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Disney introduces new pin scavenger hunt at Magic Kingdom

A new Disney pin trading scavenger hunt has arrived at Magic Kingdom, but it will cost you -- $79.92 to be exact. 

The latest version of Disney PinQuest is a Steampunk-inspired pay-to-play game that, if completed, will set you back nearly 80 bucks (plus tax) and leave you with a decoder medal, a lanyard and seven limited-edition pins. 

The game works like this: You purchase an Adventure Starter kit ($14.99) from one of six participating shops -- Fantasy Faire in Fantasyland, Big Top Souvenirs at Storybook Circus in Fantasyland, Briar Patch in Frontierland, Frontier Trading Post in Frontierland, Curtain Call Collectibles on Main Street U.S.A. and Tomorrowland Light & Power Co.

Each starter kit includes a lanyard, the decoder medal and a pouch for clue cards.

There are six total clue cards, one for each participating shop. Each card is sold separately ($9.99 each) and contains a question with the answer somewhere in the participating store. 

Once solved, the ticket on the bottom of each clue card can be traded in for a limited-edition PinQuest pin. 

If you choose to complete all six clue cards, you can visit either the Trading Post in Frontierland or Curtain Call Collectibles on Main Street U.S.A. for a final riddle. Answer that riddle and you can "unlock" (meaning able to purchase) the final QuestEAR pin for $4.99. 

The game debuted Thursday at Magic Kingdom. The pins are only are only available inside the park and separate admission is required to play.

The scavenger hunt is expected to run through the summer, according to Disney.