Disney pin trading is a very fun hobby to have. I learned about pin trading a couple years ago and have been hooked ever since. It is super fun and great for all ages! Pin trading doesn’t have to happen just in the parks though, there are a lot of groups on Facebook and other places online where people trade pins. Thousands of pins exist and finding the ones you love is part of the thrill of the chase. Since Disney is a vast enterprise, so are the pins. Pins are available for every type of person, character, movie, and time period. I personally love to collect princess pins, Tinkerbell pins, and Star Wars. My husband tends to collect Star Wars, villains, and fun ones like the Florida Sunbird ones. During each event or holiday a new pin or pins are released.
Disney Pins $1.15 + Up sent me 2 sets of pins to compare a scrapper version of a pin and a authentic version of a pin. You can check out my post about that here.
I have also written a post about Pin Trading Etiquette that you can find here.
I also received two other pins from Disney Pins $1.15 + Up. One pin is a Tinkerbell pin from a start up set. I already had it so now I have another one available to trade! Plus I got sent this adorable Princess pin. It has Jasmine, Ariel, and Belle and it says “I am a Disney Pin-cess”. I am in love with that pin. So no trading is going to happen with that pin. I received the pins super fast and they arrived in a nice bubble mailer. If you want pins for your next trip, definitely order from Disney Pins $1.15 + Up!!
Want to order pins for your next Disney vacation?
- Price for Scrapper free pins is = $1.75 ea.
- US shipping price for Up to 30 pins = $3.00
- US shipping for 31-200 priority = $6.00
- International shipping is Actual Cost. A priority box is usually 20.00, and it is Cheaper for single pins.
- Resort Delivery is $15.00
- Rush Fee is $15.00 (3 days or less notice)
Now, how about trying to win some? That is always fun! Disney Pins $1.15 + Up is giving away 9 Disney Hidden Mickey pins from the 2013 collection.