It’s good news for Primark fans (Image: Bloomberg via Getty Images)
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As the second national lockdown continues, all non-essential shops will remain closed until December.
This includes high street favourite Primark, which is popular for its affordable prices on fashion, homeware and more.
The much-loved retailer's 153 stores across the UK won't be open until at least December 2nd.
And while it doesn't sell any of products on its website, shoppers can still get their Primark fix online if they know where to look.
Simply head over to the Amazon website and type in 'Primark' to browse heaps of the budget store's items.
Primark stores across the UK will be allowed to open from December 2nd
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Primark wants to open 24 hours a day after lockdown – and fans can't wait
There's pretty much everything you could want, from women's accessories to Harry Potter and Disney products, but prices may be different to those in-store. This is because Amazon doesn't have an official partnership with the high street store and doesn't support it.
Any Primark products on the website are sold through third-party sellers who are free to set their own prices.
Shoppers can also find items from the budget store on eBay, where they are sold by other users.
While there won't be any new items available just yet, there are still plenty of must-haves to be had – including wardrobe basics and Christmas decorations.
If you can't wait until lockdown ends, then head over to Amazon or eBay to shop popular Primark products now.
The chain recently said it could extend opening times to 24 hours a day after lockdown – and fans can't wait.
The move would be designed to make up for lost time while stores have been forced to close in the run up to Christmas.
Chief executive George Weston said: "If we are able to trade in some stores up to 24 hours a day, then we can keep people more separate from each other more easily.
"We can keep the stores safer if everyone knows there are plenty trading hours and they do not have to rush on a Sunday into a six-hour period."