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  • On Apr 23, 2010
    Bonnie from DE Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

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    What are the Disney pins and what are their benefits?

    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". It is a great way for kids to stay busy while waiting for attractions, meals and transportation. The lanyards are available in starter packs or can be purchased alone. My son loves to collect Toy Story and Cars pins, while my oldest daughter loves the Muppets and my youngest daughter is in constant search for Princess pins. My Hubby has even joined in on the fun and he collects sports pins. I chose to collect Disney Vacation Club pins and Resort pins. We remove the pins from our lanyards that we want to keep and put those in a Pin Collector's Book, so there is no confusion when someone approaches us to trade. The Cast Members are very nice about taking time to trade and some will offer mystery pins that are only revealed when selected.  Very fun! For more information on Disney Pin Trading, please visit www.dizpins.com.
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