Vintage baseball ticket stubs for all teams from this era in general are worth about $5.-$10. and about $10.-$15. for full tickets. Condition is important. Rips, crease, stains and fading could bring the price down significantly. With ticket stubs if the stub was not torn cleanly it will effect the price as will if the stub was stapled to a program (holes) which is a common practice.
Ticket stubs from baseball games that feature special events or player milestones are highly sought after by collectors. Special events such as opening day, inaugural games, last game at a Stadium, play-offs, , etc. Player milestones can include 500 home runs, 300 win, or any record breaking event.
There is a large community of collectors that collect tickets stubs of baseball games when a noted player hits a Home Run. Record breaking Players such as Mantle, Mays Aaron, and now players like Alex Rodriguez who have a shot at hitting 500, 600 home runs or more. Tickets/stubs from these games are very desirable, and will bring top dollar if a collector needs this ticket to complete their set.
Try to find the box score of the game played on the date your tickets are from. Look for a player milestone for a noted player on both teams. San Diego had players like Willie Mccovey (500 HR club) and Dave Winfield (3000 hits) You might find collectors interested in games where these player got a hit or a HR.
Yes they are. I used one from the eighties in 2004 and they accept them without any hassle.There May Be Some RestrictionsTickets from the 70s may be honored, but they may be restricted to the one park that was open at that time. In other words, you might be able to only get into the Magic Kingdom. (Epcot opened in 1982, MGM Studios in 1992, and Animal Kingdom in 1998.) You will probably need to upgrade your ticket to enter the other parks. If so, you will get a credit for the value of the ticket you have and be charged the difference. Based on my understanding of how it works, you will have to go to a ticket window to complete the transaction because the Disney folks won't answer specific questions about unused tickets over the phone. Happy day, Anne***I would notuse tickets from the 70's. They are still valid but you will get more for them on eBay than the $74 park admission. You might also contact Disney historical society, often time the will buy antique tickets. I had a guest who came into 'One Mans Dream' with some 1974 tickets asking about them and we referenced him to the historical society. I exchange for the tickets, the sent him and his family annual passes.
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