This 'Harry Potter' Subscription Box Is Perfect For Hogwarts Nerds
Anyone obsessed with all things Harry Potter or Fantastic Beasts will love this new monthly subscription box service with a wizardly theme.
Filled to the brim with official merchandise from the popular wizard film franchises, Geek Gear Boxes are the perfect alternative gift this Valentine's Day or for treating your Hogwarts-obsessed friends and family.
The Wizarding World boxes cost from £24.99, with a range of options for Harry Potter fans, including children and adult versions.
The unique boxes include a t-shirt, an exclusive art print and at least four other exciting products, including authentic products relating to the film and exclusive to Geek Gear Boxes.
And whether you're a Slytherin or a Hufflepuff, Gryffindor or Ravenclaw, fans can even personalise boxes with their house colours to make it even more special and unique.
There are four subscription boxes to choose from and subscribers are promised a value of at least £45 per box.
Geek Gear Box's Simon Pretswell said the idea started out as a family business based around an appreciation of Harry Potter.
"We owe our success to the incredibly passionate fandom that surrounds it," he added.
"We started by posting out just a few boxes out every month, but the passion surrounding the Boy Who Lived means we now send thousands of boxes each month all over the world.
"It's great that Harry Potter fans are so enthusiastic about the franchise, heading to conventions, dressing up in cosplay, writing fanfiction and eagerly anticipating any new film, book or play they can get their hands on.
"We love to get our subscribers' input into what should go into the boxes, and if it's a good idea we'll often make it a reality."
In other Harry Potter news, a Cursed Child movie is rumoured to be in the works.
Harry Potter writer JK Rowling teased a possible film version of the book and stage play with a cryptic tweet, suggesting: "Sometimes, darkness comes from unexpected places #HarryPotter #CursedChild"
Fans were quick to speculate that this meant that a movie adaptation of The Cursed Child, which follows Harry Potter's son Albus, was on its way, but rumours have not been confirmed.
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone was released in 1997 while JK Rowling wrote six further books during the next ten years.
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