There are many Facebook groups that allow pin selling, like the Disney Pins Blog Community. If you are looking for other Disney Pin selling groups, just search Facebook for others. You can post your collection in these groups and some even have thousands of members.
Is it illegal to sell Disney pins?
Copyright and trademark law says that you can’t make Disney items without a license. However, buying items, then reselling them is legal under the first-sale doctrine – you don’t need anyone’s permission.
Do Disney pins increase in value?
Considerations For The Collector
It is an officially supported hobby promoted by Disney. Pins do rise in value and some have commanded over $2,000 in private and public sales on the secondary market, which too this day remains vibrant and active.
Why are Disney pins so expensive?
Part of the reason that people get so into pin trading is because there are so many awesome pins that Disney releases. They feature our favorite Disney characters, rides, foods, and even locations within the park.
Is Disney World free on your birthday?
Sorry, the answer is sadly, no. You no longer can get free admission to a Disney Park on your birthday. The Disney Parks Moms Panel constantly welcomes guests to ask their burning questions about U.S. based parks-goings-on, and this is a common question.
Will Disney cast members trade fake pins?
All Disney Cast Members will accept them for trades, but they probably are not pins you would want to keep in your collection if you become a serious collector. … If you or your kids are trading pins with Cast Members, you’re going to get scrappers in return.
How do you keep Disney pins from falling off?
Without a back a pin can fall right off and you might not even notice. To ensure you don’t lose sight of your favorite pins, consider buying locking backs. For a couple dollars you can get a bag of locking backs with a tool to lock them in place.
Why are pins so expensive?
Most people order small quantities so the price per pin may seem high, but it is because they are paying to create a mold and spreading the cost over few pins. A typical enamel pin mold costs $50. If you only order one pin, you would pay a minimum of $50 to cover the cost of the mold.