IT'S almost three months since non-essential shops closed again in the UK – and we don't know about you but we're seriously craving a Primark fix right about now. Well just when we were considering queuing up overnight on the 14 April to have first dibs on the new stock, we discovered there's a little-known way you can shop some of Primark's ranges online.
The five must-have Primark items you can buy ONLINE before shops open on April 12
If you type “Primark” into the search bar of Amazon.co.uk, you'll find a range of the brand's products available from third-party sellers. However, the prices are slightly higher than what you'd find in store and start at £17 for a Toy Story blanket.
Ahead of the store's reopening next month, there is currently a huge selection of Primark's Disney bedding, slippers, and cushions. Along with an adorable baby Yoda cushion, we've got our eye on these sweet polka dot Aristocat slippers.
Answering all our Disney dreams, Primark has brought out a Jungle Book duvet cover complete with a cute Mowgli and Baloo illustration. And if that wasn't enough, you can also cozy up in a fluffy Lilo & Stitch throw which is perfect for movie marathons – and the best part is, it's available in three prints from £24.99.
For more bargain fashion buys, these are the top eight M&S buys to nab NOW from pretty summer dresses to the perfect pair of sandals And ASOS has slashed 30% off Topshop and it’s perfect for post-lockdown looks. Plus a woman bought FOUR pairs of boots from Dorothy Perkins for just £20 in a huge sale.
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