First Look: Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party Exclusive Pins


Thanks to the Disney Pin Blog we have gotten an early look at the upcoming Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party exclusive pin releases! (If you are a pin collector I recommend you visit their sit and check them out!)

These pins will only be available during Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party nights at the Magic Kingdom. You must have a special ticket to attend these events and purchase the pins. The party is going to start on November 8, 2019 and run on select nights through December 22, 2019

What pins will be available?

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I like the LE gift tag pins, but there’s also a Five-Pin Boxed set that features all four of the gift tag LE pins plus this set contains a toy soldier completer pin that is a limited edition of 1,000.

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But why stop there when you can get the LE six pin framed set that offers everything in the five-pin boxed set (with the completer toy soldier pin) and another LE to 500 Reindeer pin?

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Then wouldn’t the reindeer pin be the completer pin? At this point it’s getting ridiculous. I get the “completer pin” which indicates there’s a full set, but then there’s yet another LE pin? Plus it’s framed so that costs a lot more money. Honestly, he extra Reindeer pin seems like an after thought since they already had the “completer pin.” It’s like “how can we get even more money out of this?”

Don’t get me wrong. I think they are adorable and I love them, I would love them more if they were just limited and very limited. I just feel that the framed set is pushing it.

Where you can purchase pins during the Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas Party event?

Main Street, U.S.A. – Emporium (apparel, retail MagicBand, pins, ornament)

Storybook Circus – Big Top Souvenirs (apparel, retail MagicBand, pins, ornament)

Tomorrowland – Mickey’s Star Traders (apparel, logo pin, ornaments)

Liberty Square – Ye Olde Christmas Shoppe (apparel, logo pin, ornaments)

Fantasyland – Fantasy Faire (apparel, logo pin, ornaments)

Frontierland – Frontier Trading Post (pins and retail MagicBand)

If you would like to see more photos of these pins, or other upcoming releases and collector pins in general, make sure you visit the Disney Pin Blog!

What do you think? Which ones do you like? Do you collect pins too?

Comment and let us know!

Source: Disney Pin Blog

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