Primark fans have been taken aback after the retailer revealed that it was supplying new pet products along with the Harry Potter brand. The bargain retailer is well-known for supplying fans with unique and cheap goods and previewing them on its Instagram page.
And its newest Instagram post has pet owners in a frenzy. Primark, which has the biggest store in Birmingham, showed off its new Harry Potter pet accessories including a dog bed, toy, collar and food bowls. According to Primark, the goods start at £5 and is perfect for dog and cat lovers who are also Primark fans.
The post said: “A world of magic is arriving with the launch of our new Harry Potter Pet Accessories. @primark.home prices from £5.” The Instagram post went down a storm with fans who went to tag friends and family. It gathered thousands of likes and comments from people wanting the items.
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fromwifetolife said: “Erm @primark @primark.home I NEED THIS WHOLE COLLECTION!!!!!!!” while goldendebbieg added: “Omg i need this for my dog right now”. sarahlouise7x said: “Take my money!” and elkeschlieper chimed in with “Omg this is awesome”.
The Primark Harry Potter pet collection is available in UK and EU stores which you can find right here. But you might want to be quick as it won’t be long until they disappear.
It comes as Primark has said it hopes to launch a new website in the coming month which is drastically change how shoppers can interact with their favourite clothing store. The bargain retailer has been a firm favourite for many UK fashion lovers for years.
But Primark has been very adverse to online shopping for years. However, that could be taking a step closer in the next few weeks as the retailer is planning to launch a new website with click-and-collect being brought in.
Reports suggest that the new Primark website could bring in real-time stock updates meaning that people will be able to find an item they want and go buy it. John Bason, finance director of Primark’s owner, Associated British Foods, told Reuters that click-and-collect would definitely be a feature they would look at moving forward.
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