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News: Special Access for Chase Cardholders at Epcot Festival -

Chase is setting up a lounge at the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival, which takes place from September 25 to November 16. Cardholders can kick back and relax on the third floor of the American Adventure Pavilion within World Showcase at Epcot.

The festival features celebrity chefs and cuisines from around the world. Chase is the festival sponsor, and in keeping with their close relationship with Disney, co-branded cardholders can score tickets to special foodie events.

Fuel up at the lounge

The Chase Lounge will be open for business every day starting at 11 a.m. and keeps going until the park closes. While there, all cardholders can grab a free soft drink or two and charge their phone.

Chase has given the lounge some upgrades this year, including an information desk so you can find out what’s going on at the festival, a station where people can send out emails containing festival recipes, and a social media booth. They will also be hosting animation sketch classes and caricature artists in the lounge, so people can get in some more fun.

Special events for Disney cardholders

While any Chase cardholder can hang out at the lounge, people with Disney credit cards, including the Disney Premier Visa Credit Card, Disney Rewards Visa Credit Card and Disney Visa Debit Card, can purchase tickets to a trio of special dinning events.

There is one event per month, including:

• Brews, Breakfast and More, September 28 – at this event people have a three-course breakfast, with beer taking center stage as an ingredient as well as being paired with the courses. Tickets cost $89 each.

• The Making of the Party for the Senses, October 27 – this is a lunchtime tasting event featuring wine parings, along with giving guests tips on what it takes to make this kind of event a reality. The offerings include Malbec demi-braised pork chops with shaved truffles, a microgreen salad and roasted corn, as well as a dessert station. Tickets cost $125 each.

• The Creation of the Food & Wine Festival Marketplaces, November 9 – While attendees learn what it takes to launch a new marketplace, they will be eating a hearty breakfast, which includes beef tenderloin and Yukon Gold hash, eggs and whipped Hollandaise, and maple-cured pork belly and onion jam. But that's not all. They can also try out the New England lobster roll, along with treats from the Hops and Barley marketplace. Tickets to this event cost $99.

For more information you can check out the Disney Rewards website.