Most Collection Boxes are priced very fairly and include extra collectables along with booster packs. For that reason, these pin collection boxes are a popular option for a lot of collectors, but this results in card collectors having a lot of extra Pokemon pins lying around. These collections can build up pretty quickly and you might already have more than you know what to do with. Here’s some ideas you can use for your unused Pokemon pins.
Pokemon Pin Display Ideas
Bags, switch case, display case, if you want something to hang on your wall there are display frames and flags that you can buy online or craft stores. These are great for showcasing your Pokemon pins in your home alongside your Pokemon card collection. Bags such as purses or backpacks are another common way of displaying pins. It’s a more public way of showing how much you’re into Pokemon. Speaking of Pokemon cards, if you have rare cards that you like displaying on your shelf you can pins around it of the same Pokemon. Just be sure not to poke a hole in your cards!
Selling Pokemon Pins
If you still have too many pins that you don’t need or don’t want, selling them is a good option. Some pins have a lot of value individually, while others are quite cheap. If you have a lot, consider selling them as a bulk lot so you can get them all off your hands at once. Make sure to price them fairly, as no one wants to overpay for small collectables and most of these are already easily accessible through pin collection boxes anyway. Do this by researching how much the pin collection box is selling for and how much the pin is selling for separately.
What do you usually do with your extra pins? Let us know in the comments below!