How do you spot a scrapper Disney pin?

Can you trade scrapper pins at Disney?

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. … Moreover, Disney allows Cast Members to trade scrappers. Given both of these facts, Walt Disney World’s official stance on these pins is quite clear.

Are real Disney pins magnetic?

As an avid Disney pin collector, I always want to make sure that my pins are of the highest quality. However, there are many pins out there that may look like the real deal, but they are either fakes or scrappers. … Many of these fake pins are magnetic, so that is an easy way to tell if they are fakes.

What’s a scrapper pin?

Scrappers are simply pins that didn’t meet quality assurance standards and have been resold to people looking to buy pins on the cheap. Sometimes, the same molds are used in an unauthorized manner to make the fakes. This makes it really difficult to know if you’re getting the real deal.

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!

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What are Hidden Mickey pins?

The Hidden Mickey Collection is a way for Cast Members at Disney Parks and Resorts to trade unique pins with Guests. Guests can trade up to two (2) Hidden Mickey pins per Cast Member, per day. “Hidden Mickey Pin” is featured in a small box on the back stamp of each pin.

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.

Do all Disney pins have waffle back?

Not all pins have waffles

This pin is completely official and can be traded, but Disney decided to use a speckled background on this pin instead of the more well known Mickey head waffling.

Are cast members pin trading?

Trading pins with cast members

Disney pin trading with cast members at Walt Disney World is super easy. If you’re on the hunt for Disney pins and you see a cast member with a lanyard or a sheet of pins and you want to see which pins they have. Then all you have to do is politely ask them “may I see your pins, please”.

Which pins can you trade at Disney?

Pin trading is intended to be free; you should never pay to trade a Disney pin. The only pins cast members will not trade are award or service pins and personalized name pins. Pin trading etiquette says you should not touch any of the cast member’s pins.

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