Your family can enjoy a free trip to Walt Disney World! Credit card companies offer bonuses to sign up for specific credit cards. With proper planning, you can sign up for multiple credit cards without damaging your credit score. For example, if you spend $1000 a month on a credit card you are earning 12,000 miles a year. However, if you were to sign up for a new credit card every quarter you could increase that to 200,000 miles a year. If you spend $3000 a month you could earn approximately 600,000 miles a year. If you have a partner you could easily double this and get over 1,000,000 miles a year with a little organization. Eventually, you can use the bonuses from the cards to pay for your flight, hotel, Disney World tickets and your meals. These are the steps my family took to enjoy our free trip to Disney World.
First, plan your trip and identify the credit cards to sign-up for. You can find what credit cards we signed up for on the Disney Details page. I prefer to stay at the Swan & Dolphin hotel at Walt Disney World. It is just as easy to stay at the Marriott or Hilton hotels in Orlando. I also prefer to fly American Airlines but it is just as easy to fly on United Airlines or Frontier Airlines,
Second, calculate how much money you can put on your credit cards per month. There are numerous ways to reach the minimum spend on your credit cards to earn the bonus miles. The key is to know how much minimum spend you can complete each month and then apply for the appropriate amount of cards. I recommend using my Credit Card Coordinator spreadsheet for planning help.
Finally, redeem your points for a free flight, free hotel and to pay for your Disney World tickets.