I was cleaning my garage today listing to a playlist on my iPod titled 'Dead Disneyland' (Basically any audio that used to play in the park that cannot be heard today), and something struck me as I was listening to the 1956 Ticket Book spiel. Was Disneyland a better place to visit when you paid less to enter and decided whether to buy General Admission (for 50 cents to a dollar) or Day at Disneyland Ticket Books (for $2-$3 for admission to 10 attractions). Of course you could avoid the hefty cost of the whole book by purchasing individual tickets at the entrance of the attraction
My question is would you prefer ticket books today if your admission was less, but did not allow you to visit you any attractions without paying more.
The more I think about it the more I think I wish ticket books were still around. I think I usually go on 7 or 8 attractions when I go to the park, but sometimes I like to just sit and take in the atmosphere; which requires no ticketbook at all.