Primark has jumped on the 2018 Fortnite bandwagon and are now selling a range of very reasonably-priced t-shirts.
The ‘Primark X Fortnite’ collection has sent fans into a frenzy, with gamers excited to pick up t-shirts, starting at just £6.
The high street store revealed the collection on their official Instagram account, much to the delight of Fortnite fanatics.
Our loot of official Fortnite merch has landed exclusively at Primark. Make your way up the ranks and achieve that coveted victory royale in one of these must-have tees.
The ‘Primark X Fortnite’ collection includes t-shirts for both adults and children, with some of the designs featuring the game’s trademark dance moves.
The post has been liked more than 45,000 times at the time of writing, which shows just how high the demand is going to be.
One person commented to say they’re putting them on their Christmas list, with others saying they were ‘on their way’ to the store.
Primark are well-ahead when it comes to preparing for Christmas – they’re set to launch a Disney advent calendar.
Instead of chocolate behind each door, they’ve gone with something less tasty but something which should last a whole lot longer – Disney baubles!
For every day leading up to Christmas from December 1, you can open up an advent calendar door and add your Disney-themed decoration to your tree.
The new calendar was shared on Instagram by disneyfind, who said:
Disney Christmas bauble advent calendar COMING SOON to @primark priced at £15 – I actually squealed when I opened this!
The calendar costs £15, meaning it’s just 60p per bauble. Which is an absolute bargain, I’m sure you’ll agree.
Selfridges are also getting into the festive spirit early on, having made headlines recently as they became the first department store to put up their Christmas decorations.
In a press statement, Selfridges Christmas and home buyer, Eleanor Gregory, said:
We have so many customers visiting from all over the world, eager to snap up festive decorations and souvenirs on their London summer holidays which they can’t buy at home.
This year it will expand to Christmas gifts for pets, the option to create a personalised family Christmas jumper and more than 50 types of tinsel ranging in price from £3 to £15 for the ‘ultimate tinsel garland.’
The store expects to hit peak stock by the end of September, with customers being able to pick from a range of nearly 4,000 Christmas-themed items.
The cheapest item you can buy is a souvenir pencil for £1.95, one of the more costly items is a selection of ornate neon signs selling for around £8,500 – which is probably slightly over-budget, but why not?
I know we’re only at the end of summer, but Christmas is pretty good, isn’t it?
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