From the Magic Kingdom Club vaults (that's the shoe-box) here’s a 1967 Membership Card. The castle appears to be very similar to the 1966 Membership Card, but this castle has some abstract shading – a security feature?
Usually the organization is a corporation or a union, this one appears to be from the Disneyland Recreation Club, what’s that all about (Jason?).
New for 1967, 10 percent discount on merchandise! But only at Disneyland Operated Shops & Stores? How were you supposed to know the difference?
This is one of the special ticket books you might have purchased with your 1967 Membership Card. Dated October 1967, it’s missing the admission ticket (naturally) which is too bad because unlike the Globe tickets inside, the admission ticket was the rare castle and star paper.
The Magic Key Coupon was the Cadillac for Disneyland attraction tickets. Good on ANY ride or attraction, A thru E!
These ticket books could only be purchased in the off season. During the summer, you only got a couple extra regular tickets in a standard “A thru E” type book. If you went frequently however, you could buy these books in the off months then use them in the summer, the never expire!
You’ll find me in the New Tomorrowland ’67!
Although $4.50 was a decent amount of money in 1967, admission to Disneyland and 10 E tickets for under five bucks seems like a great deal or a “Max. Value of $10.50”.
The admission ticket would look pretty much like this, although this one is from 1974 and the main gate admission alone is worth $4.50!