How in the world did you get one of these? This pass lets you and a party of 3 through the Main Gate of Disneyland for the entire year of 1962! It even includes parking. This must have been the Ultra Premium Annual Pass of its day. I don't think you could buy these, in fact I would bet on it. Were these for "Special Guests" or Upper lever Disneyland employees? If anyone knows, please fill me in.
Some rules on the back. No Special ticketed events. Not Transferable! Management reserves the right to cancel this pass without notice, so you better behave!
Since it's 1962 and this Main Gate Pass only lets you and your party of 3 through the Main Gate (and free parking), you and your party are on your own for the attractions that require individual lettered tickets for admission.
Somehow I would imagine whom ever got this nifty little Main Gate Pass above also had a bunch of these ticket books shown below in their pockets! This is a October 1962 Courtesy Guest Book with 5 Adventures in Disneyland. These books have no $ value's printed on them or on the tickets. These booklets did not include admission to the park.
And these tickets were Magic indeed. These beauties were good on any ride or attraction. I'd be sure to use them on "E" ticket rides, I can't imagine using one of these on the Omnibus, then again, yes I can....
And just because when I pressed the "preview" button I didn't see much color in this post, here is a very colorful postcard. I don't have a date, late 80's maybe? It has a code on the back 0100-11608, I have no idea what that means, but it's pretty....
After this post I am ready to use my Annual Pass! I think I might go Disneyland tomorrow!!!!