Mom And Son Safari
  • On Oct 31, 2011
    Christina from NV Asked

    We have 2 boys 2 and 4 and have been told that we must do pin trading. And I was told that we could trade 'unique' or 'unusual' pins that were not Disney pins? Is that true?

    Pin trading is a great activity for kids and the lanyard full of pins makes a fabulous souvenir as well.  To find the answer to your question, I visited THIS SITE and clicked on the "Get Started" header in the white banner at the top of the page.  Doing that takes you to a really handy FAQ with pretty much all the pin trading information you can think of, including a Disney Pin Trading Etiquette .pdf download.

    Here is what I found with regard to your question: "The main criteria to judge whether a pin is tradable or not is that it must be a metal pin bearing a “©Disney”mark on the back that represents a Disney Event, Place or Location, Character or Icon."  In short, it must be a Disney pin.  Not to worry though; there are plenty of those to choose from!  Enjoy.
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