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Various amounts of Harry Potter stock is now reduced within Tesco's store. Be on the look out for any bargains when shopping!
Harry Potter dobble game was £10 now £3.75 (our personal favourite!) Harry Potter Sorting hat was £20 now £10. Baby nifflers was £20 now £10 Harry Potter cluedo now £7.50 Harry Potter magical beasts game now £5 Niffler coin bank was £10 now £5 Harry Potter Invisibility cloak now £15 Harry Potter Lego: hagrids hut buck beaks rescue £25
By Jesse Tman
Hello fellow HP fans,
I have been storing the box that the original Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince books were shipped to the bookstore in my home town. It has sentimental value to me but I wanted to see if anyone would potentially purchase such a piece of Potter memorabilia. Anyone have any ideas?
Harry Potter & Harry Potter and the Cursed Child play has become one in the muggle world with the new logo! Since it's beginning The Cursed Child Play had its own logo and its own font, but on the night between 3rd & 4th September 2019, the signs of the Palace Theater (London), Lyrics Theater (New York) and Princess' Theater (Melbourne) where the play is currently played have all been upgraded to the new logo.
The name HARRY POTTER is now written in JK Rowlings famous 'Harry Potter' font, muggles, witches and wizards alike will be able to tell with the new lightning-shaped P, created by Mary GrandPré for Scholastic's covers in the United States and later taken as the official logo of the saga by Warner Bros.
After a few weeks of rumors and a rebrand of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child theaters, it seems that yes Warner Bros. has purchased the rights to The Cursed Child.
The new logo for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
The program of the play also indicates the name of JK Rowling above the title. It seems that the words "parts one and two" have also been been removed.
Instagram and Twitter users have been showing off the old and new logo
These amazing grandparents build their granddaughter a 350sqft 'Harry Potter' Playhouse Of Dreams!
Doting Grandparents Dave and Ruby Dunlop wanted a place that their eldest grandchild, two-year-old Logan, could come and play at when she visited, and boy did they deliver.
The Dunlop's commissioned a massive 350 square feet playhouse to be built in their back garden in Ontario, Canada - all themed on the wizarding world of Harry Potter.
The grandparents say they hope to make additions to the playhouse as Logan gets older, such as a zip line which goes from Hogwarts tower down to the ground.
Tyson, who runs the small family business Charmed Playhouses, has built luxury playhouses all over the world, with past designs including a Disney-themed princess castle attached to Rapunzel's tower, Captain Hook's pirate ship and Neverland, and a Hobbit hole.
Tyson said: "The Dunlops are elated to have the playhouse in their backyard as it will become the pinnacle of family memories for years to come."
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Tesco have just released a new range of Harry Potter merchandise, including; mugs, glasses, flasks and bags. Prices range from £3 upwards.