We Ordered Loot Crate’s Harry Potter Box. Did You?

I hit the “confirm order” button SO FAST this morning. The reason why I was willing to shell out $34.99 before I even had a cup of coffee was to order Loot Crate’s J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World crate. Cos’, you know, HARRY POTTER delivered to our door.

This brand new offering from the company that brings us the crazy popular Look Crate, Loot Gaming, Loot Pets and more is the the first-ever (officially licensed) subscription box for Harry Potter fans (and is timed to help promote the upcoming Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them release on November 18th). While there has been a cottage industry of Harry Potter subscription boxes (you can check out some of them here), this is the first totally sanctioned one.


Loot Crate announced this new collaboration on Thursday saying: “The bi-monthly subscription crate will deliver on the Loot Crate mystery subscription box experience, with exclusive product and content to surprise and delight fans. Each crate will feature new and exclusive figures, collectibles, and apparel that celebrate the beloved characters and magic of the wizarding world created by J.K. Rowling.”

They added that, “The crate will feature items inspired by the world of Harry Potter, as well as a new era of magic in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.”

We, for one, can’t wait to see what subscription box magic they conjure up. And speaking of subscription box magic, have you subscription to our Wonderful Objects box yet? If not, what are you waiting for? You can order it RIGHT HERE.


If you’re interested in the Harry Potter box by Loot Crate, you can order that here too. Actually, just order both! You’ll make your mail box very very happy.

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Wonderful Objects Mystery Box + Magical Teasers
Wonderful Objects Mystery Box + Magical Teasers


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