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Colorful, enameled commemorative pins are a favorite Disney collectible, available at nearly every shop for $8.99 and up. Disney designs thousands of these colorful, cloisonné pins, which commemorate the theme parks, resorts, attractions, characters, and events. Over the years, Disney stepped up pin trading activity by introducing Pin Trading Stations at the parks and the Disney’s Pin Traders shop at Disney Springs, where you can buy and swap pins. Bring (or buy) your own Disney pins, and trade pins with other guests and with cast members wearing special pin-trading lanyards around their neck or boards at their waist. Note that cast members wearing green lanyards trade only with children. Buy a Disney pin lanyard, or display your pins in a scrapbook, or on a vest or hat. Scoop Sanderson fans, note that he is no longer appearing at the Magic Kingdom as of October 2016. Tip: If pin collecting is your thing, keep an eye on Disney’s Official Pin Trading page at http://www.disneypins.com, where news on pin releases and special events are announced.
The Epcot Passport is a great way to tour the World Showcase. Once you have a passport, you can get it “stamped” at each pavilion or land by a cast member. The passports—which kids love—can be purchased at shops and carts for about $12 and include an “I’m a World Showcase Traveler” pin and a set of stickers. A similar passport is available at Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
These vinyl, designer toys—most are just 3” tall—are quite popular. They usually have a common shape (such as Mickey Mouse) but come in different designs—and typically you don’t know what you get until you open the box! You can trade Vinylmation with others, or even trade one back in to Disney for one in a clear case or a mystery box. Prices start at $9.95 for a 3” tall figure. Learn more at http://www.disneystore.com/vinylmation.
Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom Trading Cards
All park guests can get a free pack of trading cards for the fun Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom game! Just stop by the firehouse on Main Street, U.S.A. and present your MagicBand or park admission. Spell Cards in the game are divided into nine different spell classes: Animal, Fairy, Hero, Machine, Monster, Mystic, Princess, Toy, and Warrior. A card’s rarity is classified by the symbol in the bottom left corner, right above the number, so a Planet means that the card is common, a Crescent Moon means it’s uncommon, a Star means it’s rare and a Lightning Bolt means it’s super rare. You can get a free 5-pack of cards every day you enter the Magic Kingdom by going to the firehouse. See page 134 for more details on the game itself.
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Top Photo Slice: Trading pins on a lanyard (℗ 32642) Photo contributed by © Tere WDW
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