Save 30% on a Lego Harry Potter advent calendar for a magical holiday

You can save 30% on a Lego Harry Potter advent calendar with 24 magical treats hidden inside, including 6 exclusive Minifigures. You don't even need a spell to access this early Black Friday deal, you can grab it on Amazon UK for GBP17.49 right now. US muggles can score a saving too, 20% off at Amazon US bring it down to £32.

If you're looking for Black Friday Lego deals 2021, you've come to the right place. 

Today's best early Black Friday Harry Potter Lego deals

If you're looking for some other ways to play your way through the holiday, there are plenty of great Harry Potter Lego deals popping up already at major retailers. While some of the best discounts are held back for Black Friday itself, the reductions that rear their heads beforehand are still worth considering. They include everything from stocking fillers to larger Lego kits that take days to finish, so it's a good time to strike if you want easy gifts ahead of Christmas.

More of today's best early Black Friday deals

Naturally, Black Friday Lego deals aren't the only worthwhile offers to keep an eye on.

The sales event is famous for discounts on the best gaming TVs, not to mention the best gaming laptopsBlack Friday Samsung TV dealsBlack Friday curved monitor dealsBlack Friday projector deals, and Black Friday PS5 and Xbox Series X monitor deals. You can also get some cracking Black Friday board game deals and Dungeons and Dragons Black Friday offers, so watch out for those this November. Finally, gaming peripherals are sure to be knocked down in cost as well thanks to the Black Friday gaming headset dealsBlack Friday PS5 SSD deals, and Black Friday Xbox controller deals.

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