Check out this massive London Primark on Oxford Street. This popular budget clothing chain has established itself as the destination store for keeping up with the latest looks without breaking the bank.
Stores offer a diverse range of products, stocking everything from baby and kids, to womens, mens, home ware, accessories, beauty products and confectionery.
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Venue Details & Map
Primark Oxford Street
499-517 Oxford StreetW1K 7DA
- +44 (0)20 7495 0420
- Public transport:
- Marble Arch, Underground
Don't ever come here during regular hours.
DO YOU HEAR ME? I don't think you did - let me repeat that.
Don't ever come here during regular hours. And by that I mean like 11 - 6.
Save yourself some pain and frustration. It is PACKED in here. Lines to get in, lines for the changing room, lines to pay. Oh my goodness. It's just ridiculous. Yes, everything is cheap as hell by London standards -...more
After being unwell for most of our trip in London, I was really looking forward to getting out and doing some shopping. First stop, Primark!
My older sister had recommended this store - she said it was like Kmart, but bigger and better. And she was right. For all you New Zealanders out there, it's like Kmart and Farmers on steroids!!!
Primark is seriously awesome. It sells clothing,...more
£1 for a puffball bunny tail... £4 silver leggings... That garish top you can pretend you're an amazon with... the cheap shirt you cover with fake blood when you're playing zombie...
...Primark - the land of cheap fashion and accessories and place of desire for last minute costume ideas....
If you need some staples like cheap pants, tights and costume / fancy dress items then you've found...more
whenever I go to London, I cannot miss this place!
I normally take the chance to renew my closet... Some might say there's too much confusion and the clothes are not so high quality, but I think no other big branch can beat Primark pricewise and stylewise.
I have been to many Primark stores around Europe and I think the ones in Oxford Street are the best: you can find almost the entire...more
I get the appeal of it. I do. It's two floors of cheap stuff and a LOT of it. Totally get it. I just wish there was a bit more space and organisation to it.
To start off, there are two entrances. One seems to be right into the office wear, which is of course always busy, and it's also right near the tills so you get a constant slew of people clutching bags and hurrying out of it.