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  • Quick question about trading pins

    What is the best website to see all of the trading pins that Disney offers?






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    Re: Quick question about trading pins

    Disneypins.com is the official Disney site and mainly shows the most current offerings from the parks.

    Pinpics.com is more for the collector as it is maintained by volunteers and goes way back in the archives. It can also be a little tricky to use.

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      Re: Quick question about trading pins

      That's the problem with both of these websites. I find it hard to navigate around and find what I'm looking for. Really the best way to look at the pins is actually at the park.






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        Re: Quick question about trading pins

        Dizpins is good too. They used to do a monthly update that was FABULOUS, but they stopped I agree that the official Disney site is horrible to navigate, and doesn't seem to list every pin.
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          Re: Quick question about trading pins

          If you don't mind the cost you could always get the new Tomart's Disneyanna guide to pin trading. The 6th edition has just been released.
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