If you have a Disney Visa or any other Chase credit credit card and visit the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival, don’t miss out on the special benefits exclusively for Chase cardholders.
Chase sponsors the popular Epcot event, which runs from September 25 to November 16 this year, and provide a special lounge for its cardholders. Located on the third floor of the American Adventure pavilion, it provides a quiet, cool, comfortable place to take a break from your busy day of dining. You have access to these amenities:
- Free non-alcoholic drinks
- Charging stations
- Interactive fun for the family
In addition to the lounge, Chase is presenting some special events that are only available to cardholders. Please note that these events require an extra charge:
Brews, Breakfast and More, September 28, 2015: It’s never to early to enjoy beer! This three-course breakfast involves dishes made with brew, and you’ll also enjoy a pairing. It’s not just tasty, but also educational, as you’ll learn about innovative beer styles and brewing processes dating back to ancient Babylon and Egypt. Cost is $89 per person.
The Making of the Party for the Senses, October 27, 2015: Have you ever wondered what goes into the making of this signature Epcot International Food and Wine experience? Discover it with this special event in the Wine View Lounge that includes a delicious meal while you hear from Disney’s talented chefs. Cost is $125 per person.
The Creation of the Food & Wine Festival Marketplaces, November 9, 2015: It takes a of effort to put the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival together. Learn how they do it and enjoy a bountiful gourmet breakfast on the promenade at the same time. Cost is $99 per person.
If you’re interested in any of the special events, call 407-939-1870 for more information or to book your spot. For the lounge, just stop over any time between 11 a.m. and park closing. Take a load off your feet, grab a cold beverage, enjoy the air conditioning, charge up your cell phone, and recharge your own batteries before you head back out into the park.