£8.00. Primark has released a £2 Christmas range - and Disney fans are obsessed (Image: Facebook/Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK). We shared how Primark is selling a Mickey and Minnie-Mouse themed duvet set for just £14 and Disney fans are snapping it up. The new theme is Lilo and Stitch themed and includes a range of products with the adorable little blue face of Stitch plastered over them. The high street fashion chain has unveiled its range of Christmas decorations. Frozen spinning cup £3.40, Frozen backpack £10, Frozen booties £7, Frozen coat £16, Frozen jumper £10, Frozen hat £4, Frozen frill sleeve tshirt £6, Frozen wellington boots £10. Supporters have their say after West Country side bring in experienced centre-back. It features a mix of Mickey Mouse-shaped baubles in festive red, black, and silver shades. The theme for the collection is Minnie and Mickey, and prices start at just £2. From bedding to magic lamp-shaped teapots, there is something for every kind of Aladdin fan. Toute une collection pour le Roi Lion chez Primark. SHOPPERS have been raving about Primark’s new pet range which includes Disney-themed beds, bowls and costumes. Disney fans can also dress their precious pooches or felines up in cute character outfits from £10. Sort by. Check out all the latest Primark pieces and read up on this year’s hottest fashion trends! When you’re heading out and about to play in the autumn leaves or winter snow, keep the little’uns wrapped up in our snowman hoodies or fur trimmed coat. 2020 Bustle Digital Group. Of course, Mickey Mouse features heavily across the range, and you even purchase wrapping paper and cards featuring the classic cartoon character. Keen-eyed shoppers have also seen £4 chew toys in the shape of the aliens from Toy Story and Minnie and Mickey Mouse. 4. Disney Produkte in Primark-Filialen nur zum Verkauf auf Disneyshopcollection Primark has released a £2 Christmas range - and Disney fans are obsessed (Image: Facebook/Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK). Reeses Chocolate Bar Hamper. Whether you're ready for festivities or not, the high-street has begun to remind us that Christmas is coming and fast. Primark have launched a new Disney collection, When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. This service is provided on News Group Newspapers' Limited's Standard Terms and Conditions in accordance with our Privacy & Cookie Policy. Our brushed sequin Olaf top and twinkly navy tutu is perfect for your mini Olaf’s and Anna’s. pink and grey Disney cushions and throws and they only cost £7. This is one of the pricier items in the Disney range but the £10 Mickey Mouse Bauble Wreath is worth a bit of extra cash. New arrival. To inquire about a licence to reproduce material, visit our Syndication site. Have you seen the new collection yet? NEUF - Hand Mirror The wicked Queen DISNEY PRIMARK Snow White and the 7 dwarfs More. Juillet 2019. Wreaths, stockings, sparkly baubles, blankets and more have been given the Disney treatment. Primark has launched a new Disney collection and thousands of shoppers are obsessing over it. Available in sizes small, medium and large, there are also Snow White, Dumbo and Simba costumes in stores. THRIFY shoppers are raving about Primark's Christmas Disney range after one person spotted the massive collection in store. Primark has launched a new Disney collection and thousands of shoppers are obsessing over it. When Disney goes disco. View our online Press Pack. A photo of a selection of products was shared on the Facebook group 'Money Saver Online' and has attracted more than 20,000 interactions with people declaring their obsession with the new collection. £7.00. It features Mickey Mouse wreaths, baubles, and even a tree-topper. Grey Check Belted Trousers. Bargain hunters are no strangers to Primark which sells everything from beauty products to clothes and accessories and its popularity was only made even more clear when queues of people waited outside the stores when they reopened after lockdown. At just £5.50, this decoration adds a sweet and subtle dash of Disney magic to your festive decorations. Brace your shopping baskets, as everyone's low-budget fashion chain Primark has released a Disney Christmas Collection and you'll want all of it. Seeing all the cute Disney stuff and Christmas bits, I think it’s time to return," said another fan. But their most recent collection which was launched earlier this month has caused a storm on social media reports WalesOnline. Previous themes have included Lion King, Alice in Wonderland and classic Mickey and Minnie Mouse products. For other inquiries, Contact Us. What’s Disney's Frozen without a little bit of sparkle? 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