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Today the official Harry Potter: Wizard’s Collection website unveiled the Certificate of Authenticity to be included with your purchase.

The box set is a limited edition product. It looks like only 63,000 of these babies will be made.

We recently told you that fans are very upset about the price ($500 retail, $350 after Amazon’s discount) because it lacks any real new features other than the packaging.

Harry Potter: Wizard’s Collection will be released in September.

  • Amy

    $350 after Amazon’s American site discount. Try the Canadian site, it isn’t $350, which I think is a ripoff. Us Canadians deserve the same discounts that Americans get. I don’t see why we have to pay retail value, while others get it for cheaper when all there is, is a line across the continent splitting us…

    • The Best Guest

      *sniff* *sniff* smell that…it’s corporate racism…

      • http://twitter.com/NatashaPeartree Natasha Pereira

        lmao!

    • http://www.facebook.com/jennifer.horn Jennifer Horn

       ? I’m on amazon.ca and its listed at $349.99

  • The Best Guest

    *sniff* *sniff* smell that…it’s corporate greed…

  • Emma

    Oh yeah, good thinking, Warner Bros – the certificate’s going to convince me now! 

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=690341156 Andrew Davies-Land

    63 thousand is really not that much of a limited edition.. 

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Maria-Wang/542480760 Maria Wang

    I could buy a trip to Wizarding World in Orlando with that kind of money

  • http://forgiveyourmind.tumblr.com/ Tariq

    That better be embossed with real gold for that price.

  • Hehedied

    Don’t need or want that. Thanks Chris!! For being the only director to have true extended films.

  • hpatdh33

    I know this doesn’t appeal to everyone, but they now have a complete collection of the sheet music for all 8 movies.  Although it doesn’t have every selection from all the movies, it has most of the favorites (except a Window to the Past form POA). Anyways Amazon has it for a little less than 20 dollars which to me is a steal considering its kind of a collectors piece.  Now I want a soundtrack collection.

  • http://twitter.com/NatashaPeartree Natasha Pereira

    what if fans just boycott it until the price is lowered? i know it would be difficult, and a lot of people, including me, would be concerned about less loyal fans (lol) who would snatch it up and then they would all be gone, so we might buy one anyway… but, idk, just a thought…

  • http://twitter.com/MowTheFrontLawn Juan Pedia

    My problem isn’t with the price.  My problem with this set is that it has almost nothing new to offer.  We would like all of the deleted scenes, please, Warner Bros.

    • http://twitter.com/NatashaPeartree Natasha Pereira

      ESPECIALLY the first epilogue scene filmed

  • Alive285

    The facts that this set dropped the word “definitive” from its title, is limited to 63,000 units and the films were pulled from shelves last December infer that another complete set will come eventually, because it’s doubtful that there will only be 63,000 “complete” Harry Potter sets in existence and that’s it, forever. I’ll wait for the next one. Maybe by then, the price won’t be so extravagent and the set’s design will be more representative of the Harry Potter we know from watching the films (was I the only one who didn’t recognize the inspiration from the film for the set’s design? It’s completely random).

    I still think they made a huge mistake years ago with the “suitcase” set they released with only half the films in it. They should have saved that design idea for the complete series set.

  • http://twitter.com/Scott_Learmonth Scott Learmonth

    They havn’t a hope of selling 63,000 of those.

  • http://twitter.com/TheJoeySheehan Joey Sheehan

    They’re trying to make us all excited because it’s a 31-disc set … but why on earth would anybody need a DVD, Blu-ray AND digital download of the same movie in their possession? Seems a little pointless and redundant. They’d be better off reducing the price and having two different DVD and Blu-ray editions.

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