Selling pins

Discussion in 'Budget Board' started by Tandyc, Oct 13, 2008.

  1. Tandyc

    Tandyc Disney brings out the kid in me!

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    We are kind of over the pin trading thing and I have a ton I would like to get rid of. Does anyone know of a good site to sell pins on? I need the basics on what they are worth, which ones are better than the others ect. I really know nothing about them but thought it may be worth my while to sell them.

    Thanks for any help!

    Tandyc
     
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  3. pixiewings71

    pixiewings71 <marquee><font color=deeppink>Sweet!!! Totally!!!!

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    Try pinpics.com for finding out the details of rarity etc. As for selling them, there isn't a place just for selling Disney pins, I buy mine on eBay. Sorry you're getting out of the "trade", good luck selling your pins! :)
     
  4. 123Disney

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    We buy most of ours on Ebay as well. That might be a good place to start.
     
  5. jackskellingtonsgirl

    jackskellingtonsgirl <marquee><font color=deeppink>Jello Shot Chick</ma

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    DizPins has a "sale" board, and so does Walt's Basement. Those are the only ones I know of besides Evil Bay.
     
  6. mickeysaver

    mickeysaver <font color=blue>WINNER of the world's worst limer

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    I sent you a PM. :goodvibes
     
  7. ArielRae

    ArielRae DIS Veteran

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    Let us know where you plan on selling your pins. I might be interested in them if the price is right.
     
  8. HookdonWDW

    HookdonWDW <font color=990066>Yankee Girl in a Southern Belle

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    Do any of these places offer decent prices on pins? I have a lot of LE pins (doubles and triples), but I don't want to let them go for ridiculously cheap...
     
  9. Timon-n-Pumbaa Fan

    Timon-n-Pumbaa Fan <font color=blue>Identifies with Pumbaa's Flatulen

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    My philosphy on pins is that if it's a run of the mill LE, I will hold it no more than 2 years without being able to trade it. After that, it goes to a CM lanyard, where I hope that it goes on to find a good home. Honestly, some LE's are not even as good as a regular rack pin after the event, celebration, or year has passed. :sad2:
     

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