Vintage Disney Storage Finds #7 – Disneyland Tickets & the Indiana Jones Decoder Card!

Vintage Disney Storage Finds #7  
Disneyland Tickets & the Indiana Jones Decoder Card!

As part of our early Spring Cleaning, we are moving and opening boxes and finding cool stuff! Today we opened a box and found a smaller box marked “Ticket Stubs” and found some vintage Disneyland Tickets and the Indiana Jones Adventure Decoder Card for the hieroglyphs on the walls in the waiting line for the ride.

NOTE: A SoCal Resident One Day Passport for Disneyland is priced at $24.00 in 1996!

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Vintage Disney Storage Finds – Disneyland Tickets & the Indiana Jones Decoder Card!

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5 thoughts on “Vintage Disney Storage Finds #7 – Disneyland Tickets & the Indiana Jones Decoder Card!

  1. Pingback: The Hollywood Sign (part 1) | JoshWillTravel

  2. Hi, This is probably not the ideal blog post to present my question but here goes…

    I have two sets of completely unused ticket books that include admission tickets. Each set of four ticket books are in sequential order. They are from January 1980. They are in perfect condition.

    I also have random used books from 1965 and 1969 that contain E tickets and a Mr. Lincoln ticket.

    Can anyone direct me to some information on value? I’d like to sell them.

  3. There are several facebook groups you may want to consult for info: Vintage Disney, Everything Disney Parks, Disneyland Yesterday Today and Tomorrow, and Truly Vintage Disney

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