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Girls Tracksuits Reduced instore @ Primark £1.00

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Was in my local Primark today (Sunderland) and they had these tracksuits reduced. The Tops are £2 from £3.50 and the Bottoms are £1 from £2.00. Available in Pink and Yellow. So I got 2 tracksuits f… Read More
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7y, 3m agoFound 7 years, 3 months ago
Was in my local Primark today (Sunderland) and they had these tracksuits reduced. The Tops are £2 from £3.50 and the Bottoms are £1 from £2.00. Available in Pink and Yellow.

So I got 2 tracksuits for my little one for £6 ideal for playing about.
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#2
awww there really cute :)
banned#3
not bad at all
#4
It's crap , has no padded cups , how can it be fashionable !
#5
will look in my local primark tomorrow these are perfect for my little girl at nursery
#6
Hi


I have had one of these in the past they wash really well - which is always a good thing for lil ones:)


steph
#7
Slave-labour-tastic!

At this price, I can use them once, throw them away, and laugh at how poor some people are.

Hot!
#8
Should we be buying clothes for our children from a store that was uncovered by the BBC in 2008 as selling garments produced using child labour? Clothes for children made by children!!

In 2007/8 Primark made a profit of £233,000,000. The BBC found children being paid 60p a day for making the clothes they sell. It is not just children either, what about adults making clothes being paid so little for their 60 hour weeks that they cannot afford to feed their children properly?
#9
oh, sorry, didn't realise this was ethicalhotukdeals.
#10
markbargain
Should we be buying clothes for our children from a store that was uncovered by the BBC in 2008 as selling garments produced using child labour? Clothes for children made by children!!

In 2007/8 Primark made a profit of £233,000,000. The BBC found children being paid 60p a day for making the clothes they sell. It is not just children either, what about adults making clothes being paid so little for their 60 hour weeks that they cannot afford to feed their children properly?


Let people decide from themselves how they spend their money .

If you feel so strongly , donate money to charity , and do some volunterr work , just dont come on here and try to foister your views on everyone
#11
Canny believe you went out of your way to take a pic!! The clothes are cheap, even if they're not on sale and everyone knows why. Because they are crap and fall apart after one wash!!
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zackkilmer;8392436
If you feel so strongly , donate money to charity , and do some volunterr work , just dont come on here and try to foister your views on everyone

Quite right Zack! Who does markbargain think he is? I fully expect that you would be entirely delighted with your kids being sold into slavery. Keep up the good work defending people's rights to exploit the less fortunate and congratulations on the stunningly good level of English in your post.
#13
markbargain
Should we be buying clothes for our children from a store that was uncovered by the BBC in 2008 as selling garments produced using child labour? Clothes for children made by children!!

In 2007/8 Primark made a profit of £233,000,000. The BBC found children being paid 60p a day for making the clothes they sell. It is not just children either, what about adults making clothes being paid so little for their 60 hour weeks that they cannot afford to feed their children properly?


This highlights the problems with the industry, not Primark. Many items are made in the same factories as CK and Marks and Spencer.
Primark have got a program improving the working conditions for its workers and it doesn't knowingly employ any child labour.

They did end up not working with the factories in the documentary because it was so severe, but with others they are trying to work with the factories so they don't have to employ child labour.

Primark's an easy target because you expect child labour for the prices they charge, but it is for this reason that they have to make an effort.
#14
markbargain
Should we be buying clothes for our children from a store that was uncovered by the BBC in 2008 as selling garments produced using child labour? Clothes for children made by children!!

In 2007/8 Primark made a profit of £233,000,000. The BBC found children being paid 60p a day for making the clothes they sell. It is not just children either, what about adults making clothes being paid so little for their 60 hour weeks that they cannot afford to feed their children properly?



Totally agree. Sadly people feel comfortable turning a blind eye because they can't see the misery they are contributing towards.
#15
PJR
It's crap , has no padded cups , how can it be fashionable !


:giggle:
#16
markbargain
Should we be buying clothes for our children from a store that was uncovered by the BBC in 2008 as selling garments produced using child labour? Clothes for children made by children!!

In 2007/8 Primark made a profit of £233,000,000. The BBC found children being paid 60p a day for making the clothes they sell. It is not just children either, what about adults making clothes being paid so little for their 60 hour weeks that they cannot afford to feed their children properly?


I agree.
I don't watch much tv so didn't see the program but hopefully the BBC highlighting this problem will help those suffering in some way.
And as for those who are happy to look the other way & have a go at you for mentioning this, all I can say markbargain is at least you know you are a kinder person than they are & you are thought better of.
The problem with a lot of people (not all) these days is that as long as they are ok then sod everyone else. It's a shame but at least we are not all like that.

Good find by OP but I'd be happy to pay more if it meant the underpaid would be better off.
#17
Boris the Bold
Quite right Zack! Who does markbargain think he is? I fully expect that you would be entirely delighted with your kids being sold into slavery. Keep up the good work defending people's rights to exploit the less fortunate and congratulations on the stunningly good level of English in your post.


I forgot this was a political forum , sorry . Here's me thinking it was a hot deals website for bargains . Im tired of people like you defending people like him . ITS ABOUT FREEDOM OF CHOICE AND SAVING MONEY . btw I contribute to charities , support human rights too . Half the stuff you are wearing is probably from so called child labour so dont come the moral high ground .
#18
great price for nursery
#19
i love going to primark and buying the cheap clothes, but i have to admit that their quality is not the best and i had absolutley no idea that they do child labour!!!! i do think this is wrong but i still love going to primark!!!!! :)

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