Which Disney Star Wars pins would you choose?


Whether you are beginning your pin collection or simply want to add a little touch of Star Wars to your day, Disney’s pin designs may just be the style you are looking for.

Time to expand your Star Wars collection that won’t require you to travel to a galaxy far, far away. Disney’s pins feature characters old and new and you can find some of them at the shopDisney website.

The \pins available for purchase are the Star Wars Mystery Pin Pack, The Last Jedi Pin Trading Starter Set, Mystery Pin Set, and Lando Calrissian Pin-Solo: A Star Wars Story.

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If you are starting your pin collection then the The Last Jedi Pin Trading Starter Set would be a good option. Four pins (Rey, BB-8, Poe Dameron, and Trooper Commander) come with a lanyard and Star Wars: The Last Jedi logo card in striking black, red and white colors. Lanyards have become a staple at Walt Disney World and Disneyland for displaying pins for easy trading or decorating. Even with the four pins on the lanyard, there is plenty of room to add more.

For the Solo fans, there is a Lando Calrissian Pin. Perhaps the pin itself describes him best as everyone’s favorite double-crossing, no good swindler. The original owner of the Millennium Falcon looks stylish in the gold, black, silver and white color scheme.

The Star Wars Mystery Pin Pack and Mystery Pin Set are perfect for fans of mystery blind bags. Described as “stylized cartoon character pin pack” the Star Wars Mystery Pin Pack is a blind pack that will have five random pins picked from thirteen characters in total. These characters include Han Solo, Yoda, Luke Skywalker, Wicket, Darth Vader and Boba Fett. Characters both good and evil are depicted as small cartoon characters of their human/creature counterparts making even the powerful Darth Vader appear adorable in his threatening stance.

For pins with a more life-like appearance, the Mystery Pin Set has you covered. Similar to the previously mentioned mystery pin set, this one contains two pins in every blind box with nine pins in the collection. The nine characters include the more well-known characters such as Luke Skywalker, R2-D2, and Chewbacca, except this set, includes Greedo.

If you find this selection of pins to be rather minimal, keep your eyes peeled the next time you are visiting Walt Disney World or Disneyland. You can find a wider selection of pins for purchase and trading.

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Which pin/pin set is your favorite? Which Star Wars pins would you like to see in the future? Leave your answers in the comment section below. I’d love to read them!