J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World Subscription Box Review | January 2018

J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World Crate is a bi-monthly subscription that sends exclusive and licensed Harry Potter Merchandise in each box. Boxes are themed and cost $39.99 + shipping. Upon subscribing you’ll answer your t-shirt size and preferred house. There was a shipping delay with this box (was supposed to arrive in January).

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Here’s the Box Breakdown

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Our first glimpse inside the Wizarding World Box

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Everything that we received in our “The Ties That Bind Us” Wizarding World Crate


So what is all this stuff?

Our box insert

This details each of the items included in this box and expounds a bit on this month’s theme


Wand Book

The first time in this box is a Book of all the Wands.

Penelope really enjoyed this, this box was a Christmas gift to her!


Hogwarts House Tie

This tie came in 4 varieties, one for each of the houses in Hogwarts (Penelope loves Gryffindor) and was exclusive to the Wizarding World Crate

We received the Ravenclaw tie which is still cool. Personally, we’re Slytherin people but …


Rowena Ravenclaw’s Diadem Pin

This pin a famous wizarding heirloom and was another Wizarding World Crate Exclusive!

Penny thought this was super pretty and has worn it numerous times since she received it!


Black Family Tree Scarf

The final item in this month’s Wizarding World Crate is this exclusive Black Family Tree Tapestry. This is really interesting but it’s also cool to wear as a shawl or scarf. Penny decided to hang this in her room.


So in summary

We look for three things in a subscription box; quality, curation, and presentation. The Wizarding World Crate is an awesome collection of exclusive, limited edition items from the Harry Potter collection! The presentation is awesome. Everything arrives perfectly and while the box was smaller than we thought it would be it contained some great items. The quality is fantastic. This really is the best Potter stuff that’s out there. And curation.. is good. I think Penny would have been happier without the shipping delay since this was a Christmas present but this was well worth the wait!


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