Pre-ordering Harry Potter and the Cursed Child was probably the best thing my fiancé has ever done for me. No waiting in line at the store, no buying an expensive copy, and no trying to remember my PayPal password to have the script download directly to my Kindle. But some Potterheads, might be looking for an easier way to find out what happens with Harry and the gang. So can you download Harry Potter and the Cursed Child for free or do you have to head to Gringott's?
Turns out you might not have to pull out your bag of galleons just yet. A website named ikindlebooks.com has a free PDF download of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Of course, this means it's not an official eBook version, but there are plenty of tutorials out there to transfer PDFs to different brands of tablets and eReaders. There are also other websites out there that boast free PDF downloads of the eighth Harry Potter story like WattPad and aazea.com, but remember that the internet isn't always safe — download at your own risk.
If you prefer to get your download of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child from one of the major platforms like iTunes, Amazon, or Barnes & Noble, you won't be able to enjoy a free download. In all three platforms, the eBook version retails for $14.99. Honestly, this seems like the safest and most legitimate way to fulfill your Potter needs, even if it does cost a little bit of money.
Trust me, it's worth it. J.K. Rowling has officially put the Harry Potter saga to an end, with no more stories planned about the Chosen One. So whether you take a chance with a free download, enjoy an official copy on your Kindle, or have a hardcover copy on your shelf, it's time to join the rest of the world and find out how your favorite boy wizard is doing 19 years after you last left him.