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    27 Harry Potter Products That'll Be More Fun To Get Than A Hogwarts Letter

    Someone please owl these to me ASAP.

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    1. A slow-rise stress toy you can crush when the thought of that upcoming Arithmancy exam is getting you down.

    Get it from Amazon for $8.99.

    Promising review: "The size was great, and it has a nice slow rise to it. It also has a nice scent...not that factory scent that come with some inexpensive squishies!" —Jenn U

    2. A perfectly sweet romper covered in chocolate frogs, sugar quills, Drooble's best blowing gum, and other delicacies from Hogsmeade's iconic candy shop.

    Hot Topic

    Get it from Hop Topic for $35.95 (available in sizes S–3X).

    Promising review: "I wear this constantly, it's the most comfortable piece of clothing I own and I love that it has adjustable straps!" —VexiC929

    3. An iridescent Snitch fidget spinner you can play with wherever you go, just like James Potter in days of yore.


    Get it from Amazon for $11.99.

    Promising review: "This fidget spinner is a hefty little toy! I was expecting a cheap toy for my son but it was so much more! Great quality and spins really well. We have all really enjoyed this spinner!" —Awesterlund87

    4. A coloring book (filled with either magical creatures or places & characters) so you can get really creative while listening to the scores of all seven films.,

    I may or may not be listening to them as I write this!

    Get them from Amazon: the magical creatures one for $12.79 and the magical places and characters for $12.

    Promising review (for the magical creatures one): "If you love Harry Potter and need some relaxation, you must consider this book. The pages are detailed, which is great for long-term coloring projects. There are only a couple of pages that I would consider 'finish quickly' pages, so if you're not okay with leaving your coloring unfinished and coming back to it, you may want to consider a different option. The creatures in this book are extremely detailed, and there are full color photos in the book to use as inspiration as well. It's also fun to re-imagine the animals and creatures and to be able to create a whole new Harry-Potter universe!" —sksefcik

    5. A personalized-to-your-House two-year planner you should keep more accurate than 99% of Trelawney's prophecies.


    The organization inside would make Hermione proud too: it has different sections including yearly, monthly, and weekly planner pages, an optional habit tracker, and optional room for you to take notes!

    Get it from Ruskerville on Etsy for $11.70 (depending on customization; also available in Ravenclaw, Hufflepuff, and Slytherin versions, plus a black general Hogwarts version).

    6. A pair of Dobby-inspired socks to warm your feet and your heart. These have NOT started to make me cry, not at all!!!!


    Get them from Amazon for $5.99 per pair (available in five colors; you can also get a set of three pairs for $9.99).

    7. A jewelry and accessories holder shaped like Hedwig's cage. Warning, she might nip your finger with affection when you reach for your favorite necklace.

    PB Teen

    Get it from PB Teen for $99.

    8. A double-sided scarf for repping your House colors while protecting yourself from that Scottish chill during Quidditch matches.,

    Get them from Amazon for $24.95 each (Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, and Slytherin all listed separately).

    Promising review: "I'm in love with this scarf. It's surprisingly thick and soft. I bought this for a friend for Christmas and after receiving it I had to buy another for myself." —K. Wisdom

    9. A ~golden trio~ of decorative pins so you can remind yourself of the key wand movements when casting spells, namely alohomora, ascendio, and wingardium leviosa.



    Get them from BoxLunch for $16.90.

    10. The Unofficial Harry Potter Cookbook, a volume filled with delicious dishes like treacle tart (Harry's favorite, duh!), Kreacher's French onion soup, and Mrs. Weasley's mince pies – all with the scenes that inspired them.

    There's a section with four different cake recipes inspired by the four birthday cakes sent to Harry on his 14th birthday by Hermione, Ron, Sirius, and Hagrid. Yep, I'm crying again.

    Get it from Amazon for $10.95.

    Promising review: "I love this book! Some of the recipes are complex and wouldn't be great to try with smaller children — not all of them though. Other than that, each recipe refers to the book and chapter where it appears in the Harry Potter series and includes a short history about the origin of or inspiration for the recipe. The chocolate buttermilk sheet cake has become a family favorite that people request for their birthday cake (my mom calls it the Harry Potter cake). I even bought this book as a graduation present for two of my Harry Potter obsessed students." —Jenn Pond

    11. A wooden music box that'll play "Hedwig's Theme" whenever you feel nostalgic.


    So, always.

    Get it from Amazon for $13.99.

    Promising review: "This music box is adorable! It plays the Harry Potter theme song when you hand crank it. My son is a huge HP fan and he loves it! He loves holding it up to his ears to listen to the music. It is made of high quality wood that is a beautifully stained and detailed. Perfect for the ultimate HP fan!" –Amy S.

    12. A Minerva McGonagall Funko Pop you should definitely keep on your desk to remind you to "Have a biscuit, Potter."


    Not that I need a reminder! ::accio Ginger Newt::

    Get it from Amazon for $8.

    Promising review: "It's a Professor McGonagall that can stare you down at your desk at work and remind you that you could be doing a much better job than the crap you're currently writing. In all seriousness, it's awesome. If Minerva McGonagall was your hero in Harry Potter, you're going to get a kick out of it. Just look at her lifting that finger. She doesn't have to say a word. You know you could do better. Wish I had owned this in college — she would have kicked my butt for procrastinating." —MJ

    13. A sports bra to keep you comfy on and off the Quidditch pitch.


    Get it from Torrid for $32.83 (originally $46.90; available in sizes M–6X). And get the matching leggings for $42.63 (available in sizes M–6X).

    Promising review: "I bought this bra to revamp my stuff. (It also helps that I am a HP fan!) This bra is so comfortable you can sleep in it! Everything stays in place and is contained when working out as well. My only complaint is this is not available in the other house colors." —DCHPLT

    There are also Gryffindor and Slytherin sports bras on Hot Topic — they say "brave" and "cunning" on the backs, respectively!

    14. A ~magical~ motivational water bottle with markers on the side (just refill it at 1 p.m. with a simple charm) so you can stay on track through the day.


    It has a removable filter so you can infuse your water with fruit — or just keep any ice from bumping against your chompers.

    Get it from Amazon for $18.99 (available in four colors).

    Promising review: "I love this water bottle!! It is bigger than the average water bottle so you don’t have to constantly refill and I love the little features. It comes with a carry strap (YES) and it is velvety to the touch. The lid even has a catch for the ice so you don’t have the frozen-teeth-of-doom thing. And best of all, as a Harry Potter nerd, the aguamenti graphic makes me almost as happy as the tiny wands that mark the times on the other side. Excellent bottle!" —Cristy Trevino

    15. A gold foil and floral print with one of your favorite Dumbledore quotes for a subtle take on making your home feel more like Hogwarts.


    Get an 8x10 print from Amazon for $12.99.

    Promising review: "I was impressed with the quality. For $12, it should be good quality. However, I wasn't sure what to expect from this type of purchase on Amazon. I was pleasantly surprised. It is a thick card stock with great colors and metallic. I framed and it looked great. My friend loved it!" —AMD

    16. A wallet designed to look like Official Hogwarts Correspondence so you can pull out your galleons and sickles with pride.


    Get it from Amazon for $23.91.

    Promising review: "Love it!! Great size and the material used is great! Feels expensive." —Sarah Anne

    17. A soy candle scented with notes of buttered rum, spice, and vanilla for a Butterbeer-esque warmth that will fill your home with coziness.


    Get it from Amazon for $29.95 (also available in six other scents).

    Promising review: "Smells so good! Just like being back in Hogsmeade. It's such a pretty candle and the perfect HP-related decoration without being the slightest bit tacky. I love the wooden top." —Julia C.

    18. A trivia quiz book spanning both the original series and the film adaptations so you can study up on your HP knowledge and WIN the next themed pub quiz you go to.


    Get it from Amazon for $11.99.

    Promising review: "Love this book! I thought I knew a lot about Harry Potter but this book has stuff you never even think of. Makes me want to re-read all the books again!" —Brenna McCafferty

    19. A decal you should 100% cast a permanent sticking charm on (as is, you can attach and remove it with ease) so everyone knows your toilet is actually the entrance to the Ministry of Magic.


    Get it from Amazon for $6.99.

    Promising review: "Loved this product! Adheres really well to the toilet seat, but isn't hard to remove when it's time for it to come off." —Amber Smith

    20. A tote capable of holding even the most Hermione Granger–level number of textbooks. Just doing some light reading!


    It's printed with your first-year shopping list (half on one side, half on the other).

    Get it from Amazon for $49.99.

    Promising review: "Excellent quality! I was expecting like a vinyl plastic type stuff but it feels closer to leather ( I know it isn’t but it feels like it). It’s big, holds everything plus the kitchen sink and is incredibly comfortable to carry. It’s so cool!! I Love It!!" —PotterGeek

    21. An updated edition of The Unofficial Harry Potter Insults Handbook, because you need to brush up on the zingers that would make Malfoy say, "My father will hear about this!"


    Get it from Amazon for $7.99.

    Promising review: "A gift for my brother, another avid HP fan. We were cracking up over the phone while he hand selected a few one liners. Great gift idea!" —EESA

    22. Lounge-ready Hogwarts robes specifically designed to keep you cozy during DIY Harry Potter Weekend marathons (RIP, ABC Family).

    Get it from Amazon for $50.95+ (available in all four Houses; one size fits most).

    Promising review: "So soft and cozy, and the pocket is perfect for carrying my cell phone around. The hood adds an extra boost of warmth for those cold days. I don't think any Harry Potter fan would be disappointed with this. The only thing I would say is that the sleeves bell out at the end to give it more of a wizard-robe effect, and if you are washing dishes or cooking they will definitely get in the way. So if you want something to wear around the house while doing a lot of chores, this probably isn't the best bet." —Melanie Cruff

    23. Or if you're feeling fancy, luxe velvet House robes you're sure to think were woven with magic, that's how soft they are.

    Get them from PB Teen for $119 each (originally $149; Ravenclaw, Hufflepuff, Slytherin, and Gryffindor listed separately).

    24. A Pop-Up Guide To Hogwarts for a three-dimensional look at the castle that's *almost* as cool as the Marauder's Map.

    Get it from Amazon for $42.84.

    Promising review: "This book is amazing! Even if you are not a Harry Potter fan you can admire the design of this. I bought this to share in my classroom and all of my students and other teachers were in awe of it. I spread it out to show it in its entirety and left it on display for months. My students never got tired of looking at it and neither did I. They were also really impressed it also folded up into an easy to use book." —vonB

    25. A Marauders Map–printed throw blanket so you can cuddle up under the warm glow of James, Sirius, and Remus's friendship.

    Get it from Amazon for $31.04 (also available in each of the four Houses, plus a Triwizard Tournament–themed version). You can also get one with just the Hogwarts crest on it for $25.99.

    26. A totally-secure-unless-the-thief-has-a-dragon coin bank modeled after Gringotts to keep your galleons, sickles, and knuts safe for your next splurge.


    The dragon on top will only let you take your coins out for smart spending!

    Get it from Amazon for $26.08.

    27. A heat-changing mug that ~transfigures~ when you say "I solemnly wear that I am up to no good" — by which I mean when you pour a hot beverage in.


    Get it from Amazon for $19.99 (available in five designs).

    Promising review: "I can't believe how cool this thing is! It really works. I've had it for a few months now, and it still morphs every time. My co-workers also enjoy watching it change when I pour my coffee in. It even lets you know when you need a warm-up, because it begins to fade to black when it cools. Every coffee drinker should have one." —Revelation

    And of course, if all the above haven't tempted you, you can actually order the personalized Hogwarts acceptance letter you've been waiting years to receive.

    Lavinia's Potter Shop

    Just customize it with your name and address. There's even room to get really specific if you want to specify which bedroom!

    Get it from Lavinia's Potter Shop on Etsy for $7.99.

    When your packages finally arrive in the morning post:

    Warner Bros.

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