The Entire Harry Potter Film Collection Is Only $34.99 on Amazon for Cyber Monday

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Thanksgiving has come and gone, and that means Christmas season is officially underway. Many people started their holiday shopping on Black Friday, but the smarter shoppers know the best savings are on Cyber Monday. 

For example, head over to Amazon and buy yourself all eight Harry Potter films right now. In honor of Cyber Monday, the entire collection is only $34.99. That is ridiculously cheap. The box set usually costs close to $100. This is the perfect gift for friends, family or yourself. Everyone loves Harry Potter, and if they don't, you don't need them in your life. 

Trust us, buying this collection is the cheapest way to relive your childhood. As you can see, these other nostalgic trips are significantly more expensive... 

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1. Harry Potter World One-Day Admission

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Although the price of admission varies, it is difficult to visit the the Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Orlando Resort for less than $100. We're not saying taking a trip to Florida isn't worth it, but for less than a third of the cost, you can bring Harry Potter home with you. Forever. 

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2. 'Star Wars' Episodes I to VI

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There are only six Star Wars movies compared to eight Harry Potter films, and yet the entire saga costs $98.96. For that price, you can buy the Harry Potter collection twice. And that's already down from $139.99. Maybe you should wait for The Force Awakens to come out before investing hundreds of dollars into a galaxy far, far away.

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3. 'Friends' Box Set

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We love Ross, Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Joey and Chandler as much as the next guy, but $86.13 seems a bit steep for the complete series. Especially considering every single episode of the show is on Netflix. By all means, binge away, but use those holiday funds for something a bit more magical. 

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4. The Complete 'Goosebumps' Series

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There are few book series' more indicative of the '90s than Goosebumps. 62 novels were published under the Goosebumps title from 1992 to 1997. That's a lot of scary stories, and if you want to read them all, you're going to have to save up $378.93.

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5. 'A Series of Unfortunate Events'

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Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events was great, but it was no Harry Potter. Even Jim Carrey's over-the-top depiction of Olaf was not enough to save the film adaption. Save yourself the $95.84 and check these books out from your local library. 

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6. Old School Gaming Console

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A used Nintendo 64 system is the exact same price as the complete Harry Potter film collection. That doesn't sound unreasonable, but the price starts to climb when you add games and controllers. If you want a copy of Super Smash Bros., arguably the greatest came ever created, that will cost you another $54.85. 

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7. The Books

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No matter how amazing the movies are, watching the films will never compare to the wonder of reading the books. That's probably why the complete hardcover series costs $99.99. We're not saying don't read the books, but we are saying take advantage of Cyber Monday because the movies are not likely to be this cheap again. At least not until next year. Plus, you should already have the books in your collection. 

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