HARRY POTTER fans are flocking to Pandora as the jewellery brand slashes the prices of its wizarding themed charms. Included in the magical range is Hedwig the owl, the Sorting Hat, acceptance letter to Hogwarts, the Deathly Hallows, Harry's glasses, Nimbus and lightning bolt scar, as well as the Harry Potter logo. Prices usually start from £35 and go up to £55, with 14k rose-gold and 18k gold blends, as well as sterling silver elements but are now slashed to less than £20 with some as low as £13. Sharing the find with Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group , a savvy shopper said she saved more than £100 buying the charms in the sale. She said: “Pandora are discontinuing harry potter and they’re all half price or less. You have to go in store. They are under the counter. I just saved over 100 pound.” Read more Harry Potter WAND-ERFUL You can stay in a Harry Potter-themed holiday home – and it comes with a slide SPELLS TROUBLE I want to name my twin boys after Harry Potter characters While another bargain fan said: “I was told they discontinuing this range the other week when I popped… Read full this story
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