Worried about missing out on your team’s big game while vacationing at Walt Disney World? Reunion Station at Disney’s Wilderness Lodge has introduced the ‘Game Day Lounge‘ on select Saturdays and Sundays this football season.

Disney Vacation Club Members and their guests can kick back and enjoy a variety of foods and beverages while they watch two featured games for the day.

Booking this experience includes the following:

  • Access to Reunion Station to watch two football games: one beginning at noon or 1 pm, and a second mid-to-late afternoon game.
  • A menu of featured foods, snacks, and treats that are appropriate for any tailgate party.
  • 2 adult beverages per person ages 21 and above. Those under 21 will be offered DOLE Whip and a Mickey ice cream bar.
  • Fun halftime activities.

Food offerings include hot options such as teriyaki wings, chili with cornbread and fixings, cheesy brisket, and Angus beef sliders. Cold offerings include assorted sandwiches, vegetables with ranch and hummus, house-made potato chips, cookies, and assorted cupcakes.

This unique experience is offered select Saturdays and Sundays from September 15th through December 28th, running from 12:30 pm to 8:00 pm each day.

Prices for this event are $50 per adult / $30 per child (ages 9 and under) for each game day. This price includes tax and gratuity.

To book, members can call Members Services at (800) 800-9800. Please note, this event is considered a Membership Extra and can only be booked by direct members with a valid blue membership card.

Paul Krieger

Amy and I are new Orlando, Florida residents where we live with our dogs Odie the greyhound and Hermès the Spanish galgo. We are DVC owners at Animal Kingdom Lodge, BoardWalk Villas, Grand Californian, Grand Floridian, and Polynesian, Disney World Annual Passholders, and love educating Disney Vacation Club members on how to both use and maximize the value of their DVC points!

7 thoughts on “Game Day Lounge at Reunion Station

  • At least they are trying something here, but it’s still too much, and receiving too little. I can watch the 1:00 and 3:15 game from the comfort of my room, or at just about any bar on property, for a lot less than $50.
    They need to offer something more, like NFL ticket, with your home team guaranteed to be on one of the TVs, for this to stand any chance of working.

  • I think it’s a great idea, but as Ben noted this is something you can do at any lounge on property or in your room. This is very comfortable, interesting area. I’m not sure it would be conducive to watching several games. But I would bet the food is great. We’ve done one of the beverage prep classes here, which was fun. I think that they need to have some more of those. Probably beats having it sit empty.

  • I love this space, I just think it’s trying to find it’s place in the world. I hope it doesn’t totally fizzle out.

  • Does it include the food in the price?

    • Yes – Food is included as a part of the $50 per person fee.

  • I would think folks would want to know which games are being shown before committing to $50 pp.

  • Tell me how much you’d spend on two or three appetizers and two drinks, plus tax and tip, on property. Then tell me if it still sounds like too much money.

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