No "hopper" (as there was nothing yet to hop to!)...but here's an in-room advertisement for the old "Hospitality" Ticket Books that featured 2 days of admission to Disneyland...that they used to offer only to area hotel guests:
No date on it but I'm guessing mid 70's, based on the prices and the age of the other stuff in the same box it came out of.
Interesting to note that back in those days, 15 ticketed attractions out of the approximately 40 available, was considered a very full plate even for 2 days. Of course there was a lot more entertainment in the Park back then that would take up a whole lot of the average Guest's time while in Disneyland.
It's also kind of fun to think back to when staying overnight and visiting Disneyland for a second day in a row, was considered probably a much bigger deal than it is today. Especially when you consider that there was only the one Park.
One might also note and/or fondly recall the old "Junior" category that used to give more relief to families in the pocketbook.
This ad got me to wondering what (if any) deals are available these days to either Disney Resort Hotel Guests, or area hotel and motel guests. Are there still stand-alone (non-package) admission media at lower prices that can be purchased by hotel guests these days?
Or does Disney now just force hotel guests to purchase inclusive packages as their only way to get a break on admission media?
I'd be interested to know. Thanks.