New Whimsical Waffles Mystery Pins at Walt Disney World

Shannen Ace

New Whimsical Waffles Mystery Pins at Walt Disney World

A new mystery pin pouch has arrived at Walt Disney World. We found these Whimsical Waffles mystery pins at Test Track SIMporium in EPCOT, but they will likely be available at pin locations throughout Walt Disney World.

Whimsical Waffles Mystery Pin Pouch – $39.99

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The pouch features a Mickey-inspired waffle with a pad of butter on the front.

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There are 16 pins in the collection. Each pin resembles a character-inspired waffle on a white plate. They all have toppings like butter, strawberries, and syrup.

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Here is the list of pins:

  • Mickey waffle
  • Goofy waffle
  • Minnie waffle
  • Donald waffle
  • Cheshire Cat waffle
  • Daisy waffle
  • Pluto waffle
  • Dale waffle
  • Baloo waffle
  • Chip waffle
  • Stitch waffle
  • Jack Skellington waffle
  • Simba waffle
  • Winnie the Pooh waffle
  • Marie waffle

There’s also a secret pin in the collection. One pouch contains five randomly selected pins.

Check out more recently released pins at Walt Disney World.

Pin Trading

Mystery pouches are perfect for pin trading throughout Walt Disney World. While pin trading with Cast Members was suspended for quite a while due to COVID-19, Cast Members have started wearing pin lanyards again.

Pin boards are also widely available at Walt Disney World parks, resorts, and Disney Springs. There are Mickey-shaped boards and mystery boxes, but sometimes Cast Members get creative. For example, parking lot Cast Members have displayed trading pins on a traffic cone.

Guests are usually allowed two exchanges per pin trading location. Pin trading locations are designated on Walt Disney World Resort guidemaps. Boards are usually displayed at merchandise checkout counters.

Guests can also trade pins with each other.

Each summer, Walt Disney World hosts a Pin Celebration at EPCOT with limited edition pins that follow one theme. Last year’s theme was “One Family.”

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