Unreal!!!!!!! .25 WHOLE CENTS? ha! Great ticket. Is this a part of your personal collection? I SO regret not keeping more stuff from my 40 years of going to DL. My parents didn't keep the stubs, etc. from when we went when I was a kid.
The Opus Archives has hundreds of these in all price levels and colors! We never threw them out and started collecting them all the way back to Disneyland's earliest years. And we just kept collecting them! I don't think we ever threw anything away.
Many times we didn't have to pay a penny to park, which of course is even better than paying 25 cents!
What I like about those recent pulls from the Opus Archives of various comp parking tickets, is just how many different ways you can say, "Free."
And then there's always my favorite free parking tag:
Glad to see Disney isn't sticking it to us by inflating the parking prices far beyond the inflation rate...
Eh...don't worry too much about it. Water under the bridge now.
Besides, Disney has always done just fine with their own brand of inflation. Here's just a small example from the Opus Archives (I've got lots more!) of that:
On the very positive side...each and every one of those and all my others...are still valid today! What's a ticket these days? Sixty bucks? So personally, I don't think they owe me any credits for inflation.
In fact...if I had paid those face value ticket prices back then...I think that would have been a darn good investment that probably did better than inflation!
Was wondering when the parking lot Sections went to character names?
Can't help with the "when"...but the Opus Archives are ready to go with the "where."
Club 33 Members had their own special section right up front by the Main Gate in the Chip section. That was sure nice when I accompanied my Club 33 Member-friend to the Park and you just walked a few feet to the gate. No need for a locker when parking there!
Another piece of trivia about the old Disneyland Parking Lot...the Disney characters painted on the section signs were done by Disney Legend Bill Justice.