Somehow this post got mixed up, it was suppose to be on Tuesday, oh well, just pretend its May 4th. By 1988 the tickets sure weren’t very exciting. Lack of color and could Goofy be any smaller? Even the card stock itself is cheap; it’s not glossy like the older tickets.
$21.50 does seem like a good deal compared to today.
For anyone tracking the parking fees at Disneyland over the years (that would be me and probably Jason) parking was $3 in 1988 - I would pay ten times that amount still see that old parking lot again.
The gate flyer is all about “Blast to the Past” – you’ll be seeing more of “blast” in upcoming posts for May.
Clearly the emphasis is on the 2 & 3 day passports. Hey, the Queen Mary appears to have sprouted wings, I didn’t know she could fly!
The “Blast to the Past” entertainment listing.
Oh boy, Circle Vision is offering two different shows every day! They had one hour to swap out nine reels of film, I wonder how many people it took to perform the switch over?
Blast to the Past “Trivia Game” is an entire post itself. Look for a post on the game next week and you'll see how it was possible to “tilt” the odds in your favor.
Can I still rent a 1956 Chevy Belair from National Car Rental? I wonder how much it was to rent it?
And lastly, Your 1988 Souvenir Guide book, which has been previously post on Bonus Sunday (link).