Listen up, Dobby! Harry Potter advent calendars are on sale at Target — and going fast

Devon Kelley

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Christmas at Hogwarts might be the pinnacle of holiday spirit and Muggles never had a chance to get in on the fun — until now.

While it’s certainly not as cool as your very own Invisibility Cloak, your sock collection is about to get a magical touch! You can now purchase Harry Potter-themed advent calendars, so you can rep your Hogwarts House in style.

Target has three different Harry Potter sock advent calendars, each retailing for just $15 and containing 15 pairs of different magical socks. They keep selling out, so be sure to pick yours up ASAP!

Harry Potter castle socks (Photo: Target)
Harry Potter castle socks (Photo: Target)

Women's Harry Potter Hogwarts Crest 15 Days of Socks Advent Calendar ($15)


Harry Potter owl socks (Photo: Target)
Harry Potter owl socks (Photo: Target)

Women's Harry Potter Owl 15 Days of Socks Advent Calendar ($15)


Harry Potter Hogwarts crest socks (Photo: Target)
Harry Potter Hogwarts crest socks (Photo: Target)

Women's Harry Potter Castle 15 Days of Socks Advent Calendar ($15)

Don’t forget to give Dobby a pair.

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