a 0% APR intro period, travel and purchase protections, and a lot of ways to save with Disney (although you can get those discounts with a debit card). And you can’t forget about the custom designs which are great for Disney fans.

Overall, I think the Disney Premier Visa Card is a decent credit card for Disney fans but if you’re really trying to maximize the value out of credit card travel rewards, you want to at least pick up an additional card or two.

Disney is re-opening Disney Springs on May 20

6/10/20 Update:

Disneyland is now scheduled to open on July 17 —  the 65th anniversary of Disneyland’s opening.

Park capacity will be limited and advanced reservations will be required. (Details for reservations will apparently be made available soon.)

The experience will be a little bit different because certain things will be closed such as the parades, nighttime shows and meet and greets with Disney characters. However, Disney characters will be roaming through the park.



5/27/20 Update:

Disney World just announced that it plans to be reopening on July 11, 2020.

The Disney theme parks in Florida have been closed since March 15 and this re-opening follows Universal Studios Orlando which is set to open June 5.

Disney is set to do a phased reopening with the Magic Kingdom and Animal Kingdom opening July 11 and Epcot and Disney’s Hollywood Studios set to reopen July 15.

Out of all of the theme parks that are in the US, the most anticipated reopening has been Disney World and it perhaps is an indicator of where things stand when it comes to re-opening public venues with big crowds across the country. 
I’m sure officials will be monitoring the reopening very closely and hopefully things go smoothly, as this could be a big needed boost for many Americans who want to look forward to trips to not just Disney, but other large theme parks. 
This could also help spark business for related businesses including airlines and hotels. 


5/7/20 Original article:

Disney just announced that it will be re-opening up Disney Springs on May 20.

Disney Springs, located in Orlando, Florida, features a lot of restaurants, stores and a huge 24 screen movie theater. 

It will begin a “phased re-opening” beginning May 20 along with some other Florida attractions.

Disney Springs will be subject to new protective policies including increased cleaning procedures, the use of face coverings by both cast members and guests, and also limited contact with guest services.

The main Disney world theme parks like Epcot will remain shuttered for now and we don’t have scheduled re-opening dates either. The same goes for Disneyland in California along with its shopping and dining district known as owntown Disney.

However, we know that Shanghai Disneyland will be opening up on Monday which is a significant step forward and will also allow Disney and other theme parks and attractions to see what works and what doesn’t with these new phased re-openings.

We also know that in Shanghai, people will have to wear masks and that the park will be forced to limit capacity down to 30% — at least for the initial openings. Also, special characters like Mickey Mouse will have to keep a safe distance from guests.

As part of the country begins to re-open, a lot of questions loom about whether or not this is a good idea. I think there are some states that are definitely pushing things a little bit too quickly based on the number of outbreaks but at some point a couple of states will have to be the so-called guinea pigs and the first to experiment with a re-open.

It’s very possible that with many people choosing to stay home and with new procedures in place that provide increased sanitation and enforced social distancing that we might not see a huge spike in cases when things reopen.

That is what I would like to happen but it is hard to be super optimistic when you see throngs of people pouring into public places like beaches as soon as things reopen.

Still, I think things could be different inside of theme parks like Disney where the theme parks have a strong incentive to enforce social distancing rules and to go about re-opening in a smart and conservative fashion. 

We still might be a little ways off before large crowds are allowed to congregate but the fact that some of these venues are beginning to open up in phases is something that I think will give a lot of people hope and something to look forward to.

I just don’t want it to backfire.