September 2015 Disney Park Pack: Pin Trading Edition Subscription Box Review + Subscription Available NOW!

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disney park pack pin trading september 2015 box

Disney Park Pack: Pin Trading Edition is a monthly mystery pack from the Disney Store. It’s now a subscription – and you’ll save $5 per month with an annual subscription! That’s awesome! That also means October’s box is available NOW and spots may be hard to come by in the future.

disney park pack pin trading september 2015 review

These are the Park Pack pins for September 2015. Disney Pins are the perfect souvenir – small, not too expensive, and fun to collect.  There’s no information card for this box, and just like every other month, I wish they’d include a curator’s note – maybe with names for these pins!

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Both non-LE pins have the pricing information on the back.

disney park pack pin trading september 2015 IMG_8642All pins include the Mickey pin-backs!

disney park pack pin trading september 2015 chip dale headphones

Chip & Dale Headphones Pin: This pin is super cute for Chip & Dale fans! They’re so good at sharing!

disney park pack pin trading september 2015 minnie

Minnie Butterfly Pin: Minnie qua butterfly. 

disney park pack pin trading september 2015 beauty beast

Beauty & the Beast Limited Edition Pins: This is an awesome LE pin!! Classic shot, super popular movie, and four variant backgrounds.disney park pack pin trading september 2015 IMG_9237

The Limited Edition pin has four variants of a similar design or theme; each of the variants has an edition size of 750 (formerly 500).  A different Limited Edition pin may be available in each box.

This was one of my most favorite LE pins in Disney’s Park Pack and two of my least favorite open edition pins that have been in this box – and I have seen the latter two have a heavy amount of trading.  However, it’s really up to your own personal tastes with this one, and the pins you don’t love might make a great gift. I do think that they should work on increasing the value of the two open edition pins and make them a bit more snazzy since they increased the the run of the box. Last month there were 2 silver level pins ($8.95 each), this month there was a yellow ($12.95) and a green ($6.95). Let’s go for Lavender next month! The extra inventory has really helped for the availability of this box – you could buy it for probably three weeks for September. With the Disney Tsum Tsum subscription coming soon (read all about it here), I am really excited that this is a subscription – because I’m still hoping for even more official Disney subscription boxes!

Visit the Disney Park Pack: Pin Trading Edition landing page to find out more.

The Subscription: Disney Park Pack: Pin Trading Edition
The Description: Disney Park Pack is a monthly mystery box with 3 official Disney pins. Pins are collectible and tradeable! Every box features two open edition pins and one limited edition pin with a run of 750. Now a monthly subscription!
The Price: $39.95 – Save $5 per month on an annual subscription!

Some general info about Disney Pins & Trading:

Prices: Green ($6.95) Red & Silver ($8.95) Blue ($10.95) Yellow ($12.95) Pink ($14.95) Lavender ($16.95). Special ones cost more.
Cast Members with green lanyards may only trade with kids ages 3 to 12. You can trade up to two pins per day with any trading Cast Member.
You don’t have to trade your pins, you can just collect them.
You can only trade real Disney pins, and they all bear a copyright notice on the back.
Don’t buy nice pins to trade, buy lots of pins on eBay from a reputable seller.
Are you a pin trader? Share your advice in the comments!


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