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Old unused D-land ticket, still good?

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  • Old unused D-land ticket, still good?

    My friend showed me an unused admission ticket she just found that she got as a xmas gift years ago (it cost $28, when the heck was that??). Anyway, she asked if it was still good for admission and I said I didnt see why not, it has no expiration date on it anywhere, but that I'd ask my trusty MC friends.

    So, would this ticket still be good? And if it is, does she just walk up to the gate and use it or go to the ticket booth and get an updated new one?

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    Re: Old unused D-land ticket, still good?

    If it has not been used, then it is still good. You should go to the ticket will call window/guest service window to the left of the turnstiles at the main gate.

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    • #3
      Re: Old unused D-land ticket, still good?

      $28 Dollars? That must be fairly old unless it is a discount ticket.

      The only discount ticket I have bought are Military before my AP, which I bought through that too, and it is only ten or so dollars chepear, I think they sell at $51 now..

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      • #4
        Re: Old unused D-land ticket, still good?

        You have to get an updated one to work on the turnstiles and for the fast pass machines.....but it's still good!
        Mom, remember, it's not what a person is like on the outside that counts,
        it's what they are like in their HEART!


        - Wolfette

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        • #5
          Re: Old unused D-land ticket, still good?

          I would check the going rates on old tickets at eBay first... It might be worth more than $59 to a collector......
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          • #6
            Re: Old unused D-land ticket, still good?

            i don't think that it is that old though. I remeber ticket prices being $34 in the early 90's
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            • #7
              Re: Old unused D-land ticket, still good?

              if it's earlier than the early '90s then it's at least 10 years old! that's pretty old! and pretty valuable to some collectors.

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