Sam’s Club: $150 Disney Gift Cards Only $143.97 Shipped (Valid at Disney Parks & More)

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Planning a trip to Disney? Head over to Sam’s Club where you can score this 3-Pack of $50 Disney Gift Cards ($150 total) for just $142.98 + $0.99 shipping – limit of 5 per member. You can then redeem these Disney Gift Cards at Disney Parks, and Disney Stores in the United States.

If you are not a Sam’s Club member, you will be charged a 10% Non-member fee of $14.30 – which makes for a final cost of $158.27 shipped and totally kills the deal. 🙁

If you’d prefer, you can head over to BJ’ and score a $100 Disney Gift Card for just $94.99 shipped! Even better, you do not have to be a member to purchase this gift card.

Interested in becoming a Sam’s Club member?

For a limited time, new Sam’s Club members can head on over to Groupon to score a One-Year Sam’s Club Membership AND $10 Sam’s Club eGift Card for ONLY $30 (a $55 value)! Or, you can choose a One-Year Sam’s Club Membership AND $10 Sam’s Club eGift Card AND an Instant Savings Package for just $45 (a $156 value). For more info, head here.

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  1. Sabine

    Can I use the e gift card from groupon to buy the disney gift cards? We are going to Disney for the 4th of July and this would be an awesome savings for us!!

  2. Schuwoman

    Do there a deal on a Sams club membership? Thought you posted one recently but my search is not coming up with anything,

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Hi there! The Sam’s Club membership deal is listed at the bottom of the post. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Katie

    BJ’s has $100 Disney gift cards for $94.99 online with free shipping and NO membership requirements/surcharges. It’s been a year round deal, so I pair it with my credit card’s cash back at warehouse stores every quarter it’s offered and max out my bonus there as well ๐Ÿ™‚ Can’t beat 10% off Disney!!

    • Chelsey

      Thank you so much for this! We are saving for our 2nd Disney cruise and this will help a ton!!!

      • Katie

        Don’t forget to pair with the Disney Vacation Account! Worked great for our cruise planning, we didn’t have to keep track of 8,000 gift cards, and the bonus was fabulous.

        • Robyn (Crafty Bargainista)

          You don’t have to do the Disney Vacation Account anymore! You can transfer gift card balances from one card to another (up to $900) on the Disney Gift Card website! It makes it soooooooo much easier!!! AND you can transfer the balances to the gift card designs you like the most! :D!

          • Katie

            But the DVA gives you $20 for every $1000 you put towards your vacation – which is a nice little perk for what you’re doing anyway ๐Ÿ˜

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Oh cool! Thanks for sharing Katie!

  4. Rachael

    FYI- I received a bunch of these giftcards from family for our trip to Disneyland last year. Not sure if things are still the same way, but when I tried to buy tickets online the Disneyland website could only take 1 card, and when I called and they wanted to charge me a service fee to use them. We ended up having to take 20+ cards with us and used them to buy the tickets at the park entrance. Not a big deal, but a hassle I wasn’t expecting.

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      Thanks for sharing your experience Rachael!

    • Robyn (Crafty Bargainista)

      Just recently (within the last year?) they changed it so you can consolidate gift card balances on the Disney Gift Card website! I’m pretty sure the limit is $900 per card, but it makes it so much easier!

      • Katie

        The limit is $1000 per card to combine. Makes things a lot easier than reading off $25 at a time!!

    • MandyK

      You can combine all of your gift cards to one card on and then use them online for tickets or vacation packages

    • Jessica Connors

      I just paid for my entire Disneyworld vacation (over $4500 and just went in January of this year) on discounted Disney Gift cards. Paid online just fine! Saved $225. Also used them in park for purchases.

  5. Robyn (Crafty Bargainista)

    This quarter (and next quarter!) Discover Card bonus categories includes warehouse clubs! We’re already Sam’s members, so we’ve bought a couple of these recently in store (to avoid shipping charges) to save up for our trip next year. If you factor in the Discover Card cash back, the Sam’s deal equates to 9.45% off and Katie’s BJ’s deal is 9.76% off… which is some of the highest Disney gift card discounts I’ve seen since Target axed being able to buy gift cards with Target gift cards. :-/

    • Sarah d

      Beware – I tried this and it did not work. Fine print on Discover says it excludes gift cards at Sams. I received a letter a few weeks later stating that the cash back bonus was not applied.

      • Robyn (Crafty Bargainista)

        That’s weird! I have already gotten a statement from one of the purchases (which admittedly had many other items in with the order) and I got the full 5% back. Well… fingers crossed!

  6. Lauren

    Put these all in a Disney Vacation Account. You will get $20 back for every $1000 you spend with DIsney.

    • Robyn (Crafty Bargainista)

      Just an FYI and clarification for those looking to open a Disney Vacation Account…

      Although we used a Disney Vacation Account to consolidate gift cards for our trips in the last couple of years, now that you can consolidate them on the Disney gift card website, having a DVA doesn’t make sense for us anymore. You only get the bonus if you purchase tickets, packages, or hotels DIRECTLY from Disney by using the DVA. We get the tickets cheaper elsewhere (like using the link from Mousesavers newsletter) and our hotels are covered because we saved up and joined Disney Vacation Club several years ago. So now we really only buy the discounted gift cards to pay for food and incidentals… and you don’t get the bonus for cashing out the DVA for gift cards for use at the park.

      • Katie

        True – it depends what you want to do. If you’re booking all-in through Disney or doing a cruise (love them!) or Adventures by Disney trip (I can dream, right??), then it’s absolutely worth it to use the DVA. If you’re doing an outside hotel, planning universal, etc, maybe not so much…

        • Lauren

          You should be paying your DVC dues from your Disney vacation account

          • Crafty Bargainista

            You do have a point there. But we only have a very small amount of points because we only need a studio every-other year during the slow season… so our dues are less than $200/year. ๐Ÿ˜‹

  7. Heather

    Goodness! We are going to Disney in November and I’m trying to decide if I really want this much tied up in gift cards! I also have a Discover card, so that would be additional savings. We have booked our reservation, but haven’t paid in full. Does anybody know if we can use gift cards to pay the balance off?

    • Taylor S

      Heather– we are currently paying for our Disney trip as well! We bought our gift cards through BJ’s (see comments above) and put it on our Discover. Discover is offering 5% cashback bonus now through the end of June for all wholesale clubs. Great way to save $!

      • Heather

        Thanks! So do you just call and apply the gift cards to your balance or are you waiting until you have enough to pay the full amount?

        • Taylor S.

          I called and did about half of the balance for now!

  8. Claire

    At target you can use your red card to get Disney gift cards. So $150 in gift cards would only be $142.50 with the 5% discount!

  9. Jamie

    To save another $200, you can sign up for the Disney Visa. Spend $500 in purchases in your first 3 months and you will get a $200 gift card. Email me at if you’d like a link through Chase Visa to sign up.

  10. Chris

    Side question: Can you link a disney gift card to your Magicband?

    • Robyn (Crafty Bargainista)

      Sort of. If you are staying at a Disney resort, you can charge things to your MagicBand and then it charges to your room. Then, the evening before your checkout day, you can go to the front desk and pay your account off in the gift cards before they charge your credit card. They won’t take a gift card as your “incidentals card” upon check in (for obvious reasons)… and there is also a cap in how much you can charge to your room before they go ahead and charge your credit card. I believe it is based on the level of resort you are staying at (Value vs Moderate vs Deluxe).

    • Robyn (Crafty Bargainista)

      Here are the hotel “credit limits” numbers I found via a forum post from 2014:

      Value Resorts – $500
      Moderate Resorts – $1,000
      Deluxe Resorts – $1,500

      It is VERY important to pay off the room balance with gift cards before you hit your credit limit and the evening before checkout (they usually run the credit card during the night). Otherwise they’ll charge your credit card and you’ll have a bunch of unused gift cards!

      We did this on our last stay and it was actually super convenient to not have to worry about carrying gift cards at all. We were staying in a Villa, though, which was considered a Deluxe and had the high cap. But (just in case) we stopped by the front desk every few days to pay down our account anyhow. ๐Ÿ™‚

      • Chris

        Greatly appreciate the response. Very helpful. Taking the kids in April and never used Disney gift cards before ๐Ÿ™‚

  11. Hailly Johnston

    If you are saving for a Disney trip, a really good deal I recently learned about was the Disney visa card through chase. As long as you spend $500 within the first three months you get a $200 Disney gift card ( this can be used anywhere a Disney gift card is accepted. Including paying towards your trip). You earn 1% – 2% depending on where you shop. Another bonus, both you and your spouse can apply. So that’s a possible $400 towards your trip. This does work, I just received both of the $200 gift cards in the mail. If you sign up through this link you will also have the first years annual fee waived. If for some reason the link does not work you can email me at thank you!

  12. Carrie

    I’m going to Disney next month. I purchased ALL of the gift cards we needed to pay for the trip at, using my Redcard and saving 5%. (They sell $50 and $100 cards.) I simply made payments online as the cards came in. In total I saved $300!

    • lisag29

      I get all of my Disney gift cards from Target too with the 5% red card discount.

  13. nelly

    Is there a way we can get a Disney savings post on here or does anyone know of any places that they go to for savings? I am trying to go in October and I would love some tips on how to save !

  14. Beth

    If you use the gift cards to pay for Disney trips, save them. If something happens and you have to get a refund on a cancellation, the money will go back on the cards!! Also, on the vacation accounts, there is a limit to how many $20 gift cards you can earn. Last I checked it was $250. And like someone else said, as a Target Red Card holder, you get 5% off on Disney gift cards every day, online and in store, and free shipping online, so i would do the Sam’s deal with the shipping charge if you ha e a Red Card.

  15. Ashley

    We are going to Disneyland later this month! Can we use these for food in the parks or is it just merchandise?

    • Crafty Bargainista

      Yes! That’s what we buy the discount gift cards for! But there are some restaurants on-property that are not Disney-owned and will not take Disney Gift Cards. Especially at Disney Springs (formally Downtown Disney).

  16. john

    Let me see if I have this correct I can buy Disney GC at Sams Club in amounts of $150 or $500 at a discount on line. Does Sams charge sales tax per State bought in (reduce savings)? Then I can join Disney Vacation club use those Sams bought gift cards and deposit them into the vacation club account and get another $20/$1000 deposited in account. Is the savings more for buying the smaller amounts or the larger amount?

  17. John

    It appears the $20/per thousand deposited in a Disney Vacation account will be ending Dec 31, 2017. This info I got directly Disney Vacation account when I asked if the program was continuing. Basically they said it was ending and to check their web site in the future for updates on program extension. Having read some horror stories about DVA and the ending of the $20 I’ll be opening a bank account for my future vacation to DW

  18. John

    It has just been announced DVA has been ended

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