“Harry Potter: Puzzles & Spells” Celebrates Valentine’s Day with “Sweets and Treats” Event

This February, players of the popular Harry Potter: Puzzles & Spells match-three mobile game can delve into “Sweets and Treats,” a limited-time seasonal event inspired by Valentine’s Day.

Taking place from February 3 to 28, the event transports players to Madam Puddifoot’s Tea Shop, which is located in Hogsmeade Village and has been decorated especially for Valentine’s Day. Harry Potter fans who have read the books will remember that the very same tea shop makes an appearance in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix when Harry and Cho visit for a Valentine’s Day date.



The event encourages players to take part in a range of daily and seasonal tasks to earn rewards, including collecting spell gems and stars, activating your magical creature, and earning trophies. Those who upgrade to a Premium Pass can unlock even more rewards, such as a Runespoor, a three-headed serpent that is popular with Dark wizards.

Once players have earned all the season’s rewards, points can still be collected and added to their season vault, and those with a Premium Pass receive bonus rewards at the end of the season.

This is the second Valentine’s Day celebration Puzzles & Spells has launched; the Valentine’s Day event back in 2021 was named after the wizarding world’s powerful love potion – Amortentia Adoration. Lavender Brown was on the search for her “Won-Won,” with players collecting love potion vials to win rewards.

Puzzles & Spells can be enjoyed by Harry Potter fans worldwide on iOS and Android devices, Amazon Kindle, and Facebook. Will you be taking part in this year’s Valentine’s event in Puzzles & Spells?


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Grace Hurley

I'm an animal-loving Ravenclaw with a Masters Degree in Writing and a passion for the Harry Potter universe since the age of five.