Disney Pin Trading is an exciting, interactive experience where our Guests can trade Disney pins with our Disney Cast Members and other Guests. It’s fun for the whole family and CREATES cherished “pin pals” to last a lifetime! Start a new collection or exchange pins for the ones you’ve always wanted.
What happened to Disney pin trading?
Thankfully, Pin Trading is now back and here to stay! The experience, however, will be slightly different for the time being. Guests will be limited to two trades per Guest and per pin board.
How much are my Disney pins worth?
There is no comprehensive list detailing the exact value of each and every Disney collector’s pin available. Most pins retail between $6 and $7, but the truly limited editions such as the jeweled pins retail at a much higher price.
Can you trade pins at Disney 2021?
It’s official… Disney Pin Trading is back at the Disneyland Resort! Today, June 15, 2021, a pin trading board was spotted at Disney’s Pin Traders at Downtown Disney.
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.
Are Loungefly pins real Disney pins?
TLDR: Loungefly Disney pins are licensed Disney pins that can be traded in the parks. Disney Parks/Shop Disney does not sell Loungefly pins yet (licensed or park official). The alien remix pins from the two companies are based on the same Disney art work but are different pins.
Are Disney Fantasy pins illegal?
Many have been calling them “Fantasy Pins” and they are inspired by Disney in some sort of way. These fan pins are not trademarked or officially sanctioned by Disney but so many people are crazy about them!
Do Disney cast members have to trade pins?
The short answer is “yes” they have to trade with you. However, there are some other rules to keep in mind relating to your question: – If the Cast Member has a green/teal lanyard, they will only trade with kids (age 3-12). … These “Showcase” pins are for demonstration only and are not available for trade.
Where is the best place to sell Disney pins?
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. Another great way is Instagram.
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.