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(DISNEYLAND) Anyway to get my friend in free tomorrow?

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  • (DISNEYLAND) Anyway to get my friend in free tomorrow?

    I'm desperate and this won't work I know but my friend needs to get into tomorrow night and she can't afford a ticket.. our best friend is flying in from England and having a get together there. My two cast member friends aren't working tomorrow and there is no other way to get my friend in, it's really causing her to be depressed and upset so I just wondered. Out of curiousity. It'd mean the world to her.

    I'm at the point of begging for her.

  • #2
    you should go out the park and get ur hand stamped and quickly rub the stamp on her hand while the stamp is still wet, then go back inside and hand her the ticket from the gateway enterance and then she can get in. It's a crzy idea but its all i could come up with in so little time. Im not sure if it will work but its worth a try.
    "Walt Disney World may have more than Disneyland, but Disneyland has quality, and quality triumphs over quantity" -DL_CRAZE
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    • #3
      I don't have a ticket though I have an AP. You think if she had the handstamp and not a ticket they'd let her in? Ugh that's crazy, but we're desperate. Our friend coming has lost half his family in the last year and he's moving here because of us, it's a sad story trust me so we're trying to make him happy.

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      • #4
        well, try borrowing someones ticket and give it back to them after she uses it if ur so desperate.
        "Walt Disney World may have more than Disneyland, but Disneyland has quality, and quality triumphs over quantity" -DL_CRAZE
        __________________________________________________________

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        • #5
          A Cast Member might be able to sign in your friend as their guest.

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          • #6
            Between you, your friend, your friend from England, and all the others at the "get together"... you can't scrape together fifty bucks?? I don't think you're trying hard enough! Once you get to DLR, have your friend wait outside the gate (I assume you have a ticket or AP). You go inside to the group and beg $5 bucks a person because you have a penninless friend outside who wants to come in and enjoy the party! I'm sure they will help! And tell them your friend already has $15 or $20, they only have to make up the difference (come on, they can get that much, right??).

            If they can't get that much together, maybe they should be doing something else besides thinking about spending the day at Disneyland!

            --J.
            --Jonathan

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            • #7
              Originally posted by DL_CRAZE
              you should go out the park and get ur hand stamped and quickly rub the stamp on her hand while the stamp is still wet, then go back inside and hand her the ticket from the gateway enterance and then she can get in. It's a crzy idea but its all i could come up with in so little time. Im not sure if it will work but its worth a try.
              coming from a former Main Entrance CM, I wouldn't recommend that. A, it doesn't work (the handstamp dries pretty quickly, and it'd be faint...plus, you'd think someone wouldn't notice the ticket being passed hand to hand over the gate? If the CM doesn't spot it, someone in the line will, and they'll squawk) and B, it could get your friend kicked out of the park, rather than let in.

              I'd recommend either spotting her the money for a ticket between you and your friends, just this once, or her, you know, just not going. Tough, I know, but if she can't afford to go, that's the breaks.
              I hope that when the world comes to an end, I can breathe a sigh of relief, because there will be so much to look forward to.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by JonathanIT
                Between you, your friend, your friend from England, and all the others at the "get together"... you can't scrape together fifty bucks?? I don't think you're trying hard enough! Once you get to DLR, have your friend wait outside the gate (I assume you have a ticket or AP). You go inside to the group and beg $5 bucks a person because you have a penninless friend outside who wants to come in and enjoy the party! I'm sure they will help! And tell them your friend already has $15 or $20, they only have to make up the difference (come on, they can get that much, right??).

                If they can't get that much together, maybe they should be doing something else besides thinking about spending the day at Disneyland!

                --J.
                I agree with you JoanthanIT!

                I've sacrificed so many lunches while at work..
                Gone to my parents to do my laundry instead of at the laundrymat...
                Eaten only Top Ramen dinners...
                Collected every bit of change I could find..
                Given up the chance to see films in the theatre...
                Buy everything with generic labels...
                Save all the coupons I could locate and use them religiously...
                Shop for clothes at a thrift store...
                Go to the library and rent free movies, checkout the latest books instead of buying...

                I do everything I can to scrape together money for Disneyland and it makes it all worthwhile once I get there. Theres no greater joy than truly earning something, really working hard to achieve something makes the pleasure of reaching your goal indescribable.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by EagleWings
                  our best friend is flying in from England and having a get together there.
                  This sounds like a good person from whom to borrow $53. (Be sure to pay it back!)
                  "Yesterday, a man walked up to me and said, 'Isn't it a shame that Walt Disney couldn't be here to see this?' and I said, "He did see this, that's why it's here."
                  -Art Linkletter July 17, 2005-


                  When you wish upon a star your dreams come true.

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                  • #10
                    Marie: there are ways to make it work (handstamp)

                    Eaglewings: sorry, won't tell you because it's wrong. Best bet is looking for someone to sign you in or borrowing money.

                    Unusually and exceedingly peculiar and altogether quite impossible to describe...


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                    • #11
                      I agree... ask melmel if she can do it... she seems like she works a lot
                      -Miss Wendy Lynn

                      The second star to the right
                      Shines in the night for you
                      To tell you that the dreams you plan
                      Really can come true

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