I have 4,501 points! yay! I'm planning to save all my gather cash to go towards our vacation next year. Hopefully, I can average even just $25 a month (I'm going on the cash plan, I just keep forgettign to fax my info in!), and donate it to our fund. That, counting the $72 worth I currently have, will put me at almost $400 for the trip.
Plus Treasure Trooper- I have $30 sitting in there. If I start getting active there again, though, I can average $5-10 a month.
Pinecone Research is another $5-10 a month.
Boomertowne- I'm almost to a $75 card. I'm thinking, depending on the fees associated with it, I will either hang onto it for the trip, or buy disney gift cards with it for the kids. If there's fees that will kick in, then I'll do the disney gift cards. If not, I'll just hang on to it until we are much closer to our goal.
I have $50 on a gift card from Netwinner which I should get before next January- I won't hold my breath, though. :) That has fees that kick in fast, though, so I'll use that for certain to buy the disney gift cards. You can get Disney gift cards at any disney store and they are useable in the parks.
I've got around 8k points on netwinner. I'll cash out once more, and have $75 total to use towards the disney cards. That's $25 for each of the kids.
Let's see... Oh, I sold 2 articles to AC the other day at just about $3.25-3.50 each. I have several more to post there tonight. That'll hopefully get me about $3-4 each, too. Again, that'll go straight to the Disney fund.
And I'll start saving change. I already do, actually. But anyway, I'll save my change, and when the big jar is full, change it in, and deposit it to the Disney account.
On top of that, we're going to be putting away half our bonus checks, and hopefully $50-100 a month towards the trip as well. Twice a year, we get 3 checks a month instead of 2. Maybe on those two checks, we can add half to the account as well. Plus whatever is still needed will come from our taxes next year, and then half of the tax rebate this summer.
I think it might actually be fairly easy to wrangle, but we'll see. :)