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  • On Oct 18, 2016
    Crystal from NJ Asked

    I came across some vintage (A,B,C,D,E) tickets. I was wondering if I could still use them for park admission.

    Hi Crystal! Oh WOW!!!!  How exciting to find these old tickets from when Walt Disney World opened. I have been a collector of old Disney things and finding original tickets is very difficult and a true collectors item.

    If these tickets are authentic and have never been used then Disney claims they will honor them. But only at the value of when they were issued. In other words a park ticket from the 70's is hardly going to be worth what a ticket is costing today. So they would figure out that value and put it toward what a ticket at today's price is. You would not see much of a reduction in the price.

    I suggest instead you consider selling your tickets someplace such as ebay or to a Disney collector. You will find they should bring quite a bit of money that way and then put that towards your park tickets. Collectors love having these old tickets as they are truly a bit of the magical beginning of Disney parks. Those of us old enough can remember clutching onto our ticket books and trying to decide what attractions to go on using the different tickets. Thank you for asking this question as it has brought a big smile on my face just thinking of the past!
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