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[NYC - Broadway] Harry Potter and the Cursed Child - Part One Merchandise

I split the Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on Broadway experience into 3 posts.

If you haven't yet read yesterday's post and want to know about the lottery process, etc. go and check it out now.
Today is about Part One.

As I mentioned in yesterday's post, my friend and I wanted to check out the gift shop before the show. There's so much to see and browse. I went in knowing that I just wanted to get something small - my new thing is collecting a magnet from places that I have been and want to remember.

Anyway, I quickly found my magnet that I wanted and then decided I should take some pictures for you guys of some of the other products that were available. It was super crowded, so I tried to take pictures with no people in it, so you can only see a snapshot of what is available.

This is the price list with an itemized list of what is available at the main gift shop (at 42nd).

So, like everything at The Cursed Child, there's a queue. To checkout, you will likely have to walk through to the back, go through the double doors, and then follow the instructions from one of the staff members. The queue is long, but it goes quickly!

There's also a small snack bar as you exit the gift store. I just took a quick picture for you. This one doesn't offer the full menu that's available at the main snack bars.

If you don't really want to spend money on a souvenir at the merchandise shop, but you want a trinket to remember going to the show, you can grab a little badge as you exit the part one show. I wish I knew about this because I could have made a DIY magnet.

Just thought I'd give you an idea of the view for the lottery winners, this was the view from our seats.

*FTC Disclosure: Some of the links in this post are affiliate links which means, at no additional cost to you, I may earn a commission if you click through the links provided and make a purchase.*


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