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I was talking about Disney at work yesterday and one of the guys mentioned to me that his aunt and uncle have just purchased lifetime park passes. WHAT?! Has anyone heard of this? He told me they were good for every single park, for life, and they were transferable to their children when they die. I thought maybe he confused the Disney Vacation Club with something else but he swears to me that they have purchased lifetime park passes. He couldn't tell me how they did it or how much it cost them but that his aunt & uncle "know people". I'm really curious if anyone here knows of such a thing.
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I know back in the early 80s you could buy a lifetime park pass for some outrageously low amount of like $150(Probably alot at the time), but that ended years ago. That would be cool if you could still do that. Anybody with more info?
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With all the guidebooks and research we (the collective PassPorter board member "we" ) have amassed, I would think that by now one of us would have either obtained or at the very least uncovered these passes in our journey. Then again it's always possible that they could be a new venture. And if they are, I want some sooo bad.