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Get the best Harry Potter stocking stuffers for adults that are guaranteed to give him or her a Christmas morning as magical as it would be in the wizarding world.

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My favorite Harry Potter ornament from Pottery Barn

Each of these Harry Potter stocking stuffer ideas come from familiar retailers like Amazon and Etsy for quick and easy shopping.

You’ll find beloved elements like the sorting hat, Marauder’s Map, quidditch ball, Deathly Hallows symbol, and so many more. I’m sharing all my personal favorites below.

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Top 10 Harry Potter Stocking Stuffers

Harry Potter Book

Since this is a book blog, I of course recommend a Harry Potter book as the perfect gift idea! If he or she has the original Harry Potter book series, try one of these interactive keepsake books by Minalima with tons of fun elements to enjoy inside. I am collecting them myself, and I find them to be absolutely exceptional for fans of all ages.

For even more ideas, check out these books about Harry Potter.


Harry Potter Bookmark

Accessorize the book with a Harry Potter bookmark, which makes such a cheap, light, and easy Harry Potter gift. This one caught my eye as a fun replica of a Hogwarts express ticket. All aboard!


Harry Potter Candy

If you ask me, candies are essential Harry Potter Christmas stocking fillers. We shopped these treats ourselves at Honeydukes at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios. Everyone loves an edible treat on Christmas morning!


Harry Potter Cards

There are lots of small games you can use as stocking stuffers for Harry Potter fans, the easiest of which is a set of themed playing cards that can be used for various card games.


Harry Potter Earrings

My friend wears these Harry Potter lightning bolt earrings, and I just love how minimal and subtle they are for adults. They are on my wish list, so I think they are a perfect stocking stuffer for women.


Harry Potter Enamel Pin

Enamel pins are really popular Harry Potter Christmas stocking stuffers, and I selected this particular one because of its bookish theme. It’s also great for fans of Hermione Granger.


Harry Potter Mug

There are so many Harry Potter mugs you can choose from to stuff a stocking, but I especially liked this Marauder’s Map one because its design is heat-activated. It would be so fun to have a cup of coffee or hot chocolate with it on Christmas morning.


Harry Potter Ornament

This Harry Potter ornament has captured my heart for YEARS, and it’s much bigger in person too. See it pictured at the top of this post. (Or, make your own Harry Potter ornament, like I did!)


Harry Potter Scarf

A Harry Potter scarf is the quintessential gift for every aspiring wizard! We wear ours while we watch the movies, for Halloween, etc. This particular one bears the classic Gryffindor colors as well as its Hogwarts house crest.


Harry Potter Socks

As Albus Dumbledore knows, one can never have too many socks, especially during the cold holiday season. I loved how these resembled an ugly Christmas sweater. It’s a great stocking stuffer for men especially!

More Harry Potter Stocking Stuffers

Below are even more ideas for Harry Potter stocking stuffers for adults for you to peruse and click through to shop.

In addition to the types of items featured above, you will also find: shirts, hats, ties, glasses, pouches, journals, cookie cutters, hair accessories, home decor, Pop Sockets, games, keychains, jewelry, candles, planners, notepads, DVDs, umbrellas, and more.

Conclusion

These cheap Harry Potter stocking stuffers for adults are bound to make Christmas morning extra magical. To recap and help you decide what to buy, my top picks are:

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