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LitJoy Limited Edition Harry Potter Magical Crate Year 3 Spoilers!

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The LitJoy Harry Potter-inspired Limited Edition Magical Crate Year 3 is available now and they’ve released four spoilers!

The Knight Bus is making the rounds to your neighborhood. You better board quick before this Year 3 Magical Edition Crate sells out! That would just be grim ;).

Each box will include:

The Box: LitJoy Magical Crate Year 3

The Cost: $75 + Shipping

The Products:

Included in this Special-Edition crate you will find items inspired by a certain wanted wizard—a maniac on the loose! You will also find the perfect kit for repelling a Dementor attack, something to turn back time, things that smell delicious, a stroll through Hogsmeade, Aunt Marge at her best and roundest, items to wear, items for your books the wear, and the perfect bookish representation of Harry’s third year at Hogwarts!

  • Every item in this crate is carefully and meticulously curated by LitJoy!

  • We worked with EIGHT different artists to create original artwork and designs for 10 of the items!

  • 14 items total, 12 are EXCLUSIVE LitJoy crate items!

Good to know: All boxes will ship on December 2nd

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1 Comment

  1. Don’t know if anyone would even notice/try to go to the site, but they spelled “calligraphy” wrong. I double-checked the website they noted, caligraphy.org, and it was blocked for a virus – it’s actually calligraphy.org.

    Don’t want everybody getting viruses from their misspelled web address!

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