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    42 Magical Harry Potter Products You Can Get On Amazon

    Let's take a walk through the muggle-friendly version of Diagon Alley, also known as Amazon.

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    1. 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: $10.99

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


    Promising review: "I bought this as a gift for a friend and she absolutely loved the socks! She put them on immediately and kept saying how soft they were. Thinking about buying myself a pair, too!" —Ewelina

    Price: $5.99 (available in five colors)

    3. A ~birthdae~ cake pop-up card crafted by Hagrid himself. Words and all.


    Promising review: "I got this for my wife for her birthday (we are both avid Potter fans). This is an incredible pop-up style card and is amazing quality. I would definitely recommend." —Amazon Customer

    Price: $14.99

    4. A tapestry backdrop capable of transforming your Ikea furnished living room into the renowned Hogwarts library itself. Note: Restricted section not included.


    Promising review: "I love everything about this bookshelf wall tapestry. It’s very durable — sometimes my pillows will tug on it a bit, especially when I’m sleeping, it doesn’t tear off or anything. The design is gorgeous and very clear, as well. I’m adding HP touches to my room and this was absolutely perfect." —Socorro Cardenas

    Price: $17.51 (available in two sizes)

    5. A mint- or vanilla-scented bath bomb that acts as an aquatic sorting hat. That's right! Drop this into your tub to find out which house you belong in: blue for Ravenclaw, red for Gryffindor, green for Slytherin, yellow for Hufflepuff.


    This bath bomb is made with a mixture of epsom salt, coconut oil, and essential oils to soften your skin as you soak.

    Promising review: "This was a great bath bomb! I loved the surprise of finding out what house I had been sorted into (Ravenclaw) The bath bomb had a pleasant smell and made my skin nice and soft, too. I’ll be buying these again to give to friends for gifts." —Amazon Customer

    Price: $9.95

    6. 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

    Promising review: "This is a great quality shirt and suuuper soft. I’m very happy with my purchase. I went up a size for a comfier fit." —Christine

    Price: $28+ (available in sizes XS-3X and in nine colors)

    7. 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.


    Promising review: "People love playing UNO, and they love Harry Potter. Mix them together and heads might explode with excitement. Well that didn't happen, but fierce games of UNO have. As fierce as can be with kids, which can be cutthroat. Anyways, I'm rambling! The cards have nice pictures, hold up pretty well, and is a lot of fun. This review is over. Expelliarmus!" —Jared McFarland

    Price: $5.44

    8. 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.

    Promising review: "This coloring book is made of super high-quality paper and gold embellishments that make this more grown-up. There are color pictures towards the end that you can use for reference if you need to. I counted 82 coloring pages and 16 color pages, although I may be off by a page or two. There is a good variety of pattern coloring and portrait coloring. Overall, I am so impressed and this is the perfect gift for any Potter-heads you know." —Tara

    Price: $9.29+

    9. 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: $6.50

    10. 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: $10.54 (Harry), $8.45 (Ron), and $9.52 (Hermione)

    11. 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?


    Promising review: "Amazing quality! I purchased these for gifts and what a big hit! My son, who was not very interested in writing cursive, is now obsessed with calligraphy because of using a proper original quill and ink. He has been practicing writing cursive and calligraphy several times a week." —Hanna Johnson

    Price: $13.96

    12. An insulated tumbler cup ideal for all beverage situations: wine, water, coffee, pumpkin juice, butter beer, etc.

    This tumbler comes packaged in a gift box and includes a clear BPA-free lid, a reusable straw, and a cleaning brush.

    Promising review: "I love this tumbler! It’s a beautiful rose pink color exactly as pictured, and I love how light yet durable it is. As if that wasn’t enough, it came with a straw and brush that I wasn’t expecting! It exceeded my expectations and also kept my drink cold. For any Harry Potter fan, or anyone looking for a nice tumbler, you won’t be disappointed." —lilyiron

    Price: $18.99 (available in two colors)

    13. 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: $99.95 (available in two colors)

    14. A snowy owl plush because I don't think your school dormitory would allow for a real one. It's a cruel, cruel world us muggles are living in.


    Promising review: "My nine-year-old sister is Harry Potter-obsessed and this fit right in with her collection of HP stuff. The owl is a good size (not too large, not too small) and is extremely soft." —Jessica Pearce

    Price: $11.95

    15. 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.

    Promising review: "If you're an HP fan then this is a must-have. This collection really helps round out the HP universe by giving more detail to books and stories that were only mentioned in the original stories. My children LOVE the Tales of Beetle the Bard. The books themselves look beautiful in the little set box on the shelf next to the rest of the HP books, too." —Jesse Vollmer

    Price: $20.99

    16. 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.

    Promising review: "I grew up playing Trouble on a weekly basis. My mother still loves the game. We're also HUGE Harry Potter fans, so when I saw this...I knew this would make a fantastic present for her. I gave it to her the day before our family vacation. She loved it so much that she brought it along and we all played it multiple times in our condo! The twist of the added action cards is really fun, causing tons of laughter and Oh no!s. Great purchase!" —Kendall B.

    Price: $9.38

    17. 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: $7.82 (for a pack of two)

    18. A Snape-inspired heat-changing mug to add a tear, or two, or several to your morning coffee routine. Always. *begins to sob*


    Promising review: "If I could give this mug more stars, I would. My daughter and I are both Harry Potter fans, and we love Snape in particular. This is perhaps the best design on a heat-changing mug (of which we have a few) I've seen yet. We both love it, and I'm glad I selected it as a birthday gift for her." —Kevin White

    Price: $19.99 (available in 11 styles)

    19. An Alex and Ani Deathly Hallows necklace featuring the Elder Wand, the invisibility cloak, and the resurrection stone. Want to read the story about the three brothers in full? Check out The Tales of Beedle the Bard. You know, Babbity Rabbity?


    Promising review: "I bought this for my HP-loving friend. She loved it! Great quality, sturdy materials, and the chain is a great length." —fitnurse

    Price: $22.88 (originally $38, available in two finishes)

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

    Promising review: "This product is AMAZING! If you're looking for a well made and durable snitch for you HP collection, this is totally worth it. It's bigger than I thought which was a nice surprise. The wings rotate and are fairly sturdy." —Gretchski

    Price: $6.95

    21. 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

    Promising review: "This is the Hogwart's pop-up the world has been waiting for! (Okay, mostly me.) This expands into a much larger 3D map of the Hogwarts and Hogsmeade. The trick is trying to undo the tiny flaps that hold the book together. The GoT one didn't have this and was *much* easier to open. The instructions on this one don't really tell you how to open the book (which I fault the publisher and not Reinhart.) Once past that hurdle, the book is amazing and an example of why Reinhart is in a league of his own.

    Price: $43.84

    22. 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.

    Promising review: "This is amazing and worth the price. Takes about six hours to put together and has lots of odd, tiny parts but the characters that come with it are beautiful (especially Hagrid). Also, because of the way it's designed, you can actually play with it too. So I enjoy looking at it and my son is constantly up to no good." —Gina Huffman

    Price: $99.95

    23. Harry Potter: A History of Magic, a book filled with original drawings and drafts by J.K. Rowling. Think you knew everything about the wizarding world? THINK AGAIN!


    I wonder how many of you are thinking "AnaMaria, I know literally EVERYTHING" right now.

    Promising review: "WOW! This book is incredible! I didn't expect this much detail, this much beauty. This book really acts a museum exhibit, showing the overlap of the Harry Potter world and the history of magic and science as we know it. The inclusions of character profiles, JK Rowling's notes and drafts, and drawings from the illustrated book really add a great touch. This is gorgeous, and any Harry Potter fan would find it beautiful and informational." —Bay Quet

    Price: $18.83

    24. 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.

    Promising review: "Received as one of my birthday gifts from my fiancée and they’re beautiful! They’re a wow factor in a gift for sure. Heavy metal, great quality, soft brushes. I don’t even want to use them because they’re so gorgeous!" —Matthew G.

    Price: $13.69

    25. An enamel pin perfect for the bibliophiles of your friend group. You know, the pals most likely to break into the restricted section of the library. / Via @outofprint

    Promising review: "Great quality and super cute! Everyone compliments this pin whenever I wear it. Plus, it stays pinned securely on my lab coat and shipping was super fast." —Sherri D'Alessio

    Price: $10 (available in 15 styles)

    26. 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?


    Promising review: "My nephew lost his mind when he got this from me. He wanted a wand but they are expensive, and this was a great substitute. He was thrilled! Bonus points that he can even write with it!" —Robin Currie

    Price: $8.50

    27. 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: $64.99

    28. An engraved pencil set for when your quill and ink duo aren't readily available. Standardized testing + these writing utensils = almost FUN!?


    Promising review: "My son freaked out when he got these! They cane quickly and are high quality." —Boy Mama

    Price: $15 (for a pack of seven) at Define Design 11 on Amazon Handmade

    29. A Marauder's Map replica you'll want to pack in your carry-on before boarding the Hogwarts Express, folks. Want to sneak off campus at any point? This piece of parchment paper is here to HELP.

    Promising review: "This muggle was quite impressed with this map! The paper has a nice texture and weight to it with 'stains,' and it opens up to show many treasures and details to read." —Jennifer N Evans

    Price: $24.99

    30. A magical, vacuum-insulated Thermos capable of keeping drinks cold for up to 12 hours. Plus, this comes with a pop-up straw and carry handle that makes it easy to use on-the-go.


    Promising review: "This is great for my 10-year-old son that loves Harry Potter. We pack it in his lunchbox and he uses it every day." —J.M

    Price: $17.95 (available in 31 colors)

    31. 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.


    Promising review: "I had purchased these for my roommate as a Christmas gift so that when we had our HP marathons, we could be comfy but still represent our respective houses. She absolutely loved them!" —Emily17

    Price: $18.97+ (available in sizes XS-XXL and in two colors)

    32. 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.

    Promising review: "I love this guide book to Hogwarts. The pages are gorgeously illustrated and the text is a lot of fun. We were surprised at how well the invisible ink works! It's not like what you're used to--it's really like magic! Contains lots of fun tidbits about the films and activities to make your own Marauder's Map / Gryffindor tower password. I really like the Room of Requirement page. It breaks down some of the set pieces you can actually see in the room." —Hannah P.

    Price: $8.29

    33. 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.

    Promising review: "I was expecting something a But this journal is very well made! The pages look great, and the design on the front and back feels nice to the touch. Plus, the Gryffindor emblem feels sturdy and I don't feel like it'll break." —Tyger Lee

    Price: $24.95

    34. 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

    Promising review: "Oh my goodness! This got to my house in less than four days, and that includes a weekend and a federal holiday! The packaging for the candle was just lovely, and then there were bonus wax melts that smell AMAZING. The scent of the candle itself is fantastic. I can't even describe it other than I think it smells just like Butterbeer. I'm super happy with the purchase, and I'll definitely be getting a few more of these." —Emily Warren

    Price: $29.95 (for a set of two)

    35. 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: $14.95

    36. 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

    Promising review: "What a great HP chess set for the price! The pieces are very detailed and the game board is attractive. Although the board folds into quarters, it stays quite flat when opened and the fold seams are not noticeable. The thick board (cardboard) seems durable if used with reasonable care. The chess men have a good heft to them. Although some pieces are a bit top-heavy, if moved carefully around the board, they should not topple over. The bags holding the chess pieces are attractive, but if the pieces are not arranged just right in their bags, the lid of the box won't close completely. Still, excellent value for the modest price." —BETTY T.

    Price: $43.50

    37. 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

    38. 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.

    Promising review: "This blanket tapestry is an amazing find! I originally bought it as a gift for a friend and then actually received one as a Christmas present and I was so happy about it. It's really sturdy and could be used as a blanket or a tapestry. It’s not as soft as other blankets, but it is built thick and nice!" —Angela Gailey

    Price: $31.36 (available in seven colors)

    39. 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: $5.94+

    40. 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.

    Promising review: "I love this quidditch set! My husband bought me these to display on my desk at work. The quality is outstanding. The trunk is made of thick cardboard and has beautiful designs painted on it. There is even a lock and a key for it! It's a upscale collectible for a small price and a great gift for any HP fan." —Kari

    Price: $14.97

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


    Price: $34.64

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

    Me, waving goodbye to my savings:

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