New Disney Rewards Visa card members receive a generous $50 Disney Gift Card after first use of the credit card.
The rewards keep on coming as each purchase entitles you 1% in reward dollars, with no limit to the number of reward dollars you can accumulate.
With no annual fee and 10% off on select merchandise purchases of $50 or more at DisneyStore.com and Disney Store retail locations, you can make your Disney experience very affordable.
The Disney Rewards Visa card even offers a promotional APR of 0% for 6 months anytime you use your Disney Rewards Visa Card to book select Walt Disney World and Disneyland Resorts vacation packages, all Disney Cruise Line packages and Adventures by Disney packages, and Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa, Ko Olina, Hawai’i vacation packages.
Disney Rewards Visa card holders receive both 10% off purchases of select items at Disney retail locations or online and 1% rewards to boot, which adds up to a great deal for Disney fans.
In addition to the 10% Disney discount, when you use your Disney Visa card you get special deals at the following retailers:
Save 15% at macys.com plus receive FREE Shipping on your purchase of $99 or more
Pay no balance transfer fee with your Arvest Visa Card.
Best of all, the Arvest Visa Card offers the same APR on purchases, balance transfers AND cash advances!
While other banks may charge upwards of 25% for cash advances, Arvest offers its customers an introductory 4.9% APR of six months for cash advances and balance transfers with no fees.
Arvest Bank offers an Arvest Visa, Arvest MasterCard, Visa Gold or Visa Platinum – each suited for individual situations and preferences.
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To encourage responsible spending, Arvest offers the Family Card, in which individual family members, trusted friends or household employees get their own credit card with a limit that’s set in advance by you.
It’s an ideal solution for parents who want to make sure their teen or college-aged family members have the funds to meet their needs – especially in emergencies – while learning about the responsibilities of credit.