You can play two new Disney Challenges this week on the Disney Movie Rewards website. Play both the regular version and Marvel Challenge to add 10 points to your balance today.
You can go here to find the first Disney Challenge of the month. They go live every first and third Monday of the month, and you can play the old one until the new one goes live. Since they’ve added an extra set of cards in the bonus round, I’m finding that I run out of time before I get to the last set. It seems like a silly part of the game to put a timer on, and it’s definitely a glitch. I’ve tried playing on my daughter’s iPad instead of my PC, and that definitely helped, but it still cut off the whole last set of cards, even if I click the answers as quickly as possible.
Click here to find the Marvel Challenge for August and see if you can answer all eight questions correctly. I almost thought it wasn’t a new game because they’ve recycled a lot of questions, even the one about Nebula from last month. You’d think that would make it easier, but I still managed to get it wrong!
You can find the Disney Challenge under the Earn Points menu on the Disney Movie Rewards web site. The Marvel Challenge is a bit trickier to find. You have to find and click a banner with the Marvel 10th Anniversary Celebration on it and then go to the Marvel Challenge square on the Marvel Studios 10 main page. You can also find it under Content & More on the menu. Every once in awhile, I’ve found the link hasn’t been updated yet, so I have to try different numbers in the URL until I hit on the correct one.
Earning More Points
You can earn big points on Disney Movie Rewards by redeeming codes on movies you buy in the store and submitting tickets or linking accounts like Fandango and Atom to get points for movies you see in the theater. This month, we earned points for buying Captain Marvel on disc when movies were on sale at Target for 20% off, and seeing The Lion King in the theater. We’ll get even more points when we buy Avengers: Endgame next week! It’s been tempting to buy the digital copy since it’s been available since July 30th, but it doesn’t come with a code to redeem for points, so we have to wait for the disc to come out in the store!
Redeeming Disney Movie Rewards
The reason you want all of these points is that you can earn free Disney gift cards, which are good on most things Disney, like food, merchandise, theme park tickets, and even lodging. The most abundantly available cards are electronic, but I like to collect the different character and themed cards. If you are a Scar fan, there is a card that features this villain in the redemption store right now!