If you’re reading this, we’re assuming you are or know someone who is a huge fan of the Harry Potter universe, aka a ‘Potterhead’. Besides rereading the books and rewatching the movies, there are a few set ways to get your fix of Harry Potter. That includes downloading the mobile game called Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery and signing up on Pottermore.com, where you can take quizzes to discover which Hogwarts house you belong in, as well as your patronus. And then, there’s the retail therapy option. From edible chocolate frogs to a Ministry of Magic toilet seat sticker, here’s a few gifts for Potterheads to enjoy.
Gryffindor quidditch sweater
With the daily evening rain we’re experiencing recently, why not get snuggly in a comfortable Gryffindor quidditch sweater. Admittedly, the price is on the steep end, but how can you put a price on feeling like a Gryffindor quidditch player? Save up and head here.
Ministry of Magic toilet seat sticker
Mark the entrance of the Ministry of Magic with a sticker that says exactly that. You’ll be able to treat guests to the full Harry Potter experience when they visit your home. Check it out here.
Clue Harry Potter edition
Love Harry Potter and a game of solving mysteries? Then this is the new board game for you. Figure out who’s the guilty Harry Potter character in this fun Clue game. Start pondering here.
Experience the famed chocolate frog for yourself! Each box comes complete with a card of one of the four house founders – Godric Gryffindor, Salazar Slytherin, Helga Hufflepuff, or Rowena Ravenclaw. Hop to it here.
Get one step closer to hosting your own Quidditch match with this collectible Quidditch set. It comes with a quaffle, two golf-sized bludgers, and a snitch that can’t be removed. Get it here.
You don’t have to travel to Florida or Japan to get one of these anymore. Just click and pay online to buy your own butterbeer here. Grab a cold (buttery) one, kick back, and go on a marathon of the movies.
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