Disney Park Pack: Pin Trading Edition is a monthly mystery pack from the Disney Store. Every month in this subscription you’ll receive three official Disney pins.
This box has recently revamped. Previously this subscription included 2 open edition (released to subscribers before they’re made available to the public) plus a totally exclusive limited edition pin with 4 variations. This box now only includes open edition pins.
Here are the Park Pack pins for June! There is no information card for this box, and I alawys wish they’d included a curator’s note – maybe with names for these pins and perhaps a matching exclusive postcard.
Unlike the previous version of this subscription, this box is a tear apart box.
Disney Pins are the perfect souvenir – small, not too expensive, and fun to collect.
This month there were Green and Yellow pins – $8.99 MSRP for the green, and $12.99 for Yellow. That gives a retail value just under $34.97 for this $29.99 box ($3 more than last month).
Star Wars BB-8 Join The Resistance Pin ($15.95 on Amazon)
It’s great to see a pin with a feature and the spinner “belly” on BB-8 is perfect!
Disney The Magic Kingdom 45th Anniversary Tinker Bell Pin ($23.45) This pin was released fall 2016 – so it’s not even early access to this open edition.
It’s super pretty and I love the gems.
This pin has a sharp black/white/silver design and was released Spring 2017.
I’m really puzzled with what Disney is doing with this subscription – I have no idea why they brought it back if they’re going to just send out old stock. There’s nothing exclusive about the box. These are good pins – but I’m hearing that heavy traders & collectors already have everything they have been sending out.
Visit the Disney Park Pack: Pin Trading Edition landing page to find out more.
Some general info about Disney Pins & Trading:
Prices: Green ($8.99) Silver ($9.99) Blue ($9.99) Yellow ($12.99) Pink ($14.99) Lavender ($16.99). 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!