First Club Penguin Island Pin

Club Penguin had a history of giving staff an exclusive pin whenever something “big” happened, like whenever the CP app got an update. These pins are extremely rare to find and many players want them, yet usually only staff and CP HQ visitors get them, though an exception has been made recently. 

The first ever Club Penguin Island pin was given to staff last week, except this isn’t in the game – it’s in real life. Megg shared this image of hers on Twitter:

Firstly, Club Penguin Island want to get millions of players. Ambitious, but a good sign! 

Secondly, this pin is incredible! It’s a simple Club Penguin Island logo with presumably two Mickey Mouse holders in the back. Basically, other than stickers, this is the first piece of Club Penguin Island merchandise, though we shouldn’t be expecting to get any soon. 

Waddle on! 

-Torres 126 

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12 thoughts on “First Club Penguin Island Pin

  1. You are so salty about everything and never let anything go. Even if a blog got exclusive pins, so what? They’re better than you and deserve them more than the corrupt trash-heap you run here. You can’t blog. Learn from Riyita.

    • Shut up. Torres is better than Riyita, that’s why I now comment here and I stopped visiting CP Space. This is cooler

    • Wow, salty much? Torres is actually a pretty nice blogger, he made a blog I found worth checking back for Club Penguin Island news.
      I’m honestly surprised he didn’t delete your comment. This was just uncalled for.

    • Oh, blog fight! Can i join? Ok, where do i start? CPspace is a site that i didn’t liked too much. I mean at all! I prefer even club penguin scoop that your blog, but club penguin mountains is the best for CPI. (Mine will be the best too) That’s why he has “Your number 1 source for bla bla bla”. Oh, btw it’s poor that someone with a big blog comment on another blog. I mean, i comment but im in his support banners, so we are friends. 😀

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