Published: May 2, 2012 at 4:36 PMi remember the key ticket at Disneyland. my dad work for a school district and was able get them most times we went. we would buy tickets for A or B rides su we could use on upper rides.
Published: May 2, 2012 at 8:47 PMYep. My dad worked for the City of San Diego and we got those All-E-Ticket-All-The-Time books.
Except during summer. The Magic Kingdom Club ticket books then gave you (IIRC) 12 A-E tix instead of 10 or 20 tix instead of 15.
Published: May 3, 2012 at 12:52 PMI was a member of the Magic Kingdom Club (something else that is now a memory) through work back in the 70's. We would get a ticket book with the magic key coupons instead of A thru E. The first time I purchased a POP ticket was in 1980. It was attached to a string that you had to loop through a shirt button hole. It was for two days and cost $18!