What are the Disney pins and what are their benefits?
- Asked by Bonnie from DE on 4/23/2010
Hi Bonnie! Disney Pin Trading is a fun way to meet Disney fans and exchange Disney pins. There are numerous Disney pins available for purchase and trade, so people often have preferences or exchange specific pins to complete their "collection".... read more
4 th trip in 2 years and addicted to the panel. We'll be there 11/26. Being an avid pin trader, I am dying to meet Scoop Sanderson. How do I find him? Thanks :)
- Asked by Ayse from TX on 11/10/2010
Thank you for your sweet words! We are addicted to answering questions and are happy you've come to us!
Scoop Sanderson is a favorite among pin traders and even has some trading pins honoring him. He is often found on Main... read more
home from our disney trip and my 4 year olds buttons from 1st visit and birthday are missing ! anyway i can get them sent to me or purchase from home ?
- Asked by bobbie from OH on 11/10/2011
I am sorry to hear that this happened to your little guy!
Unfortunately, the buttons are not available for sale. You might want to call Guest Services at one of the parks and ask if they can send you the buttons. An even better idea... read more
Where can I buy Disney pins? I see many listed on amazon but how do I know they are real? If I end up with fakes (but do not know they are fakes) will cast members refuse to trade with my children? THANKS!
- Asked by Michael from MN on 3/17/2012
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... read more
Could you explain the pin trading to a first time visitor? My friend suggested picking up "cheaper" pins for trading but online I didn't think the price was "cheap". Is this something worth doing with a 5 yr old girl & almost 9 yr
- Asked by Lori from ND on 12/27/2011
Picking up some pins that are on sale or clearance (at The Disney Store, for example) would be a big help, as some pins can be $10+ a pin, so it can add up quickly. There are also great 'starter' sets that are wonderful for those... read more