Disney Premier Credit Card from Chase $300 Cash Signup Bonus

Update 12/1/23: Bonus now $300.

The Offer

Direct Link

  • Sign up for the Premier version of the Disney credit card and receive a $400 bonus after spending $1,000 within 3 months. $49 annual fee not waived for the first year.

Card Details

  • Read our full review here
  • Earn 5% in Disney Rewards Dollars on card purchases made directly at DisneyPlus.com, Hulu.com or ESPNPlus.com
  • 2% in Disney Dream Reward Dollars on card purchases at gas stations, grocery stores, restaurants and most Disney locations
  • 1% in Disney Dream Reward Dollars on all other purchases
  • Annual fee of $49
  • Disney perks:
    • Character Meet ‘N’ Greet at a private Cardmember location
    • 10% off select merchandise purchases of $50 or more at Disney Store and DisneyStore.com
  • 5/24 rule now applies to this card

Our Verdict

Previous best was $300. This would take a 5/24 slot and you have to pay the annual fee so this is really a $351 bonus. Might be tempting for some people (especially as you can’t get CSP + CSR now) if you’re valuing cash bonuses highly. For most people going for other Chase cards will be better value though. We will still add it to the best credit card bonuses.

Hat tip to brk51


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Gadget - Bank Bonus Geek 🔗 (@guest_1815426)
March 17, 2024 16:02

 William Charles The $400 offer is back.

David Stewart
David Stewart (@guest_1752987)
December 6, 2023 22:32

After meeting the $1000 spend how soon after does the $400 statement credit post?

Tom (@guest_1758933)
December 15, 2023 13:23

It posts when the final transaction meeting the $1000 spend posts.

Fredd (@guest_1749310)
December 1, 2023 17:31

Back down to $300 now

cameron (@guest_1740543)
November 20, 2023 14:50

what does this mean: ” (especially as you can’t get CSP + CSR now)” those cards are unavailable?

Chris (@guest_1744432)
November 24, 2023 18:04

It takes 48 months to reapply for the SUB, so people can consider this and other cards while they wait

Dan (@guest_1740321)
November 20, 2023 09:40

Fyi you get the same disneyworld/land benefits with the debit card, if you have a chase checking account you can call to product change to a disney debit card.

The credit/debit card also gives discounts at select resturants at disneyworld/land

Peter (@guest_1740509)
November 20, 2023 13:54

The downside to the Chase debit card approach is that you have to use the card for the actual purchase and therefore lose out on earning points. I was bummed out about it when I showed up at Disneyland with mine. 10% off was obviously still better than whatever points earning my other cards had, but at higher dollar amounts it can make a difference.

Then again, people who shop frequently at Disney must not worry about money all that much… 😉

Drew (@guest_1740289)
November 20, 2023 08:34

does 5/24 rule apply to this card in order to be approved for it? i understand it’ll obviously take up a 5/24 slot. but do i need to be under 5/24 to have a chance or is that requirement only pertinent for CSP/CSR/Ink family of chase cards?

Sam F.
Sam F. (@guest_1740565)
November 20, 2023 15:11

You have to be under 5/24 across all recent cards to be approved.

Jim (@guest_1740274)
November 20, 2023 08:05

Youn can get a Disney Debit card from chase to get the perks listed

Tom (@guest_1740071)
November 19, 2023 18:42

This was already covered in https://www.doctorofcredit.com/chase-increases-cash-signup-bonus-on-disney-cards-to-250-400/ so those interested should check out the comments.

Steve (@guest_1740108)
November 19, 2023 20:24

That info is out of date. Offer page shows airline or Disney bucks to what I can find.

Tom (@guest_1740112)
November 19, 2023 20:31

I think that’s always been the case. As I said in the previous thread, the rewards will be useless for most of the readers since only the nice SUB will be interesting. Redeeming points for Disney rewards requires around $2k spending and redeeming for airfare credit requires around $5k spending.

Sam F.
Sam F. (@guest_1740567)
November 20, 2023 15:12

I wondered why the new post. I don’t understand what’s different.

Steve (@guest_1740057)
November 19, 2023 18:10

Confirming you cannot redeem the SUB for cash direct deposit or statement credit (other than airline purchases)?

Fred (@guest_1740064)
November 19, 2023 18:17

I think the statement credit is a statement credit. Did someone tell you otherwise?

Steve (@guest_1740107)
November 19, 2023 20:23

Says airline credit on the website.

Tom (@guest_1740115)
November 19, 2023 20:33

No, it’s a statement credit for the SUB. It’s separate from rewards earned. If you want to be a high roller with this card, you can eventually use $50 in rewards for airfare credit.

Fred (@guest_1740117)
November 19, 2023 20:36

Go to the Direct Link in this post. Near the top of the page, you’ll see:
$400 Statement Credit
after you spend $1000 on purchases in the first 3 months from account opening.*

I’ll assume you overlooked that before and aren’t being deliberately obtuse.

The “statement credit toward airline travel” is in reference to redeeming Disney Rewards Dollars. Nothing to do with the signup bonus.

Steve (@guest_1740127)
November 19, 2023 21:08

Thank you, yes – I missed that obvious wording and my mind went to the negative of seeing later on statement credit tied to airline.

NotToday (@guest_1740026)
November 19, 2023 17:01

Applied for this card at 6/24 and was approved. However, I do want to note that I had a pre-approval offer mailer that might have made it possible to bypass 5/24.