In Epic Mickey
Mickey can hold as much as 1,000 tickets in the beginning of playing the game; as the game progresses, collecting film reels may increase the number of tickets Mickey can hold if he talks to the usher on Mean Street. In addition, Mickey can purchase an upgrade for a wallet to hold more E-Tickets in various shops found in Wasteland, particularly the Mean Street Emporium. With a fully upgraded wallet, Mickey can hold a maximum of 9,999 E-Tickets.
Once Mickey progresses to the Battle in Tomorrow City near the end of the game, E-Tickets will stop appearing, presumably due to the fact that Mickey will not encounter any shops nor return to previous ones for the remainder of his battle with the Blot, thus giving him no reason to continue collecting them at this point. However, E-Tickets can still be collected when revisiting the 2D cartoon levels Plutopia and Mickey's Mechanical Man when revisiting Tomorrow City and Space Voyage, respectively.
- Unlike other E-Tickets, gold E-Tickets feature Oswald instead of Mickey.
- At the Disney theme parks when they first opened, instead of using one pass for everything, visitors would use A, B, C, D, and E-tickets. E-Tickets were for the 'best' stuff, like for the Haunted Mansion or It's a Small World. They were 85 cents for adults, and 75 cents for children.
- Assuming these prices were kept in the game, Mickey can hold a total of $2550 or $2250 worth of E-tickets, without taking inflation into account.
- In the first game, the E-Ticket counter shows a blue E-Ticket, despite there not being any in the game.
- In the game files for Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two, there's a texture for a yellow, non-Oswald e-ticket that goes unused.