Harry Potter Sweepstakes 2016: Win a Free Trip to Every Wizarding World Theme Park

Attention Muggles — your chance to visit Hogwarts has finally arrived. To promote the opening of the newest Harry Potter-related theme park in California, Universal Studios and TripAdvisor.com have teamed up to offer a chance to win a Harry Potter-themed trip "around the world."

The lucky winner of the sweepstakes will get a trip for four to the brand new Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios Hollywood, which opens April 7, plus a trip to the Universal Studios parks in Orlando and Japan, as well as a "behind-the-scenes look at where the Harry Potter films were made" in London.

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The grand prize package includes airfare, hotel-stays, a daily food allowance and passes to all of the Universal Studios parks on the trip. The deadline to enter the sweepstakes is February 24, the entry form is available here.

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