What We Are Buying Today: Madinah-based online store Fantasy

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Updated 25 January 2020

What We Are Buying Today: Madinah-based online store Fantasy

  • Fantasy’s prices are affordable, with fast delivery times, making it an absolute joy to deal with when you’re searching for the perfect present

My birthday fell this month and I was lucky enough to receive two adorable gift boxes — based on the beloved sitcom “Friends” and the blockbuster film franchise “Harry Potter” — from the Madinah-based online store Fantasy from a close friend.
Fantasy offers fun, quirky, pop-culture-inspired items in a box, including key chains, enamel pins, and funky pop figurines. You can customize each box with your own choice of items too, if you wish, rather than following the templates advertised by the store.
My “Harry Potter” box is decorated with a cute illustration of the young wizard, and once I’d removed the lid, I discovered various items that have shaped my childhood — a beautiful detailed map of the entire magical world, a Deathly Hallows necklace, a packet with more than 20 colorful stickers, a Snitch necklace with a built-in ticking clock, an enamel pin and a replica of Harry’s wand.
Not that it’s a competition, but the “Friends” box was filled with just as many goodies — more stickers with memorable quotes from the show, enamel pins and a fantastic T-shirt with an illustration of the six main characters from the show.
Fantasy’s prices are affordable, with fast delivery times, making it an absolute joy to deal with when you’re searching for the perfect present.


Saudi crown prince meets German former foreign minister

Updated 26 February 2020

Saudi crown prince meets German former foreign minister

RIYADH: Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman met Sigmar Gabriel, Germany’s former foreign minister, in Riyadh on Tuesday. The two men discussed a number of matters of common interest.

Also present at the meeting were Minister of Foreign Affairs Prince Faisal bin Farhan, Minister of Commerce and Investment Dr. Majid Al-Qasabi, and Jorg Ranau, the German ambassador to the Kingdom.