In August 2019, the park honored visitor Richardson's free entry pass from 1985.
Richardson, who lives in the Edmonton suburb of Sherwood Park, Alberta, was planning a girls' trip to Disneyland with her mother, aunt, and daughters Mia and Maren when she found the coupon.
The mom of two first visited Disneyland in 1985 when she was 14 years old.
In 1985, admission tickets cost $16.50.
These days, the most basic single day admission ticket costs $90.
Still, not every old pass or ticket that you find buried in the attic will necessarily be honored at the House of Mouse.
Passes that are confirmed not to be copies and that do not have expiration dates will be accepted for entrance into Disney parks, while "A B C D E" tickets (used for admission to individual rides or attractions) are not good for general admittance.