Where can I buy legit Disney pins?
You can buy authorized Disney pins at the theme parks, Disney Resorts, Disney stores, and on DisneyStore.com. There are also many guests that buy resale Disney pins on sites such as eBay or Amazon. You can often find substantial savings and great value from online resellers.
Do they sell pins at the Disney store?
Since 2008, trading pins are no longer sold in stores outside of those located at the theme parks, and are only available through ordering them at the online Disney Store. Disney Shopping has offered limited edition pins on their website since Disney Auctions was closed.
Is Disneyland still trading pins?
The theme park and Resort are happy to welcome back the Pin Trading experience for their Guests. … Now that Pin Trading has become a coast-to-coast Disney Park phenomenon, it was unfortunate when it did not return when the Disneyland Resort initially reopened. Thankfully, Pin Trading is now back and here to stay!
How do you get Disney pins?
Just visit Walt Disney World, the Disneyland Resort or Disneyland Paris, locate a Cast Member wearing a lanyard with Disney pins and find a pin you’d like. Then present another Disney pin to the Cast Member in trade.
What is the rarest Disney pin?
One of the rarest Disney pins and possibly the largest is the limited edition Super Jumbo Maleficent Dragon Gate pin made exclusively by artist Guy Vasilovich. There were only 100 of these pins made, making them very rare. The pins are platinum and very large, measuring, 4.5″ x 5″.
Where can I get cheap Disney pins?
Disney’s Character Warehouse
By far the best place we found to have awesome prices on pins! Check back daily as their stock will change. We found individual pins for as low as 25 cents and large sets that were originally 29.99 marked down to 7.99!
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!
Are Disney pins worth any money?
One of the most common things that everyone loves to collect are the rare and extravagant Disney pins. Some of these pins can be worth anything from $5-$5,000. Mostly, the pins that were released from 1990 to 2010 are worth a lot more than the newer ones released today.
What is the most sought after Disney pin?
Most Valuable Disney Pins
- Super Jumbo Maleficent Dragon Gate Pin. …
- Dream Jeweled Mickey Mouse Pin. …
- Pluto With Butterflies Pin (Tie) …
- Lilo and Stitch Baseball Series Pin (Tie) …
- Mickey Mouse Apple Magritte Disney Pin (Tie) …
- Mickey Mouse Coca-Cola Rare Disney Pin (Tie) …
- 101 Dalmatians 45th Anniversary Famous Error Pin (Tie)
How can I get free Disneyland pins?
You Can Get Free Pins at Disneyland and California Adventure
At City City Hall in Disneyland and the Chamber of Commerce in California Adventure, all you have to do is stroll up and ask for a free button to get one. Among the buttons you can get are First Time Visitor and Birthday versions.
How can you tell if Disney pins are fake?
Serial Number – Disney has started adding these in recent years. Coloring – Look for true colors, anything yellow/green tint or off color is an indicator of a fake (yellow eyes are bad). Rough edges – a real pin will have smooth, and not rough edges. Disney Pin Trading Logo – is an indicator of a real pin.
What are Hidden Mickey pins?
Previously known as “Hidden Mickey” pins, the new name represents the new, wide variety of pins. Hidden Disney pins (also formerly known as Cast Lanyard Pins) are only obtainable by trading with a Cast Member off of their lanyard.
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 Disney cast members have to trade pins?
Cast Members MUST trade any pin on their lanyard to any guest who asks, but there is a maximum of two trades per lanyard. Of course if you have a family of 5, each of you can trade two pins – the limit is per guest, not per family.