Today’s post is in honor of my upcoming trip to Walt Disney World. It’s one week away and now I am getting excited.
Today’s post will focus on 1977, a year that I wish Walt Disney World looked liked when I get there next week. Here is the 1977 Walt Disney World Guide shown next to the Spring 1977 Disneyland Guide. Looks like one of the parks got a larger and nicer book. I guess everything about the Florida Property is larger….
Ok, since you asked, you can view both of these complete guides on this coming Bonus Sunday. It’s fun to compare the two.
A nice 8 Adventure book from 1977, at $7.25 its 25¢ larger than Disneyland’s 11 Adventure Book. Bigger is better?
Here’s a fairly rare book. From September 1976, it’s a full book of “in-park” tickets. These are different than the more common “courtesy” books that were given out by hotels and for promotions. These were bought in the park from the ticket booths and most were used right away.
Since these are good for any attraction (A thru E) why on earth would you use them for anything but an “E” ticket attraction? I like the original Walt Disney World Logo above.
$3.50 for a $4.50 value, a better deal can’t be had. (Weird Florida sales tax breakdown)
In case you were looking for a Disneyland Flyer Comparison post today (like I promised yesterday) check back in a couple of days, I'm having “issues” with the PC that my large flatbed scanner is hooked up to. (Yes the demo copy of Photoshop expired…)
Tomorrow: It's "Today's Good News" at Disneyland - July 1981