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Primark bows to huge demand as retailer announces massive change affecting stores across the country

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A Primark store is seen on Oxford Street in London, Britain, on January 16, 2023.

Primark will extend its Click + Collect service to all stores in Great Britain by the end of 2025, following a successful 18-month trial.

The retailer will begin rolling out Click + Collect across its 184 stores in England, Scotland and Wales later this year.

As well as the nationwide expansion, Primark will also add new categories and products available to purchase via Click + Collect, with men’s products and select home and lifestyle products joining the newly expanded service.

The changes will be made in stages, with new products including home and lifestyle launching now, followed by men’s.

Read on to see the full list of Primark stores across the UK with Click + Collect services.

A Primark store is seen on Oxford Street in London, Britain, on January 16, 2023.

In line with the trial, the product offering will be curated to showcase the best of Primark, with over 3,000 options available to purchase via Click + Collect.

The first new stores to offer Click + Collect will launch later in the year, with more details on locations to be announced closer to that time.

After launching in November 2022 in 25 stores in the North West of England, North Wales and Yorkshire, the service will expand to more stores in and around London in autumn 2023.

Click + Collect is currently offered in 57 Primark stores in Great Britain and primarily offers a selection of women’s and children’s clothing and accessories.

Paul Marchant, chief executive of Primark, said: “Primark will always be committed to delivering the best value and this is made possible by our simple and profitable business model focused on our stores.

57 Primark stores currently offering click and collect

  1. Bexleyheath, Broadway, DA6 7HF
  2. Bluewater, Upper Thames Walk, DA9 9SQ
  3. Bromley, 162 High Street, BR1 1HE
  4. Charlton, Brocklebank Business Park, SE7 7SX
  5. Croydon, 5 – 9 North End, High Street, CR9 1SX
  6. Dartford, 58-60 High Street, DA1 1DE
  7. Ealing, Ealing Broadway Centre, W5 5JY
  8. East Ham, 51 High Street North, E6 1HZ
  9. Rental machine, 365 – 371 Mare Street, E8 1HY
  10. Hammersmith, Kings Mall, W6 0PZ
  11. Harrow, St Ann’s Shopping Centre, HA1 1AT
  12. Hounslow, 165-169 High Street, TW3 1QL
  13. Ilford, 129-133 High Rd, IG1 1DE
  14. Kilburn, 54-56 High Street, NW6 4HJ
  15. Kingston, 76 Eden Street, KT1 1DJ
  16. Lakeside Shopping Centre, RM20 2ZP
  17. London Oxford Street East, 14-28 Oxford Street, W1D 1AU
  18. London Oxford Street West, 499 – 517 Oxford Street, W1K 7DA
  19. Lewisham, Lewisham High Street, SE13 6JL
  20. Peckham, 51-57 Rye Lane, SE15 5EY
  21. Romford, 33 – 35 South Street, RM1 1NJ
  22. Staines, Elmsleigh Shopping Centre, TW18 4QB
  23. Stratford, Westfield Stratford City, E20 1EL
  24. Sutton, St. Nicholas Shopping Centre, SM1 1AX
  25. Tooting, 31 – 39 Mitcham Road, SW17 9PA
  26. Uxbridge, 1 Checkers Shopping Centre, UB8 1LN
  27. Wandsworth, 32-34 South Side, SW18 4TF
  28. Watford, 109-111 Main Street, WD17 2TA
  29. Wembley, 508 High Road, HA9 7BS
  30. White City, Westfield London Shopping Centre, W12 7GF
  31. Madera Verde, The Mall, High Road, N22 6YQ
  32. Woolwich, 18-28 Hare Street, SE18 6LZ
  33. Birkenhead, Grange Road, CH41 6EA
  34. Blackburn, Blackburn Shopping Centre, BB1 7JG
  35. Blackpool, Hey Street Bank, FY1 4RY
  36. Bolton, Crompton Place Shopping Centre, BL1 1EA
  37. Broughton, Broughton Shopping Park, CH4 0DE
  38. Burnley, Charter Walk Shopping Centre, BB11 1BB
  39. Bury, The Rock Shopping Centre, BL9 0ND
  40. Carlisle, English Street, CA3 8NX
  41. Chester, Foregate Street, CH1 1HA
  42. Huddersfield, New Street, HD1 2TR
  43. Lancaster, Marketgate Shopping Centre, LA1 1JF
  44. Liverpool, Church Street, L1 3AY
  45. Llandudno, Llandudno Business Park, LL30 1PX
  46. Manchester, Market Street, M1 1WA
  47. Manchester, Trafford Centre, M17 8AS
  48. Oldham, Market, OL1 3AB
  49. Preston, Fishergate Shopping Centre, PR1 8HJ
  50. Sheffield, Meadowhall, S9 1ER
  51. Sheffield, the moor, T1 4PA
  52. Southport, Chapel Street, PR8 1AE
  53. Stockport, Chestergate, SK1 1NT
  54. Wallasey, Cherry Tree Shopping Centre, CH44 5TL
  55. Warrington, Golden Square, WA1 1QB
  56. Wigan, Standishgate, WN1 1UP
  57. Wrexham, Regent Street, LL11 1RY

‘Our trial of Click + Collect over the last 18 months has been about understanding how we can offer our customers greater convenience in shopping with us wherever they are, but in a way that complements our business and our stores.

‘We are now confident that we have found a model that can do both and support us with our plans to grow the business.

‘Feedback from our customers has been positive as they really value the convenience our service offers and we are also seeing it reaching new customers.

“I’m excited to see this expand and give more people more reasons to choose Primark and discover the great value and ranges we have in store.”

While customers wait for upcoming stores to be revealed, all customers can browse the full range of Primark products on the Primark website and use the stock checker to see if the style and size is available before heading into store .

This comes after Primark increased its workers’ pay by 9.1 per cent, as the budget fashion giant becomes the latest High Street chain to reward staff with more cash in a bid to retain people.

From April 1, the company will increase the average pay of all retail staff to £12 per hour in England, Scotland and Wales, up from £11 the previous year.

London workers will see their wages rise from £11.51 to £12.56. This means that hourly wages have increased more than 20 percent on average over the past two years.

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