PHOTOS: New Disney Parks Lanyard and Mickey Mouse Pin Trading Bags Now Available at Disneyland Resort
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With all the new pin releases coming out every month, a collector can quickly run out of places to put them all! Thankfully, there are even more new ways to display your pins with a new Disney Parks-themed lanyard and two new display bags, now available at the Disneyland Resort!
Disney Parks Mickey Balloon Lanyard – $12.99
The latest lanyard shows off a feature seen in the air around Disney Parks: Mickey balloons!
One side shows off Mickey balloons in different colors…
… while the other side features symbols from iconic Disney Parks attractions, including Space Mountain, the Jungle Cruise, Walt Disney’s Enchanted Tiki Room, Splash Mountain, and Fantasmic!
The Disney Parks label suggests that this lanyard may soon be available at Walt Disney World.
Pin Trading Mickey Mouse Satchel-Style Messenger Bag – $49.99
Tell the world “yes, I do enjoy Disney pins, thank you very much” with this pin trading satchel-style messenger bag!
The bag comes decorated with a Mickey Mouse patch and Disney Pin Trading pull-tabs on the zippers.
The bag only comes with one strap, perfect for carrying through the parks or holding up as potential trading partners view your wares.
And there’s plenty of room for pins inside. (Or a tablet to buy more pins online. We don’t judge.)
Pin Trading Mickey Mouse Black Messenger Bag – $49.99
Of course, if you need more than just a satchel for your collection, this messenger bag might just do the trick.
Featuring the same Mickey Mouse patch, this bag offers a stylish look for the hardcore collector. (You know who you are.)
This bag comes with a longer strap (probably to accommodate the weight of all those pins).
And as you can see, there’s plenty of space and display pages inside for a large collection. And with more and more pins coming out as Disney Pin Trading celebrates its 20th anniversary, for a hardcore collector, they’ll be filled in no time.
We found all of these at Disneyland’s 20th Century Music Company.
How do you like to display your pins? Let us know in the comments below!