Personalized Disney Gift Cards Now Available Online and at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom

Sample personalized Disney Gift CardGuests are now able to picture themselves (or other loved ones) on their very own refillable Disney Gift Card. The cards are available both online at the Disney Store and in person at Exposition Hall at the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World.

There appears to be no additional charge for the customization.

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Walt Disney World and Disneyland Offer Free Holiday Trading Pins with $75 Gift Card Activation

Holiday Gift Card Pin Gift With PurchaseNow available at select participating retail locations at the Walt Disney World and Disneyland resorts, these special holiday edition Disney Gift Cards featuring Mickey Mouse, Goofy, Minnie Mouse and Donald form the image of a train when placed side by side. Each gift card comes complete with a free Disney trading pin featuring its respective character.

The cards must be activated with $75 at purchase, but can then be re-filled as desired. The offer is available at the following locations:

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Over 101 More Reasons to Love the Disney Gift Card

101 Dalmations from the Classic Illustrations Series, Released October 2009DisneyGiftcard.com recently gave itself a makeover and now serves as almost-one-stop shopping for any Disney fan, no matter their favorite. Currently almost 120 different gift card designs are available for purchase, including this recently released Classic Illustration: 101 Dalmations pictured to the left that was just recently released.

Be sure to check out the Vault as well for a look at dozens of designs that have either been retired or are in limited release.

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Ghoulish Gift Cards from Disney Make for Some Spooky Spending on Treats this Season

Halloween-themed Disney Gift CardApologies for being a bit late on reporting this, but available at select retail locations at the Walt Disney World and Disneyland resorts are these Halloween-themed Disney Gift Cards, pictured to the left. Where the image is white, the card is actually transparent.

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Disney Gift Card Now Available in Small Bracelet Style

Small Form Disney Gift CardThe Disney Gift Card is now available in small form. Using the same bracelet as the small form PhotoPass cards, the new gift card format which made its debut as a limited release during the Food and Wine Festival is now available full time.

The card appears to be available only in select locations as a resort’s gift shop had them, but the Emporium in Magic Kingdom did not.

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Free $40 Disney Gift Card When You Spend $200 at World of Disney Orlando, For a Limited Time

$40 Disney Gift Card with Purchase Offer. Photo courtesy of Disney Gift Card

$40 Disney Gift Card with Purchase Offer. Photo courtesy of Disney Gift Card

For a limited time, guests who spend $200 or more at the World of Disney store in the Downtown Disney Marketplace at Walt Disney World will receive a complimentary Disney Gift Card in the amount of $40 – that’s as much as 20% back.

Source: @DisneyGiftCard

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Disney/Pixar’s UP Featured on Newest Disney Gift Card Design, Now in Limited Release

Disney Gift Card inspired by Disney/Pixar's UPIn commemoration of the newest release from Disney/Pixar, the Disney Gift Card is now available in a special design featuring the film’s stars. In limited release, this gift card is available only at the ticket booths at Walt Disney World’s Epcot and the Disneyland Resort.

For more information on the Disney Gift Card, visit its official website here.

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Celebrate at Walt Disney World with New Gift Cards and Receive a Free Limited Release Pin

Disney Gift CardsAt select locations throughout the Walt Disney World Resort, choose from five new celebration designs of the Disney Gift Card and receive a free limited release pin. Activation and value of the gift card is $50.

Photo and information courtesy of twitter.com/DisneyGiftCard

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