• On Jun 12, 2019
    Candice from NH Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    I came across an old ticket book from 1971, most of the tickets are in there. I was told I can actually trade this in for a day. Is this true?

    Hey there, hi there, ho there, Candice and welcome back to the Disney Parks Moms Panel. A Walt Disney World, Magic Kingdom Ticket from 1971 is like finding buried treasure. Watch out! Captain Jack Sparrow may take your loot, savvy?

    A 1971 Ticket Book is a part of history and Walt Disney World Resort knows that from time to time magical tickets such as yours want to find their way back home. You may be able to exchange it or receive credit toward a new ticket. To find out more about your Ticket Book please contact a Cast Member at (407) 939-1289. You may also email ticket.usage@disneyworld.com with questions about converting old tickets and remaining usage. If you are at Walt Disney World Resort then stop at any Guest Relations location, ticket window, or concierge desk at Disney Resort hotels for help. They are going to love hearing from you.

    Disney Dad Tip: Tickets in 1971 cost $3.50 and now a 1-Day Ticket begins at $109.00. I suggest getting this piece of Disney history framed because it is covered in pixie-dust.

    Candice, enjoy making many Magical Memories.

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Meet the Panelist: Jason, Georgia

I am a father and orthodontist who loves the hidden treasures found on Disney vacations. For over a decade, my wife and I have raised our two sons on Disney Cruise Line, Adventures By Disney, and Disney Theme Parks on both coasts. From large group and multigeneration family vacations to adult trips and couples getaways, I am excited to share my years of pixie-dust-covered experiences with you while planning your Disney vacation. Let the lifelong magical memories ... begin! Learn More About Jason

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