Primark are selling inflatable flamingoes and doughnuts for under £10 and people are losing their minds

Primark are selling inflatables are people are losing their minds over this hot pink flamingo [Primark]

The budget high street store announced the news to their 4.4 million followers on Instagram, and people are literally losing their minds over it.

Not only that but the inflatables – which are popular swimming pool accessories – are all less than £10, yes, you read that right.

An inflatable flamingo, unicorn or swan will cost you just £10, while a pink doughnut covered in cute sprinkles will cost you just £4.

It’s never been easier to scroll through bikinis and swimsuits – which won’t break the bank by the way – and pop an inflatable in your basket just like that.

This pink doughnut inflatable costs just £40 from Primark [Primark]

Commenting on the new swimming accessory, one fan wrote: “Oh my god! I want it.”

Another added: “These look ace.”

While one simply pointed out: “I know they will sell out.”

Primark recently revealed their new must-have festival collection started at £5, and as expected, shoppers went crazy for it.

Primark swan inflatable for £10 [Primark]

Whether you’re heading to Glastonbury or just want to dress like you’re off to a festival all summer, Primark is where you need to be shopping.

From cute embroidered co-ords to mermaid inspired crop tops, look no further for you ultimate summer looks.

Or if the designer look is more your thing, why not try the £470 Prada lookalike shoes for just £8.

Not only that but the retailer has caused mayhem lately by releasing a new pre-wedding bridal range, extending it’s Disney merchandise as well as dropping some amazing unicorn make up brushes.

You’ll have so much fun with this pink flamingo from Primark [Primark]

It’s also launched a mini me collection so mums and daughters can dress the same.

As well as sending shoppers into a frenzy with their Disney slippers, Beauty & the Beast coin purse and mug, which Primark had an hilarious response to when they all sold out and customers were left upset.


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