Do any of you know of Pin Trading groups or events in Seattle, WA or around the NorthWest? Or are there any websites you can recommend with links or listings to different gatherings around the country?
- Asked by Joe from WA on 11/23/2010
Hi Joe! The Official Disney Pin Trading website can be found at http://eventservices.disney.go.com/pintrading/index and offers detailed information about Disney pins, pin purchasing, pin trading events at various Disney properties and pin trading... read more
I was wondering if there is a store at one of the Parks or Downtown Disney that I could order a Pin starter kit and have it shipped to my house?
- Asked by Meghan from PA on 7/1/2009
Disney produces a wide range of trading pin starter sets. You can buy two of the basic sets: Mickey & Friends and Disney Princesses through the Disney Store online, found HERE.
Other sets may be available as well. You can find them by... read more
No one else knows the answer, please help! Does Scoop still do his pintalk at the Exposition Hall on Main St? My son is dying to meet him and we can't seem to get any info. We will be at WDW in Jan.
Thanks for your help.
- Asked by Becky from NC on 11/16/2010
Yes, Scoop Sanderson appears at the Exposition Hall on Main Street, USA on Mondays, Tuesdays & Wednesdays at 1:00pm. Since this is subject to change, you can check the Times Guide upon entering the Magic Kingdom to be sure that he... read more
My son will be 5 when we come, he has ADHD and talks non stop. I was thinking of starting him with pin trading, that way he has a reason to talk to people and I think it might help redirect him. Is this a good age though? Worried it's too mature for him.
- Asked by Karen from NJ on 6/27/2012
Hi Karen! Pin trading is a fantastic idea! Your son can get his own lanyard to wear his pins proudly! He can go up to any cast member and trade with them - super fun! Sometimes they even have one backwards, a mystery pin, which my daughter... read more
Hi Margaret! I saw that u mentioned ebay as a means to get started with pin trading. We are going to Disney in June with 4 kids and have purchased 60 Disney pins on ebay for about $1.00 each. Already have lanyards/pins from earlier trading, so this is ok?
- Asked by Georgette from NC on 3/10/2010
Great job! It sounds to me like you have perfect plans in place to begin your pin trading experience at Disney World. I would plan on placing a number of pins on each lanyard and carry any extra in a ziploc bag. I would also carry... read more