Primark makes change to all UK stores for parents and says 'we know'

Primark is making a big change to the price of hundreds of items at all stores and parents will be delighted. The fashion giant, which is known for being a bargain retailer which has its world's biggest store right here in Birmingham, has slashed costs for spring and summer.

Primark has cut prices on its kids essentials and said it aims to help families "make their money go further" as they start planning their summer wardrobes. Gavin Daniels, director of kidswear at Primark, said: "We know that summer can be an expensive time for families and as the holidays get closer, parents want to make their money go further with low prices that don’t compromise on great quality.

"As shoppers start to prepare for summer, we want to play our part by offering new lower prices across many products in our kids range to support families." The range includes kids swim shorts from £2.50 - costing £3 in Spring/Summer 2023 initially.

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Other products available at the retailer include kids swimsuits from £2.50 - which cocst £3 in Spring/Summer 2023 as well as kids-licensed t-shirts and shorts from £3.50 - £4 in Spring/Summer 2023 and also kids sliders from £3.30 - which cost £4.00 in Spring/Summer 2023.

Other items are kids baseball caps from £1.20 - £1.50 in Spring/Summer 2023, baby sweatshirts and joggers from £2.30 - £3 in Spring/Summer 2023 and also baby licensed t-shirts and shorts from £2.30 - £4 in Spring/Summer 2023, Primark has said.

The new prices are available on selected kids' clothing and have started landing in all 191 Primark stores in the UK, the bargain company and fashion giant has also said. This also includes orders made through its Click and Collect service, with the scheme being trialled at a number of branches across the country.