Disney Park Pack Pin Trading Edition July 2015 Review – Disney Pin Subscription Box
After missing out on last month’s Disney Park Pack Pin Trading Edition, I made sure to set my alarm and order one this month. The Disney Park Pack Pin Trading Edition $39.95/month and you must buy each box the first Thursday of the month. Each box contains includes a Limited Edition Pin only available in the Disney Park Pack, as well as two Open Edition Pins guests will receive before they are available in the parks. My husband and I are Disney fanatics, so we really love this box.
What’s in the box?
Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery.
- Enter our magical kingdom of trading with the Disney Park Pack Pin Trading Edition, an enchanting new program beginning in May 2015
- This Online Exclusive box of three Disney Pins includes a Limited Edition Pin only available in the Disney Park Pack, as well as two Open Edition Pins guests will receive before they are available in the parks*
- You won’t know which pins you’ve got until you open the box*
- This purchase opportunity will be available to guests once a month
- Limited Edition Pin with custom backer card created exclusively for Disney Park Pack with an edition size of 500
- Artists: Disney Design Group
- Enameled cloisonnÃ©
- Mickey icon pinbacks
- Arrives in decorative Disney Park Pack box
- You will have to purchase each box, each month.
- The limited edition pins are part of a series and may include characters from animated features or attractions at Disney Parks.
- The limited edition pins will also have two embellishments (like pin-on-pin or special fills) making them a great collectible item
The box ships through the Disney Store and arrived in a white box. The box was pretty banged up, so I wasn’t surprised that the inner box was damaged. Since my husband and I collect these pins, I wasn’t thrilled the collector’s box was damaged. I called Disney Store and they couldn’t send me a new box and if I returned my box, I would have received different pins back. Instead of returning my box, they gave me a small gift card for the problem, which I thought was reasonable.
Rhinestone Mickey Head: I thought my husband and I have a Mickey head pin, but we don’t. I love the rhinestones, it gives it a nice “bling”.
Limited Edition Mickey Mouse Sound Cartoon: This is my favorite Limited Edition pin from all the boxes Disney has released so far. My youngest has a Steamboat Mickey room, so we have a foundness for the black and white Mickey. This pink has an old car with Mickey and Minnie. If you look closely, you can see the bottom of the card has a rip, which was unfortunate.
I am Groot: My husband really likes Guardians of the Galaxy, so he really likes this pin. I would have preferred a Dancing Baby Groot pin, but this one is nice.
Final Thought: My husband and I are really enjoying our Disney boxes. I wish Disney would move it to an actual subscription, because I don’t like setting my alarm for 3am every month. The Disney pins are posted 12 am pacific time. I will keep ordering this box, but I hope my pins arrive in better condition next month. If you want a Disney Park Pin Box you can get it at this link, the first Thursday of the month.
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