I would hope that with that $16,100 (as of now) that the Disney corporation would also give you and a family member a lifetime pass to the park chain. That is totally amazing and cool though. I guess if I had thousands of dollars just laying around I would do it as well.
Man that is just so wrong....why can't I be rich and have money? Oh wait, because I'm a college graduate student and I'm in debt! I knew there was a reason, just couldn't remember why I did not have money. ;)
Yeah, for all we call Mizzou :(
PS: Just thought of something (and it shows how much of a Disneynerd I am), if they add one more ghost does that bring the number up from 999 happy haunts to 1000? That just kind of ruins it doesn't it. Also is the house full now? As there was room for "one more" not "several more". ;) OK I'll stop now.
Also all the Disney trivia games that I have where it asks how many ghosts reside in the Haunted Mansion will have to be updated. The only sollution to the problem is to kick a ghost out.
Also as of now the bidding is up to $18,300.00! Any predictions as to what this will reach? I think $25,000 is quite possible. What do the rest of you think? *** Edited 10/15/2004 6:41:01 PM UTC by Trick Track***
Seeing that it is that high and with 6 days left (did not pay attention to how long is left) I would go out on a limb and say about $90,000. I as well may be high but the "True Disney Nuts" will do anything to get this!
Trick Track said: I would hope that with that $16,100 (as of now) that the Disney corporation would also give you and a family member a lifetime pass to the park chain.
The proceeds are going to charity (Boys & Girls Club) so it's not as if Disney will be pocketing anything more than than the warm goodwill fuzzies.
But something tells me that if someone can afford the $53,425 to buy the tombstone (my stab at a final price -- $35k right now) that they have no problem paying annual pass prices or getting into Club 33.
from the Ebay page: "In the event the tombstone is permanently removed on or prior to the tenth anniversary of its installation, the winner's only right or remedy shall be to receive a refund of the auction price."
So if for some reason, the tombstone is removed before it's been in there for TEN years...then you get a refund on the bid? Nice! When I first read it, I thought "they're only keeping it in there for 10 years?" But after re-reading it, my mind is straightened/rightened.