Mar 072015

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It is hard to believe that Easter is just around the corner, but a sure sign that Easter is approaching is the Disney Movie Rewards Easter bonus codes, and these DMR codes have arrived.

Disney Movie Rewards Easter Codes

Get Your Disney Movie Rewards Bonus Codes:

  1. Log into your Disney Movie Rewards account and enter the code.
  2. Enter the codes below

You can find the Disney Movie Rewards Easter word scramble here, but to make it easier for you, I’ve listed the Disney bonus codes below.

  • Bunnies
  • Candy
  • Goodies
  • Blossom
  • Spring

Each of the above movie rewards codes will give you 5 DMR points for a total of 25 Disney Movie Rewards points. If you don’t think it sounds like a lot, I can assure you that throughout the year the Disney Movie Codes add up. We do not buy movies, and we have still received several Disney gift cards toward our Disney World fund.

The kids are reminding us quite often that Bellamy Blue will turn 3 next time, and we’ve had that as our goal for our Disney trip for quite a while. We’ve lived in Florida for 8 years, we’ve been to Orlando three times with the kids, and we have yet to take them to Disney World. We’ve always said that we would take them all once, and that was it, but we wanted to make sure that all of the kids can make memories, so 3 years old for our youngest seems reasonable.


If you have any Disney World tips we are all ears….

Have you taken your kids to Disney World?



You can always find the latest Disney Movie Rewards Bonus Codes here at Frugality Is Free.

  3 Responses to “The Easter Disney Movie Rewards Bonus Codes Are Here”

  1. To be honest 3 years old is a little too young unless the memories are truly for you to remember. We took our twins to Seaworld when they were 3. We took them back this past December , 1 1/2 months after they turned 6. I kept asking them do you remember this? multiple times during the day, and they didn’t. I would think 5 is more realistic for the child to remember a little.

    • I agree 3 is a little young if you don’t plan to go back. We took our boys for the first time in 2013 they were 9, 7 and 5. I noticed with my 5 year old he got tired very easy and lost interest.

  2. I went for the first time when I was 37 and remember it vividly. I think 3 is a bit young but still will have fun. Thanks for the codes.

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