Savvy woman reveals how she goes to Disneyland for FREE using clever gift card trick

A SAVVY woman has revealed how she goes to Disneyland for little or no money using a clever gift card trick.

TikTok user Queen Kala works as a Disney travel agent, and shared her money-saving tip that “Disney doesn’t want you to know” on social media.

Speaking in the video she explains: “Did you know that you can pay for your Disney vacation entirely in Disney gift cards?

“There are so many ways to get these things discounted or completely free.

“I have a few ways myself one is by shopping at Target and using target redcards you can get five per cent off even gift cards and that is Disney gift cards included.

“That’s just one way you can save money on your trip.”

She then reveals that you can also bag yourself some free gift cards on certain shopping apps.

“There’s also so many apps that you can use to get free Disney gift cards” she says.

“The app is called Shopkick is the code BLUE095140 for bonus points.”

By using the code US shoppers can bag themselves 250 free bonus points to use against gift cards.

Kala explains that you then visit any of the stores listed on the app to gain points by scanning the barcodes of items up for promotion on the app.

She says: “You’re going to scan those items in the store, you don’t even have to buy them you just scan them.

“You get those points for free and you can exchange those points for absolutely free Disney gift cards.”

While the app is only available in the US, UK users can install the Honey browser extension which automatically applies coupons to online purchases.

Equally it also earns you rewards, and for every 1000 points you earn you can bag yourself a free gift card.

US gift cards can also be used in the UK against holidays to Disney's Orlando or California parks.

We also previously revealed how you can bag free Disney gift cards at the park.

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