Here's Your First Look At The World's Biggest Primark In Birmingham
Pictures of the world's biggest Primark, which is set to feature a beauty studio and "amazing" dining experiences, have been revealed on social media - and it looks absolutely incredible.
The huge store will open its doors later this month in Birmingham, overtaking Manchester as the biggest Primark around.
Facebook page Birmingham Updates has now shared a series of sneak peeks at the Primark - one of which shows a Disney café, complete with a Mickey and Minnie Mouse-themed interior.
There's also a Harry Potter area where budding witches and wizards can pick up the latest Primark collections, including satchels and Hogwarts house-themed t-shirts.
The store itself is full of the usual goodies with bargain prices too, all set over five floors.
And there's not long to wait to see what else it has in-store either as the world's biggest Primark will open this Thursday (11th April) at 10am.
Alongside the snaps, Birmingham Updates wrote: "Here's a sneak peek of Birmingham's new Primark store, which opens its doors to the public on April 11th at 10am.
"The store has five floors of fashion, homeware and beauty including a dedicated Harry Potter section and Disney themed cafe."
The superstore will also provide a personalisation service, free WiFi and seating areas where people can change their phones.
The huge Primark will be the budget chain's 187th store, and will employ 1,000 people.
Shortly after plans for the huge Primark were unveiled, a spokesperson told Birmingham Live: "The store will have the latest trends in womenswear, menswear and kidswearincluding footwear and accessories, as well as lingerie, beauty and homeware.
"In addition to amazing fashion at amazing prices, this store will have many new features.
"They will include Primark's largest ever beauty studio for nails, make-up, hair, eyebrows and lashes, a barbers and three unique and amazing dining experiences."
Needless to say, we will be catching the train to Birmingham ASAP.
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