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Ankle socks for a good cause. All proceeds go toward SPEW: Society for the Promotion of Elfish Welfare
Get a pack of five from Amazon for $16.95.
A door cling better than the whole lock-and-key ordeal. She’ll refuse to let anyone enter your room without a password.
Get it from ThinkGeek for $29.99.
A heat-changing mug left behind by Moony, Wormtail, Padfoot, and Prongs. Like Google Maps, but for people.
You know, instead of tracking a location, you can track a person.
Promising review: “I got this mug for my best friend. She put it in my coffee machine, and cried from happiness when the map was revealed. I definitely recommend this to Harry Potter fans. Plus, it's not a small coffee mug: it's the perfect size.” —Nevergone
Get it from Amazon for $19.99.
Or a heat-changing mug you won’t even need to yell “Expecto Patronum” at. Your Patronus will just appear. Phew.
Promising review: “This mug is absolutely amazing. I bought this for my wife, and it literally brought tears to her eyes. The quality is spot-on, as are the graphics on the cup.” —Chris
Get it from Amazon for $9.95.
A Felix Felicis brooch for anyone who needs a bit of luck before taking their O.W.L. exams. We can’t all be Hermione.
A 16-piece dining set used in the Great Hall. Treacle tarts will magically appear on this dinnerware.
This set contains four place settings, a dinner plate, a salad plate, a bowl, and a cup for a member of each house. This means you'll have Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw, and Slytherin covered.
Get it from ThinkGeek for $80 (originally $99).
A magical cookbook that’ll have you sipping on gin and [pumpkin] juice in no time.
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
Subject notebooks to help differentiate between your notes. Divination and Magical Creatures, for example.
Ugh, I hate Divination. Pretending to see death omens in a lump of tea leaves is a bunch of hogwash, in my opinion.
A Harry Potter-inspired Clue game with one objective: find the student who mysteriously disappeared from Hogwarts.
Promising review: “My family is obsessed with everything Harry Potter, so I bought this game for my daughter's 10th birthday. We love this game! It has the base of a regular Clue game, only instead of finding out who was killed, with what weapon, and where, you have to find out who made a student disappear from Hogwarts, with what spell or object, and in which room.” —M. Shahar
A miniature cake to celebrate your 11th birthday. This is available as an ornament, magnet, or keyring.
Hagrid will make it for you himself.
A laptop sticker with a very important message. A really, truly, very important message.
A checkers set favored by the goblins working at Gringotts. They hide this in vault 713 so that no one can steal it.
Promising review: “I got this for my father (now a grandfather) who is a big fantasy/sci-fi fan, including Harry Potter. He plays checkers with my nephew, and they both really loved this set for Christmas. The set itself is well-made, as are all the pieces.” —Jeff the aeroE
Get it from Amazon for $29.95.
An ultrasoft pillow cover you can’t really sleep on. It’ll immediately transport you to the Hogwarts Express.
Get it from PBTeen for $35.50.
A bangle bracelet composed of The Elder Wand, The Resurrection Stone, and The Cloak of Invisibility.
Get it from Amazon for $27.44.
A coloring book filled with all sorts of magical things. Quidditch posters! Hogwarts! The Forbidden Forest!
So on, and so on, and so on.
Promising review: “My mother stole this book from me, if that's any indication of how wonderful this thing is. This is a beautifully illustrated book with some amazingly detailed images.” —Jinxie G.
A golden snitch clock that’s actually pretty annoying. It always flies away before I get a chance to see the time.
Get it from PBTeen for $49.
A spinner suitcase depicting the most beautiful architecture known to the wizarding world. I’m tearing up just looking at it.
HOGWARTS IS MY HOME.
Get it from BoxLunch for $104.93 (originally $149.90).
A sticker decal representative of the only song I want to sing at karaoke night, okay?
Promising review: “This sticker looks amazing on Remus (my car). It went on perfectly, the letters are crisp, and the font is perfect.” —todwyer
Get it from Amazon for $4.98.
A butterbeer candle to make your room smell like The Three Broomsticks. Hogsmeade outings are the best, aren’t they?
A lightning bolt necklace that screams “WHY YES, I AM THE BOY WHO LIVED.” You should be damn proud.
…or an infinity scarf featuring The Marauder’s Map. Disclaimer: this accessory is always up to no good.
Promising review: “This is a super cute, super soft infinity scarf! It's classy enough to go with any outfit, so you can be a nerd while looking fancy this fall. Total win!” —TINA
Get it from Amazon for $17.95.
A bookmark collection you should probably destroy. You know, with the rise of he-who-must-not-be-named and all.
Promising review: “These are such a wonderful, high-quality gift for the Harry Potter fanatic in your life. They're made of a sturdy metal, and don't look cheap at all. They look so cool! Such a great find.” —C. Caseboldt
Get a set of seven from Amazon for $29.50.
A Hedwig statue willing to fetch your mail in the morning. What a saint, honestly.
Promising review: “This beautiful figurine of Hedwig is made with wonderful detail. She almost looks like a real owl! I love that she isn't on a random stand, but perched on a stack of school books guarding Harry's wand and the Marauder's Map. Hopefully, she'll start delivering my mail now!” —Anne
Get it from Amazon for $29.99.
An art print featuring one of the many wise things said by Albus Dumbledore AKA the greatest wizard who ever lived.
According to Hagrid, anyhow.
A Monster Book of Monsters plush pillow that’s surprisingly calm. But pet it with caution, just in case.
Get it from ThinkGeek for $59.99.
A book set complete with Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Quidditch Through the Ages, and Tales of Beedle the Bard.
You know, if you're in the mood for a bit of light reading.
Promising review: “My daughter is a huge Potterhead, and she almost cried when I gave these to her!” —Brenda Sanchez
A laundry sign on which you could hang all your mismatched socks. Do you know how many house elves you could free?
A comfy t-shirt for anyone who thinks that Luna Lovegood should get her own damn series.
The complete 8-film collection on DVD so you could see the splendor that is Hogwarts whenever you damn well please.
Promising review: “I bought this set for my husband and six-year-old to share. This was the cheapest set I could find brand new, and they were 100% as described!” —Mommyof3
Or a boxed set of all seven books in the series. Swoon. Sigh. Heart eyes. Necessary. Amazing.
My savings account right now:
The reviews in this post have been edited for length and clarity.
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