Hopefully you like “Stub” style Disneyland tickets, because we've got lots of the little gems to gaze at today.
These scans come from a ticket binder that contained sample tickets and was once at Disneyland. It was used to determine what “old” tickets could be exchanged for the new “passports”. Most tickets, lettered or otherwise had (or have?) a point value, a certain number of points gets you a passport. We’ll examine the exchange process in a latter post.
I say this binder “was” at the park because I think these ultimately ended up being individually sold on eBay. In fact, I’m sure of because I bought one! See my post from January 2008 (link) my Skyway ticket is the exact same ticket as the one in the top right of the first scan page below, even the staple mark is in the correct spot.
“Frontier Transportation” what the heck was that, everything seems to have it's own ticket? “Speed Boats” The Phantom Boats before or after they were “Phantom”? Neat stuff!
“Adventure Boat” Some of the names on these stub tickets don’t exactly match the letter tickets.
Thanks again to "you know who" for the binder scans, they are pure gold. (There's lots more!!)