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January 25, 2020

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It may be the happiest place on earth, but I'm not sure you will be the happiest person on earth after parking and buying your ticket to get in. $25 to park, about $150 per day for 1 park on the weekend. I get it, if you can fill up the park at $150 per day per person, you charge it. I guess in the days of $200 Rock concerts for 2 hours, Disneyland is a bargain.

Team Chuck, when Fleetwood Mac was here a couple of years ago, there were tickets going for over 1000.00.. and then we went way up to the meet n greet tickets... No performer, band, etc, is worth that much. Sports players, pro, entertainers, etc, all charge ridiculous amounts, and people pay it, just like rents. No wonder theres so many homeless. My sister bought tickets to a show years ago for my birthday, two people, plus Brooks and Dunn, and Reba McEntire, 50.00, and I thought that was a bit high, 1998.

never been, never wanted to go! even when it was 20 dollars! lol!

Would like to own the '56 Buick in the picture.
Don't care all that much about going to Disneyland.
Been there, done that - once was enough.

bill fuller that's a sharp looking car!

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