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  • e ticket booklet or pin question

    should i buy pins or a 1970 e ticket book.
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    Re: e ticket booklet or pin question

    Hmmm not sure. I had personally found one at my dad's parents house in his brothers old room from when they were kids, and they left all their stuff there and I found one and I kept it. But then I gave it to my grandpa because he really likes disneyland. I didnt like it as much at the time, but now I do so I kinda regret it alittle, but its hard choice to chose from.

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      Re: e ticket booklet or pin question

      It all depends what the pins are at at what price.

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