In honor of the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, Bloomsbury is bringing back their very successful Wizarding Wednesdays competition by popular demand. The first week fans in the UK and Ireland can win a deluxe family ticket and early access to Warner Bros. Studio Tour London!

Wizarding Wednesdays originally ran in 2016 as part of the hugely successful film campaign for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, and was enthusiastically embraced by fans in the UK. The competition will create multiple opportunities for fans in the UK to win the most exciting, money-can’t-buy-prizes from the Wizarding World. The prizes range from all across J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World and include exciting packages from Bloomsbury, Warner Bros., Pottermore, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, MinaLima, The British Library and many more.

The competition can be entered by heading to Winners are selected at random and fans need only register once to be in with a chance to win from the array of fantastic prizes offered over six weeks. Any lucky winners will not be eligible to win further prizes.

For a full list of the prizes on offer and terms and conditions go Competition is only eligible for people living in the UK and Ireland.

You can also celebrate the 20th anniversary across social media:

Bloomsbury and Pottermore will work with Facebook, Instagram and Twitter on three exciting projects that will celebrate the 20th anniversary in different ways across each social media channel globally.

Because great books help people connect with one another, Facebook will surprise people on the 26th with a fun, special feature when posting or commenting about Harry Potter.

Instagram superfans and influencers will be sharing Instagram Stories of what Harry Potter has meant to them over the past twenty years using #HarryPotter20. The official Instagram account – @instagram (224m followers) – will be joining in the celebrations by featuring stories from some of the biggest Harry Potter fans in the community.

Meanwhile, on Twitter fans can join in the conversation with a specially-designed emoji for the world’s most favourite boy-wizard, revealed when they type in the official hashtag of the campaign #HarryPotter20.

The projects will each launch on Monday 26th June.

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