I'm happy to dance with you!
- Aug 26, 2003
I like collecting the DCL sets.
So you'll want to look up the pin and see if it has sold on eBay within the past 90 days (that's as far back as eBay sold listings go). Then loom to see if there are any ones currently for sale and price accordingly. If you have a picture of it and can post it here, I can help.Hello, I will be visiting WDW next week and would like to begin collecting/trading pins. I have watched several videos to learn about the basic ins and outs of the hobby. One question I can't seem to find clear answer to is the value of pins. For example, I have interest in Beauty and the Beast pins, but if I find a limited edition Beauty and the Beast pin thats 10 years old for sale, is there a guide for me to follow at all to determine range of value of the pin? Or is as simple as how much someone wants for it versus how much someone is willing to pay? Im sure there is no short way to answer the question, is there a guide somewhere online to at least help? Thanks for any help in advance!
Cuz it's Disney. Shop Disney's warehouses are in TN (Memphis to be exact). They have at least one in California too, although none of my orders have ever shipped from CA. They have specific pins they sell for Disney Store / Shop Disney that they don't sell at either of the parks on each coast.What's the reason why they don't sell all of the pins online/ shop Disney?