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Disney Pins - Have Fun Trading Pins At Walt Disney World

Disney pins have always been popular items at Disney theme parks, but it was not until Millinium celebration debut of pin trading as an official park activity that the popular collectible really took off. The pin trading frenzy is still going strong, with Disney fans buying and selling pins online as well as Walt Disney World theme parks, Disneyland in California.

Although Disney park goers to park in Hong Kong, Japan and Paris are comfortable with the pin-collecting bug and that they made it possible for collectors from around the world to get pins from other theme parks countries they are not able to visit in person. And you should not forget about the Disney Stores either, because they often bring their own exclusive pins that be traded with fans who do not have to visit a store near you.

Disney releases so many pins on their theme parks every year It is impossible to collect all of them so it makes sense for pin collectors to focus on particular types of pins rather than struggling in vain to get all of them. Love Tinkerbell? Well, you're in luck because it's Disney and you will see that there are hundreds of pins featuring the feisty little pixie.

Of course, that does not even compare the number of pins featuring the Disney icon, Mickey Mouse. There are so many pins showcasing Mickey would have a hard time just collecting all the pins, but even here your collection can be narrowed down to specific types of Mickey Mouse pins. Some particular favorites are pins Which mickey dressed as Sorceror's beginner, one of her more loveable appearance. There are also lots of pins Mickey pairing with its creator, Walt Disney, and these are often some of the most collectible item that the Disney company sells.

In addition to character pins featuring the most recognizable characters from Disney's animated films, there are all kinds of pins issue featuring park attractions and resorts. Some of the most collectible pins park attraction is limited Disney issue edition release to coincide with the major attraction refurbishments, such as Disney World Haunted Mansion "Re-Haunting" pins that were released 2007 when Disney debuted the updated-Haunted Mansion attraction at Magic Kingdom. Naturally, any time Disney World opens a new attraction, such as sailing highest Everest at Animal Kingdom, you can be certain that they will release some limited edition pins showcasing the new ride.

If you decide you want to start Collecting Disney pins on your next visit in Walt Disney World, you can buy them in the park with prices starting around $ 6.95 and upwards. But not only buy pins and take them home with you. Half the fun of collecting Disney pins are getting this trade. You can trade a pin with any member of Disney cast wearing a pin trading lanyard and you can also trade them with other visitors. Just look for other visitors to Disney's theme parks wearing their pin trading lanyards themselves and go and approach them and ask them if they'd like to pin trade with you!

About the Author

Emma Martin loves the Disney parks. To buy
limited edition Disney pins
before you go to Walt Disney World, you can visit
Disney Pins
and browse through all the pins that are available. Ready to go to WDW, but need some help? Check out the
Walt Disney World Trip Planning Guide

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