A major theft could alter third-party ticket sales to the Happiest Place on Earth.
A cargo trailer containing 8,000 Disneyland tickets was stolen in California– which translates to roughly $800,000.
The trailer, belonging to the Future Farmers of America, was meant to be heading from Elk Grove to Southern California for the 90th Annual State FFA Leadership Conference.
Disneyland has digitally cancelled the tickets, which means they are now useless. The company is also reissuing replacement tickets to the FFA.
Meanwhile, California Highway Patrol is warning the public to be cautious when purchasing tickets from a private seller— because there are now thousands of illegitimate tickets out there.