There’s literally nothing worse than traipsing around after your partner whilst they wander the almost infinite sections of the local Primark, but that never-ending nightmare might be about to change forever.
The affordable retailer has reportedly announced that they’re launching their very own ‘Click-And-Collect’ service, meaning you’ll be able to do all your essential shopping directly from the comfort of your own settee – and people are going mad for it on Twitter.
The service is said to be “on the horizon”, as reported by Davy, meaning you’ll no longer need to endlessly trawl through different racks to find that perfect-sized pair of high-waisted jeans.
primark doing a click & collect service? yes pleaseeee
— rebecca🎄 (@isthatrebecca_) April 23, 2019
Although the stores won’t be offering a home delivery system just yet, you’ll be able to skip the queues and reserve products online, before heading down to your local store to pick them up.
The company’s chief executive Paul Marchant told a group of analysts earlier this month that they would be looking into launching the service.
Don’t get excited too soon though – as an analyst informed The Financial Times it could be up to a year before this service launches, and with only limited availability in select locations.
Primark trialling an online shop is probably the best news ive heard all year
— corrie (@corrielironix) April 23, 2019
Primark’s first step into e-commerce looks set to be a giant one, and we can’t wait for it.