Can you believe this is my 1,000th post here on Vintage Disneyland Tickets? I sure can’t, but that's what the little counter thing says. Seems like it was just yesterday that I did my first post (link - my cropping was really bad) OK it feels like three years ago!
How will we Celebrate the 1,000th post? How about a GOLD PASS to Disneyland? How did you get one of these in 1962? Did you have to know Walt? Up to six people thru the main gate any day the park is open - wow!
The Gold Pass even gets better. Once inside the park head over to City Hall and get complimentary attraction tickets for everyone, every day the park is open! This is 1962's version of a premium annual pass for up to 6 people.
Here’s a Courtesy Guest book from June 1963, I’m guessing these are the type they gave out for Gold Pass holders, but I’m not certain.
This Magic Key ticket is from back in the days when the “E” attractions were still ¢50. The three stars on the right side as well as the “X” in the serial number indicate this is a courtesy or complimentary ticket.
Amazing castle and Disneyland font, I never get tired of looking at these.
Sharp eyes will notice the rare (one summer only) appearance of Papotin’s Revue at the Fantasyland Theater. Google “Papotin’s Revue” - I made the top of the list! More than once I’ve googled a vintage Disneyland ticket item or subject and found my blog at or near the top of the list, I’m generally modest, but I gotta admit I’m proud of that.
Thank you everyone for visiting and commenting on my blog – it really is a pleasure to do these posts. I’ve met some great people thru this blog, and of course, my utmost respect goes out to the “Big Three” (click to see their 1000th posts) – Daveland, Gorilla’s Don’t Blog and Stuff from the Park!