Posted by William Charles on December 15, 2018
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Published on December 15th, 2018 | by William Charles

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Disney Park Tickets Can Be Booked Through Chase Travel Portal Again (CSR Only For Now)

Update: Only park tickets are purchasable for now. Hotels are still not bookable.

In mid September Chase removed the ability to book Disney packages through the Chase travel portal. Miles to Memories points out that these bookings are now possible again, it seems for now that it’s only working for Chase Sapphire Reserve cardholders but I suspect the ability to book Disney packages with Chase Ultimate Rewards will come back for all cardholders in the coming days.



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SouthFayetteFan
SouthFayetteFan

DoC – I think this is completely inaccurate. It was reported recently on r/churning that you can get Disney tickets again. And that has been proven to work but in some cases is not a good deal at all as they require you to purchase Disney World’s most expensive tickets.

Hotels are still not showing up and that’s the gamechanger. This is unfortunately a dud…and the headline with “packages” in it is misleading so you might want to edit. 🙂

EDIT: I WOULD LOVE to be proven wrong on this. PLEASE somebody make me eat my words so I can suddenly have $9,000 worth of URs towards Disney instead of $6,000 in cash, lol.

Nick
Nick

What do you mean by the most expensive tickets? Is it only park hoppers or something (I can’t check as I don’t have CSR)

SouthFayetteFan
SouthFayetteFan

Tickets are now date specific. Certain days are more expensive than others. You can make your tickets “flexible dates” by paying extra. Chase ONLY sells the “flex” tickets thru URs so you have to buy the most expensive ticket which depending on your dates may cost significantly more.

Justin
Justin

They are also bookable with Thank You points by going through the Cruises and Tours desk. See this article for more info:
https://milestothemagic.com/disneyland-with-points/

SouthFayetteFan
SouthFayetteFan

I think everybody is pretty aware of that…This article is about Chase Ultimate Rewards (not Citi)…and unfortunately it seems like it’s a dud as the title is not accurate.

Miro
Miro

Wasn’t aware of this, have disney tickets to book, thank you!

Uutdad
Uutdad

I have CSP, not CSR, and was able to book Disneyland tickets

Mike Kuhner
Mike Kuhner

Is there a trick to seeing these in portal? I searched for attractions in Anaheim and at Disneyland. Nothing came back for park tickets.

Uutdad
Uutdad

Yes, search for Legoland. If you select Legoland and scroll all the way down to the section that says “people also bought” disney should show up.

rob
rob

This is what I can see using the Chase business card….

2-Day, Disneyland Resort Ticket
Duration 2d
No Cancellation Fee

Includes 2-day admission to Disneyland® Park or Disney California Adventure® Park, one theme park per day.

Adult (10+ years)

Child (3-9 years)

$210.00
or 16,800 PTS
per adult
Total price is $210.00 or 16,800 PTS, taxes includedTotal: $210.00 or 16,800 PTS

Includes taxes and fees

Select Book 2-Day
2-Day, Disneyland Park-Hopper Ticket
Duration 2d
No Cancellation Fee

Includes 2-Day admission with same-day access to both Disneyland® Park and Disney California Adventure® Park

Adult (10+ years)

Child (3-9 years)

$260.00
or 20,800 PTS
per adult
Total price is $260.00 or 20,800 PTS, taxes includedTotal: $260.00 or 20,800 PTS

Includes taxes and fees

Select Book 2-Day

Paul
Paul

Is this still through Expedia or is Chase working with another OTA?

Drivesabrowntruck
Drivesabrowntruck

Only thing available for Disneyland Paris is a combo train/park hopper ticket. Before Expedia you had many more choices such as single park/day tickets.

S Nack
S Nack

I am looking at 8/26/19 4-day tickets for Disney World, Chase’s price is 473.93 per adult, Disney website is showing $382. It doesn’t make sense to book through Chase…

az
az

Couldn’t find Disney World tickets, even use “People who looked at” trick.

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