Saturday, July 12, 2008

EPCOT 1982

Well folks, if you are reading this on Saturday, I am on my way to Florida for a fun filled week of Walt Disney World and the other great area attractions. Stay tuned this coming week as the blog continues and will celebrate Disneyland’s 53rd Anniversary in my absence.

Today’s we are looking at some Vintage EPCOT tickets. First up, what appears to be a test or preview ticket? Sure looks modern for 1982. There is a great post on the Disneyanaworld blog about this ticket (link).






Fun opening day Commemorative Ticket from October 1, 1982. The entry stub is missing; these tickets are cheap and easy to come by on EBay. But one with the stub intact is neither easy to find nor cheap…







Here is the fancy chrome envelope that the ticket came in.





Tomorrow: Bonus Sunday’s 1977 Park Guide blowout!

15 comments:

Major Pepperidge said...

Have a GREAT trip! I can't wait to hear all about it, since I've never been there. It will be interesting to get the viewpoint of somebody else who is seeing it all for the first time.

Disneyana World said...

A recent complete EPCOT Center opening day ticket went for $158.00

Do you have any grand opening tickets from any EPCOT Center attractions or shows?

Anonymous said...

I have four tickets? Still in the chrome envelopes...Any suggestions on selling these?

Joe said...

I have 2 UNUSED, with original stub attached, pre-opening Epcot tickets purchased in August, 1982 and their silver envelopes. Can anyone suggest where I can get these fairly appraised?

Chip Rohlke said...

I have 2 of the original unused 3 day commemorative tickets from Oct 1 1982 I'd sell for $1000 total.These won't last.
I'll include shipping (anywhere).
Call for more info.
Chip Rohlke
321-298-9796.

Anonymous said...

have any of you been able to sell your unused Epcot opening day tickets? I have 4 and would like to try and sell them.

Alex said...

I also have 2 complete tickets with the silver envelope.

Has anyone actually had success selling their tickets?

Also, anyone actually tried using the tickets!? The price for 3-day admission to both Epcot and Magic Kingdom for 2 people is nearly $1,000.

a.addison.cook@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I have 3 UNUSED, with original stub attached, pre-opening Epcot tickets and their silver envelope. They are for two adult and one child. I would be willing to sell them for a good price. I read that you can use them at Disney for a three day Hopper Pass.Regular price today for 3 day for 2 adults and one child is over a thousand dollars.
seeitgo@aol.com

liz rutter said...

Yes I have two

Ted said...

I have 3 tickets from 82 in gold envelopes that have not been used and I'm looking to know what they are worth. They say good for three days at 3 of the parks that were open back then. I haven't looked at them in a few years, but I think the tickets were gold as well.quil3336@hotmail.com

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platinum envelopes that have certainly not been recently utilised and i am trying to understand what they may be worth. It is said good for 72 hrs with 3 of the parks which were open up in those days.


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Anonymous said...

Hi. This is my first time on a blog so if I make mistakes please forgive me. I have old Disney tickets that I would like to sell but don't know the value. First is a Walt Disney World Epcot Center opening october 1982 special edition commemorative ticket. Three day world adventure allows one adult. The sutb is attachted. Can anyone help? Thank you.

Mark Johnson said...

I have a single ticket, numbered and a few years ago purchased 2 tickets with the serial numbers as all Zeros? i.e.: 000000

Anonymous said...

I have a 1982 Epcot center car parking pass in mint condition. Price on it $.95 plus $.05 tax with total $1.00. Does anyone know if this has any value.

Anonymous said...

Anyone know today's value of 4 pristine 3 day Epcot Inaugural Oct. 1, 1982 tickets with stub attached? I have picture proof so leave comment as most I see here are years old, thanks!