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How much is a Disney pin worth?

How much is a Disney pin worth?

The pins typically range in price from around $8 for a basic pin to around $17 for a special event pin – of course, prices can and will vary.

Are Disney trading pins still a thing?

It’s that simple! New pin boxes and boards can be found in locations across Walt Disney World Resort. To make pin trading even more convenient, these locations are designated in guide maps and include all four theme parks, Disney Springs and select resort locations.

How do I find my Disney pin number?

All current official Disney Pins include the year on the back of the pin in the Disney Pin Trading logo. You may need to take a picture of the back of the pin and enlarge it to read the date. If you know that a pin has sold out (such as a limited edition pin), indicate it here.

How can you tell if a Disney pin is rare?

If you happen upon a silver pin (without any color), you have found a rare Disney pin. These colorless pins are called ‘Chaser’ pins, are only traded by cast members! While not as rare as the ‘Completer’ pin, a ‘Chaser’ pin can only be received through trading!

Is my Disney pin rare?

How do you tell if you have a rare Disney pin?

What are scrapper Disney pins?

A scrapper pin is a pin that was made by an official Disney factory/manufacturer but did not make quality control. Hence the name scrapper. These pins were meant to be scrapped but the factories decided to keep them and sell them (illegally) On eBay and other unofficial websites.

How do you tell if a Disney pin is a scrapper?

Spotting Fake Disney Pins

  1. A magnet sticking to the back of a fake Disney pin.
  2. A few small marks can be slight blemishes that slipped through quality control, but a lot of visible brush strokes or dents usually indicate it is fake or a scrapper.
  3. Note how on both sides of this pin the waffling doesn’t come to the edge.

What does Disney do with fake pins?

Other pins are copied by factories overseas and sold online for low prices. Then, they are traded in the parks. Cast members can’t reject a fake pin, because guests might now know that it’s fake when they bought it. So, the park is filled with these pins with no solution in sight.