• On Jan 31, 2011
    Christina from IL 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 am very excited about our upcoming trip to Disneyworld. I recently found some very old ticket books-they are from 1974. Are they worth anything towards admission or possibly a credit to use in the parks?

    Oooooooo Christina,
    Wow, I feel like you have something very special in your hands!  Are there any E-tickets left?  If I am right, an E-Ticket could get you into Pirates of the Caribbean, Jungle Cruise, Country Bear Jamboree, Haunted Mansion, Hall of Presidents, It's a Small World, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (I loved that one!) or Space Mountain.

    I verified with Disney and this is what I was told:  Bring your ticket books to the guest services booth at any of the four theme parks (you may want to try Magic Kingdom first, since that is where the tickets are from).  Your ticket books will have a value, which they will determine depending on how many tickets are left in the books.  They will apply the value towards a new park ticket. 

    There is a good chance that these also have value as collectors items.  There are many people who collect vintage Disney items like this.  You may want to look into it!

    Finally, Disney has a phone number for `Ticket Services`- 407-566-4985.  They are open 8am to 4:45pm EST.  Give them a call and they may be able to give you more details on these tickets.

    Christina, enjoy those treasured pieces of Disney history while you have them.  Then, enjoy the magic of your Disney vacation!
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Meet the Panelist: Lynn, Ontario

Walt Disney World stole my heart when my parents introduced me to the magic the year it opened. I fondly remember my first 'Mickey Mouse in a Glass House' balloon! I still visit with my parents-and now with my husband and our two teens. Learn More About Lynn

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