Enhancements are the best way to have the most tradable pins at every tournaments. Generally, it’s enhancements that turn pins into coveted ‘2:1’ pins, meaning you’re your players get two pins for just one of theirs. In fact, some enhancements such as blinkers are so highly prized that your players can gain three new pins for one. If your team wants to win the trading wars at every tournament, let us know when you send us your quote form and we’ll be sure to suggest some trade-busting options.
Add a little sparkle to your pins with Glitter – one of the cheapest ways to make a pin more covetable. Glitter costs just 10 cents per pin per glitter color.
With their tiny flashing lights these pins are easily seen from a distance, which makes them a magnet on trading days. Powered by a tiny battery, blinkers are by far the most popular enhancement, and look especially good in mascot eyes. Blinkers cost just $1.15 for one light and $1.99 for two per pin.
Glam up your pin with crystals that look like precious jewels. Great for the eyes of mascots or as part of the design to take your pin to a new level. Crystals come in a huge range of colors and sizes cost just 10 cents per crystal per pin.
Highly desirable at tournaments, a spinner is like a second pin attached the first which twists and turns. This enhancement offers lots of scope to create a really original design. Spinners cost from 65 cents per pin depending on size.
This cool enhancement always makes pins really easy to trade. A smaller pin is attached to the main pin in a channel so that it slides up and down or side to side – so simple but very effective. Sliders start at just 65 cents per pin depending on size.
Danglers are perfect to display the year and they also make the pin larger which increases its appeal for trading. Danglers can be any shape, and hang from the main pin by a small chain for a really interesting, original design. Danglers start at just 65 cents per pin.
Players love these at tournaments, as they’re quite rare and look great. The bobble heads is attached to the main pin by a small spring it continuously bobs and moves. However, we recommend these are only given to older players, as they are a little more fragile than other attachments. Bobbleheads cost from just 85 cents per pin.
Glow In The Dark
Kids love glow in the dark, and this is an economical way to add interest and trade-appeal to you pins. Colors are limited, so we may not be able to match your team colors exactly, but our designers are happy to show you the options. Adding Glow in the Dark to your pins costs just 20 cents per color, per pin.