They may have to make a hefty withdrawal from Gringotts, but for Harry Potter fans, it'll be worth it.
This summer wannabe witches and wizards will be able to have breakfast in the Hogwarts Great Hall, courtesy of Warner Bros Studio Tour London.
The studio is hosting two Breakfast At Hogwarts events in August and says that diners will watch dawn break over the Hogwarts castle model - which took 40 people seven months to build - while enjoying an exclusive breakfast reception. It doesn't come cheap, though, with tickets costing £75 ($136).
However, Warner Bros is rustling up a good boozy spread - including bucks fizz, bacon brioches, mini croissants and fresh fruit kebabs. And guests will be given early access to the Studio Tour where the Great Hall will be specially dressed for breakfast as it was in the film series right down to the boxes of Pixie Puffs and Cheeri Owls on the trestle tables.
Staff members dressed in full Hogwarts' uniforms will join them in the Great Hall for a complimentary souvenir photograph at the breakfast table.
After this, Potter enthusiasts will be able to explore authentic sets and discover the behind-the-scenes secrets at the studios where filming took place.
Highlights of the tour include seeing inside the cosy Gryffindor common room, Dumbledore's office, the Weasley kitchen at The Burrow and Platform 9 ¾, which houses the original Hogwarts Express. And of course, a tankard of butterbeer is complimentary.
One of the studio tour's most recent additions is the chance for guests to step inside Harry Potter's childhood home, number four Privet Drive, which will be available during the breakfast experience.
Tickets will be on sale from July 6 at 10am BST on the website, costing £95pp ($172) for adults and £75pp for children.
Only 300 are available and the Sunday events will kick start at 8.30am on August 21 and 28.
Included in the ticket price is a free souvenir guidebook and a return shuttle bus to Watford Junction.
Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter opened its doors on March 31, 2012.