Do cast members have to trade their pins if your ask them? Are they allowed to say no? Thanks for your help!!!
- Asked by Janine from MA on 7/13/2008
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). Note: Most Cast... read more
What is the pin trading? How can I get my kids involved in this? They are 10 and 12. Can I buy pins before I go to disney?
- Asked by John from ME on 1/9/2008
Pin trading is a great activity for your tweens. Basically what happens is guests and cast members walk around the parks wearing colorful Disney-themed pins. The pins could be on a hat or vest, but most often they are worn on a lanyard around... read more
My children want to try pin trading. How does this work with cast members. If my child asks a cast member to trade a pin that my child has, but the cast member does not have, is the cast member supposed to accept the trade ?
- Asked by S from MA on 2/8/2008
Pin trading is a great way to add to your kids enjoyment at WDW. All of my kids are big fans.Our experience has been that any Cast Members at the Theme Parks and Resorts that has a lanyard with pins will be willing to trade, assuming they... read more
Hi! My question is for Bret concerning pin trading. Is it true their is different trading etiquette for adults than their is for children? Someone told me that cast members don't have to trade with adults and they have to choose which pin to trade. Jus
- Asked by Brooke from KY on 11/22/2008
Pin trading is for all ages, but kids get some extra opportunities. Adults and children can trade pins with MOST Cast Members, but only kids (ages 3-12) can trade with Cast Members with "green" lanyards at WDW ("teal" colored lanyards at... read more
Is it true that when you are roaming the park with your own pins, you should not say "NO" to someone who wants to trade for one of yours? Is there a pin-trading rule that I should know about? Should I leave my favorite ones at home?
- Asked by curtin from NV on 4/18/2008
If you click here, you'll find a link to a pdf about pin trading etiquette. While this document happens to talk about Disneyland, you'll find that the same guidelines apply to Disney World as well. You can also find good information on... read more