Figment Epcot Festival of the Arts Wristlet Gift Cards Are Now Available

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One thing I really like about the Epcot festivals are the gift cards. I know that sounds like a silly thing to be excited about, but I really do like them.

This year we have an adorable Figment one!

These gift cards are usually attached to a band so you can wear them as a wristlet around the parks with you. After you are finished with the card or your trip, you have a cute souvenir.

All you have to do is but a minimum amount on the card to activate it. In this case it’s $15 minimum (the card doesn’t cost anything) and you have it ready to go to use at the kiosks and shops, that accept Disney gift cards, across the Walt Disney World Resort.

Since it’s always on your wrist it’s easy to keep close and use! Plus you can reload it up to $1,000.

This is something I really do recommend. It’s a cute souvenir that is free (with $15 charge) and if you were going to spend the money anyways, why not?

You can find these at various locations around Epcot for The Epcot International Festival of the Arts.

What do you think? Comment and let us know.

Source: Disney Parks Blog


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