Win a Visit to the Set of FANTASTIC BEASTS Sequel in Support of Lumos

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Lumos is offering up a visit to the set of the FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM sequel!

J.K. Rowling‘s charity, Lumos, is helping children worldwide to regain a life with their family and out of poverty. Lumos is now hosting a fundraiser where the grand prize is a trip to the set of the Fantastic Beasts Sequel in London! This was announced on a livestream yesterday with actors Alison Sudol (Queenie Goldstein) and Dan Fogler (Jacob Kowalski), which you can watch here:

The winner of this prize will get to join the producer, David Heyman, and Director, David Yates, of the movie for an on-set visit and VIP experience. They will also get air transportation for two courtesy of American Airlines, a three night stay in a London hotel, and tickets to the Warner Bros. Studio Tour London: The Making of Harry Potter. 

As well, there will be one additional prize drawn for an original painting of Newt Scamander, the main character in Fantastic Beasts, by Henry Fraser, which will be signed by J.K. Rowling, actor Eddie Redmayne, and other cast members from the film.

Every $12 donated gets you one entry for the grand prize, plus a donation of $24 will get you a digital thank you from Alison Sudol and Dan Fogler, and $48 will get you a print featuring illustrations by MinaLima from the Fantastic Beasts Screenplay. Donate $72 and you can also get a black “be the light” t-shirt, and donate $2500 to get a hardcover copy of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them signed by J.K. Rowling, though there are only 10 of these prizes available!

This is one exciting contest, especially in support of such a great cause, so make sure to donate and enter to win here if you can!

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