Available January 5 thru May 31, 1977 it’s the Magic Kingdom Club Exclusive Passport to Disneyland. This little flyer is the exact same size as the actual passport itself.
Admission and UNLIMITED use of all 54 Disneyland attractions (no Shooting Gallery exemption?). Is Space Mountain in that count of 54? It opened May 27, 1977 so you could still use these passports for its first few days.
There’s that pesky “except shooting galleries” notice, darn them!
This used April 8, 1977 ticket is proof that the “sting thru a paper hole” thing wasn’t such a good idea.
Here are a couple of unused (most likely samples) passports with low-low serials numbers, shamelessly re-broadcast from a previous post (link).
The size of these early passports still amazes me, they’re huge! By 1982 they had shrunk down to a more reasonable size.
If you haven’t heard the news yet, Disneyland might just be getting some much needed new and exciting things, like a new E-Ticket attraction, or two! And maybe, just maybe, something new on the PeopleMover track! Check out the article at Miceage (link).
From the article: “And yes, that was E Ticket attractions, plural. Just before the holiday season, John Lasseter took a walking tour of some of the top sites under consideration for these new expansions. John is now famous for being like a kid in a candy store on his regular Disneyland visits, and he was interested in all of the backstage areas to be seen on his recent Expansion Plan tour. The tour prominently included the current Festival Arena area, the northern edges of the Rivers of America, and the adjacent Circle D ranch that is backstage just beyond the berm, as well as the Tomorrowland areas in and around Innoventions.” WOW!