Black Friday is a great time to shop advent calendars in time for December

Advent calendars are a time-tested holiday tradition that help build holiday excitement no matter how old you are. Black Friday is a great time to save on these products as we gear up for a busy December. Here are a bunch of best sales on advent calendars for kids and adults alike.

LEGO Harry Potter | $10 off

This advent calendar is filled with LEGO Harry Potter figures and buildable set-pieces, all with a holiday theme to suit the season. It includes favorites like Hermione, Harry, Ron, Parvati, Padma, and Cho.

$30 at Amazon

Funko Harry Potter | $20 off

Love Harry Potter and Funko? This advent calendar includes 24 Pocket Pop vinyl figures of all your favorite characters from the beloved children's books.

$40 at Amazon

Star Wars Micro Force | $10 off

Not only does this advent calendar come with 24 official Star Wars Micro Force figures, it also comes with seven stickers. The calendar itself folds down into a themed backdrop for extra fun.

$20 at Amazon

N-B Christmas Tree | $20 off

This intricate advent calendar involves a mini Christmas tree covered in decorations, some of which open up to give gifts. It's a great way to add a bit of decoration to the room while at the same acting as a countdown to the big day.

$70 at Amazon

Mouttop Wooden Ornaments | 30% off

Tree a bit bare this year? Why not grab an advent calendar that provides you with an extra painted wooden ornament each day? These holiday-themed figures are all ready to hang up right out of the box.

$13 at Amazon

Moroccanoil Argan Oil | $16 off

This six-day advent calendar is packed with trial-size beauty products from Moroccanoil, including texture spray, hand cream, body oil, and more. This deal only lasts until the end of the day, so don't wait if you want to pick it up.

$29 at Amazon

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