PHOTOS: NEW Limited Edition Fantasia 80th Anniversary, Stitch, and Rescuers Down Under Pins Released at EPCOT

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A ton of new pins have made their way into EPCOT this week! With anniversary celebrations for Fantasia and The Rescuers Down Under, to early Hawaiian Christmas greetings from Stitch, this drop is indeed perfect for every pin-trader’s collection.

Fantasia 3 Pack Pin Set – $84.99

First, there’s a multi-pack of pins with various characters from Fantasia.


Limited Edition Fantasia Jumbo Pin – $74.99


Limited Edition Fantasia Individual Pins – $19.99

From Hyacinth and Ben Ali Gator to Chernabog, the 2020 80th Anniversary pins are the perfect pins to add to any pin-trader’s collection. Unlike the above pins, these come individual packs for $19.99 each. Paint the scenes of Fantasia with one–or all–of these beautiful pins.


Fantasia 80th Anniversary Mystery Box – $24.99


Open for a surprise with the limited edition mystery pin boxes. Each box contains two mystery pins for a total of 12 in the collection.


Tiny Kingdom Series 4 Mystery Box – $19.99


Whether you are looking for last minute Mickey pumpkins with the change of the fall season or your favorite Disney character, the series 4 mystery pin pack is perfect for any pin trader.


Like the Fantasia mystery packs, the Tiny Kingdom boxes come with two mystery pins and a total of 24 in this series.


The Rescuers Down Under 30 Year Celebration Pins – $19.99

Take flight with Wilbur and plan your next pin-trading adventure with Miss Bianca and Bernard to your pin collection. The Rescuers Down Under are celebrating their 30 year anniversary with these limited edition pins.

Stitch Mele Kalikimaka Pin – $17.99


Finally, Christmas came early with the limited edition “Male Kalikimaka” Stitch pin!

Whether you’re looking to add to your collection or you are just starting out, check out all of these brand new pins and start adding to your collection!

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10 months ago

This is why I despise Disney and would never take my kids to the theme park. Those pins are $1.00 ea to manufacture, tops. Love the classic Disney movies – pushing all the made-in-China crap, not so much.