New Food and Beverage Items, Special Promo Offer Available for the New ESPN Wide World of Sports “Shop & Dine” Digital Gift Card

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For all of you sports fans looking to enjoy the final Atlanta Braves Spring Training season at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex, there are tons of new food and beverage offerings to sample. With exciting matchups featuring the Philadelphia Phillies, New York Yankees and more, you won’t want to miss any of the action this spring.

specialty food & beverage for Atlanta Braves Spring Training Season

Guests will find an array of tasty treats available during Spring Training games, from ballpark favorites like Hot Dogs, Pulled Pork Sandwiches and Potato Barrels to new additions like the Thai Curry Rice Bowl and Southern Fried Chicken Sandwich. Also new this year is a Specialty Tent featuring a rotating menu of Hometown food options, highlighting unique concessions from visiting teams.

specialty food & beverage for Atlanta Braves Spring Training Season

This season’s line-up of brews features a large selection of craft beers including the home team’s fan favorite, Chopsecutioner from Terrapin Beer Co. in Athens, GA. New for this year are Tailgate Beers with 12 oz. pours available for $5.00 (while supplies last) featuring a rotating guest tap of beers from the visiting team’s home town.

ESPN Wide World of Sports Shop & Dine Card

Guests can now enjoy all these new offerings with the added convenience of the all-new ESPN Wide World of Sports Shop & Dine Card. When you purchase the Shop & Dine Card, you’ll receive a pre-loaded $60 digital gift card via email for only $50. This gift card will contain a bar code that can be added to your digital wallet and scanned at most Food and Beverage and Merchandise locations throughout ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.

To purchase, please visit offers.disney.com and use activation code ESPNWWOS.

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