“Norma Lane” had two years of free admission to Knott’s. Apparently Jeanne only got one year, I wonder what she did to Norma to get left off the 1972 pass?
Here a nice Trio of “Complementary Gate Admission” tickets. The first one here is pretty old, 1969 would be my guess.
The second one is from the late 70’s with the Roaring 20’s dancing lady. OK, yes, I have posted this image before (Rides-a-plenty post) but hey, I did re-scan it for this post….
And from 1982, it's a "Guest" admission. I like the train image on this one. This is globe paper but it’s thick like cereal box cardboard. This pass includes unlimited rides and attractions. I believe that just as Disneyland had done in 1982, Knott’s also was phasing out the lettered tickets.
Speaking of Knott’s lettered tickets, I’ve got tons of them (are you surprised?). I was thinking of doing a detailed A thru D Knott’s ticket series like I did for Disneyland. I’ll start it in march and do a series post each week, that sounds fun.