Meaghan Kirby
July 31, 2017 5:21 pm

Today is a special day in the wizard and muggle worlds as The Boy Who Lived turns 37 years old. That’s right, 37 years ago today — July 31, 1980 — Harry Potter was born, and we are so ready to celebrate. Luckily, we’re not the only ones.

Cratejoy, a subscription box company is celebrating Harry’s birthday with some truly amazing Harry Potter-themed subscription boxes. The company has 28 handpicked subscription boxes to choose from so everyone from the potion-brewing Slytherin to the tea loving Hufflepuff will find the perfect box to be delivered to their door every month.

To celebrate Harry’s Birthday in style, Cratejoy rounded up the 5 most popular crates.

1GeekGear Box

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The GeekGear box is filled with the most amazing merchandise Harry Potter AND Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them has to offer. The box also features Gryffindor specific Hogwarts merch so it’s the perfect box for those who bleed red and gold. This subscription begins at $26.37.

2Wonderful Objects by Wonder and Company

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This box, delivered quarterly, is for the curious Hufflepuff minds attracted to all things mysterious and beautiful. More expensive than many of the other boxes, the handcrafted contents always leave you asking “what if…?” Begins at $95.00.

3Accio

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This box claims to be for the *biggest* Harry Potter fans in the world. Containing house-specific merchandise, the monthly box features some special treats and callbacks to your favorite moments of the series. Begins at $39.99.

4Themepark Monthly

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The themepark box is for those obsessed with The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. The box also features some of our favorite Disney themed park merch in an affordable box delivered monthly. Begins at $8.95.

5Geek Chic Monthly

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This monthly box is for the jewelry-loving Harry Potter super-fan. From Hogwarts house charm bracelets to Deathly Hallows necklaces, we’re tempted to hit subscribe just thinking about it! Begins at $13.00.

Accio credit card, oh, and Happee Birthdae Harry!

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