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    33 Harry Potter Products On Amazon That Are Straight-Up Magic

    For those of you who have yet to receive that Hogwarts acceptance letter....I'm so sorry. I feel your pain. Unfortunately, these magical products may *worsen* your pain.

    We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.

    1. A 100% cotton tee with the kind of mantra that I would consider having tattooed on my forehead. In a bright, bold font. / Via @outofprint

    Price: $21.95+ (available in sizes XS-3X and in nine colors)

    2. A magical cookbook that'll have you sipping on gin and [pumpkin] juice in no time. Hate pumpkin juice? FINE! This also contains recipes for treacle tarts, rock cakes, kippers, and more.


    Promising review: "I LOVE THIS. I'm no master chef, but this cookbook might change that: I might even become a master wizard chef! Anyways, the recipes are phenomenal. The book has a bunch of cute references, and my younger siblings go crazy whenever I make something from this book. I most recently made the meat and potato pies, which can be found on page 44." —Tigerlily

    Price: $12.99

    3. Bertie Bott’s beans available in a wide array of delicious, not-at-all-disgusting flavors. Banana! Blueberry! Black Pepper! Booger! / Via @jellybellycandyco

    Promising review: "These are petty self explanatory if you've seen the movies or read the books. Some are yummy, some are awful! Highly entertaining for kiddos and adults alike." —J. Riskin

    Price: $3.66

    4. Uno cards that provide the perfect consolation game for anyone who straight-up sucks at Wizard's Chess. And unless your name is Ron Weasley, it's likely you fall into this category.


    Price: $5.99

    5. Figurines of Hermione, Harry, and Ron being studious in the best class — HERBOLOGY. Just be sure to wear earmuffs whilst handling them! Those mandrakes have some loud lungs in 'em. / Via @originalfunko

    Price: $10.33 (Harry), $8.89 (Ron), and $8.92 (Hermione)

    6. A quill set that includes a feather dip pen, black ink, and a Hogwarts acceptance letter — because Google docs simply cannot compete with the feel of feather pen against paper, am I right?


    Price: $15.48

    7. An iPhone + Android photo printer with the ability to ✨ bring your photo to life ✨. Prepare for change, muggles. Your newspapers will never be the same. / Via @lifeprintphoto

    This pocket-sized gadget can be used in conjunction with the LifePrint app. On that app, you record a short video of yourself, send it to the app on your phone via bluetooth/USB, and BAM! The photo will begin to print.

    To make the image move, open your app and view the printed photo through your phone! You'll be able to record the photo moving + connect it directly with your Instagram account.

    PLUS! The app comes with an editing suite filled with fun stickers and filters (Luna Lovegood glasses, anyone?), and the photos themselves come with a sticky back meaning you can slap 'em onto anything.

    Price: $149.99 (available in two colors)

    8. A lined journal you can hypothetically store a horcrux in. Do I recommend it? Probably not. But it's your life! If you're looking to be the next Voldemort, have at it. / Via @thenoblecollection

    Not a Gryffindor? No worries! This journal is available in all four houses.

    Price: $24.95

    9. Harry Potter: A Pop-Up Guide to Hogwarts — in other words, all I want for my birthday this year. This gorgeously illustrated pop-up book will make you feel as if you're walking through campus. Broom in one hand, to-go pumpkin juice in the other. / Via @matthewcreinhart

    Price: $46.39

    10. Crew socks currently having a special promotion! All proceeds will be donated to S.P.E.W. (Society for the Promotion of Elfish Welfare).


    Price: $5.99 (available in five colors)

    11. A Hogwarts library book set complete with Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Quidditch Through the Ages, and Tales of Beedle the Bard. / Via @thegraveroses

    If you prefer not getting this set, then you're in luck! Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Quidditch Through the Ages, and Tales of Beedle the Bard can all be purchased individually.

    Price: $27.22

    12. A maze game with only one way to win — snatch that Triwizard Cup before anyone else does! Without being unfairly murdered by Lord You-Know-Who, of course.

    SO HOW DO YOU PLAY? Pop the dice in the middle, and move however many spots said dice calls for. Depending on where you land, you have to draw a card — which is sometimes a great thing, sometimes a terrible thing.

    Price: $11.49

    13. A key ring that's near impossible to catch. Besides being super fast, it plays a mean game of hide and seek.

    Price: $8.16

    14. A Marauder's Map heat-changing mug that lets you roam Hogwarts after curfew without getting caught. Caffeine + magic = my definition of heaven.


    Ah crap, is that Snape? MISCHIEF MANAGED!

    Price: $19.99

    15. A LEGO set featuring 878 pieces (cue nervous giggle) that you're very likely to step on while barefoot. But hey, at least you'll have built Hogwarts at the end of all that pain. / Via @lego

    This set also includes 10 figurines: Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, Hermione Granger, Draco Malfoy, Susan Bones, Professor McGonagall, Professor Quirrell/Lord Voldemort, Hagrid, Albus Dumbledore, and Nearly Headless Nick. PLUS! It includes a buildable Basilisk, Fawkes, Hedwig, and Scabbers.

    Price: $99.95

    16. A chocolate frog mold for when you're too busy for a Honeydukes run. Hey, it happens! (Hopefully not too often, though.)

    Promising review: "I'm not a baker, I'm not crafty, and I've never made anything with a mold before. When my friend wanted to throw a Harry Potter-themed party, I bought this mold and agreed to make chocolate frogs. They came out perfectly! I simply melted chocolate chips, poured it in the mold, and froze it until the frogs were solid." —Surreptrixus

    Price: $7.01

    17. A wand pen and bookmark set you'll want in you backpack as you prepare for your next O.W.L exam. What will you write with? How will you hold your place in that divination textbook?


    Price: $8.50

    18. A boxed set of the first three Harry Potter books, complete with larger font and gorgeous illustrations worthy of their own magical museum exhibit. / Via @scholasticinc

    If you prefer to ~not~ get the boxed set, FINE! The Sorcerer's Stone, The Chamber of Secrets, and The Prisoner of Azkaban illustrated books are alllllllll available for individual purchase.

    Price: $78.49

    19. Pajama pants sure to ~slytherin~ to your shopping cart. These bottoms are so cozy, Voldemort may have worn these in lieu of his billowing black robe.


    Price: $18 (available in sizes XS-XXL and in two colors)

    20. An illustrated book that acts as a guide to the secret twists + turns that make up Hogwarts Castle. PLUS! This comes with a an invisible ink pen in shape of a WAND, people!


    The wand pen hybrid also acts as a flashlight, that way the invisible ink can be revealed.

    Price: $11.98

    21. A hand-poured soy candle to fill your home with the sweet scent of rum, spice, and vanilla. Just because you can't sip butter beer right now doesn't mean your humble abode can't smell like butter beer. / Via @bookishteacher

    Price: $28 (for a set of two)

    22. Spectrespecs you'll get for free with the most current issue of The Quibbler. These bad boys will have you seeing wrackspurts in no time!

    Promising review: "These glasses are very realistic and authentic-looking. They are NOT made of cheap plastic or flimsy material. I used these for Halloween and will continue to wear them whenever I can. If you're on the fence, don't be. Go for it!" —Lunaloo

    Price: $12.99

    23. A swinging board game in which you need to collect all the escaped magical beasts that are both on and off Hogwarts grounds. Each clue you gather = the closer you are to victory.


    Price: $17.45

    24. Harry Potter coloring books filled with gorgeous illustrations you'll want to rip out and hang in a fancy frame. Every page deserves to be on display throughout your home! / Via @harrypottercoloringbook

    Each coloring book focuses on different ~aspects~ of the wizarding world, including magical creatures, magical artifacts, and magical places.

    Price: $7.99+

    25. An earring set for 'lobes that need a little magic. They want some drama! Some mispronounced spells! A Dark Lord with a name that they're not allowed to say out loud!


    Price: $18.99 (for a set of six)

    26. A chess set you should purchase with caution. The Knights are known to be pretty aggressive, and I'm not sure Ron will be able to save the day. Up to you, though! / Via @thenoblecollection

    Price: $44.95

    27. An insult handbook you'll whip out every time Voldemort decides to passive-aggressively call you the "boy who lived."

    Promising review: "I gave this as a gift to my brother, a fellow HP fan. We were cracking up over the phone while he hand-selected a few of the one-liners. This is definitely a great gift idea!" —EESA

    Price: $7.99

    28. A makeup brush set that infuses magic into your daily beauty routine. Unfortunately, the brushes require human hands and cannot be bewitched into doing your smoky eye...


    This set includes an eye shadow brush, a powder brush, a detail brush, an eyebrow brush, a nose brush, a silicone brush cleaner mat, and a velvet bag.

    Price: $9.59

    29. A woven tapestry you can also use as a throw blanket and a rug, because Lord [Voldemort] knows that every muggle home needs some HP-inspired decor.


    Price: $30.14 (available in seven colors)

    30. Playing cards featuring gorgeous HP-inspired illustrations: the Sorting Hat, Hedwig, and Scabbers. **takes deep breath** There's also Fawkes, the Nimbus 2000, a Hungarian horntail dragon, the Knight Bus, and so much more!


    Promising review: "This is such a great card set! There is a different Potter item on each card, but the cards are clear enough to use while playing conventional card games. I purchased two sets: one to play with, and the other to keep sealed as a collectible set." —Michelle

    Price: $6.25

    31. A Quidditch set that makes a more exciting gift than say — oh, I don't know — a Nimbus 2000. This comes with a quaffle, two bludgers, a snitch, and a Quidditch poster for anyone who aspires to be the next Viktor Krum.

    32. The complete 8-film collection on DVD so you could see the splendor and bright lights of Hogwarts whenever you damn well please.


    Price: $49.96

    33. Or a boxed set of all seven books in the series. Swoon. Sigh. Heart eyes. Necessary. Amazing.

    How my already non-existent savings account is feeling right about now:

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