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Jeans at Primark £3.91

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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
Mens basic dark wash jeans £3.91
Mens basic v neck t shirts £1.96
Mens 6pk of plain black socks £1.96
Womens skinny jeans £7.83

This is my first post so apologies in advance if ive not done it correcly.
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#1
or go directly to the sweatshop and pay them £3 for an hours work and they'll knock you 5 pairs up

LOL.

This isnt a DIG at you kdodsworth :-), just at Primark's recent Publicity
#2
Let's hope they weren't made in the UK sweat shop that's been all over the news!!!
#3
Fair enough lol everyone is entitled to their opinion :)
#4
I vouch for the womens skinny jeans, i bought 2 black and 1 blue pair and had lots of compliments, no one could believe they were from Primark
#5
Primark "aka" Pri-marni ;-)
#6
Python5
or go directly to the sweatshop and pay them £3 for an hours work and they'll knock you 5 pairs up

LOL.

This isnt a DIG at you kdodsworth :-), just at Primark's recent Publicity


I was aout to say the same thing, it's shocking they way people are treated in that trade, i refuse to shop there
#7
Or Primarkio
2 Likes #8
It's a hot deals forum not a moral high-horse forum.
#9
I thought it was a good post. I need new socks and Primark have always been good for clothes to decorate in. With the economy in melt down, I think it's sensible to post deals like this.

I don't agree with the sweat shops BUT GAP, NEXT and GEORGE all use them and yet people are quick to defend the latter stores over Primark. :?

I think it's hot. Thanks for posting.
1 Like #10
About 75% of what appear as deals on HUKD probably originate in some sweatshop or other in the world. Should we vote them cold for this?
#11
guitargaz
It's a hot deals forum not a moral high-horse forum.


Predikuesi
About 75% of what appear as deals on HUKD probably originate in some sweatshop or other in the world. Should we vote them cold for this?


Agree with both of you. Rep. :thumbsup:
#12
I was waiting for this to go cold due to the issue on the news last night.
#13
I like the £10 or so jeans, though to be honest, never tried the cheaper ones! I do find that £30 jeans from burtons/topman etc wash and wear better than the primark ones, but at this price you can afford to buy hundreds. And there socks are excellent!
As for the sweatshop stuff, they can do this anywhere you never know what your buying so it doesn't put me off shopping at Primark, they're cheap! =]
#14
Thanks, r they on sale or is the price like that normal for primark? there were some really nice mens jeans (with belt) for around £10. dont'cha just love throw-away fashion.
#15
Python5
or go directly to the sweatshop and pay them £3 for an hours work and they'll knock you 5 pairs up

LOL.

This isnt a DIG at you kdodsworth :-), just at Primark's recent Publicity


Almost all successful retailers exploit people in one way or another. My mother used to work for a knitwear manafucturer who had terrible working conditions & pay, and they produced products for monsoon, adams, primark & next to name but a few.

Primark rely on small markups but big volume. If anyone feels like boycotting Primark, you might as well boycott all the high street shops too.

voted hot!
#16
They were'nt in the sale section so im presuming these are the normal prices with the vat adjustment already applied.
#17
This isn't a deal, its their normal price. When they reduce them to a pound, thats a deal!
#18
Its the normal price with vat adjustment already applied.
suspended#19
yes maybe made in sweatshops but if there weren't any sweatshops there won't be much other work in the poor country which would put a lot more people on the streets more crime etc. they still make a desent living for there family to eat and most of them are very happy to work and life there. If we close all the sweatshops let see what happens next. UK gets even more expensive than it already is more people go bankrupt more companies go under more people out of work house prices crash even quicker etc etc yes in our eyesthey seem poor in there eyes they are more often than not very happy with having work and food on the table.
#20
wish my town had a primark,kids clothes are dirt cheap
#21
I wouldn't be seen dead in Primark, it's full of tramps and scrubbers!
#22
my girlfriend used to work for a company that supplied Marks & Spencers with clothes. She was getting paid £6 an hour. 3 years ago, they shut the factory and moved production to Turkey, where the workers get £1 an hour.

This may sound racist, but if imigrants to this country are happy to work in sweatshops making cheap clothes, then im happy to wear them. If sweatshops didnt exist, there would be no Primark, Mattalan or any other cheap clothes shops.
#23
millermick
I wouldn't be seen dead in Primark, it's full of tramps and scrubbers!




Thats a pretty heavy remark to make.

I get some clothes from there for me, my girlfriend & my daughter. I earn a decent wage, own my house & have a decent car. Dont think i can be refered to as a tramp.

If your stupid enough to spend £100 on a pair of jeans then you either have far too much money, or are an idiot, although with a remark like that on here, i think the latter statement is more likely to be true.
#24
kahool
Almost all successful retailers exploit people in one way or another. My mother used to work for a knitwear manafucturer who had terrible working conditions & pay, and they produced products for monsoon, adams, primark & next to name but a few.

Primark rely on small markups but big volume. If anyone feels like boycotting Primark, you might as well boycott all the high street shops too.

voted hot!



*yawn*

oh sorry, fell asleep there
#25
millermick
I wouldn't be seen dead in Primark, it's full of tramps and scrubbers!


lol, no comment
#26
My son calls Primark 'Poverty' but in good fun, if I get him some jeans he says ooh, poverty jeans, seen loads of these in the clubs!!! He even chats to the girlies about 'that shop', they all love it!!
If you read some of the hype about Primark they seem to have stolen some of the M & S customers as the quality is not bad, especially for work wear and everyday essentials.
#27
nikkipink
I vouch for the womens skinny jeans, i bought 2 black and 1 blue pair and had lots of compliments


Post the pictures here, and let us decide ;-)
#28
How can anyone buy from these people and vote this deal hot!!!!

Twice now they have been exploiting people and people like me who work in this industry cannot get a job coz of companies like these paying pennies to immigrants and illegal ones at that.

Cold cold cold.
#29
Python5
*yawn*

oh sorry, fell asleep there


why not do us all a favour and stay asleep? At least we'd be saved from your BS in the meantime.
#30
this ones turning nasty lol
#31
just hope i don't end up at one of djdave's disco's, he probably gets his cd's from the cheap bin at asda.
1 Like #32
soccergoods
yes maybe made in sweatshops but if there weren't any sweatshops there won't be much other work in the poor country which would put a lot more people on the streets more crime etc. they still make a desent living for there family to eat and most of them are very happy to work and life there. If we close all the sweatshops let see what happens next. UK gets even more expensive than it already is more people go bankrupt more companies go under more people out of work house prices crash even quicker etc etc yes in our eyesthey seem poor in there eyes they are more often than not very happy with having work and food on the table.


So what your saying is that we need to keep a certain amount of other countries substantially poorer than us so we can take advantage of their poor working conditions and pay. And this is all ok because they don’t know any better and are happy to live in squalor as long as everyone else in their country is also just as poor.

Or, you could try paying a bit more for products you know a bit more about and help bring the living standards of the developing world up a bit.

If you just stick your head in the sand and say ‘well im ok Jack’ than nothings ever going to change.
#33
I need to justify my existence to fellow insecure idiots by paying a ransom for a one inch stitched logo on the same sweatshops' products, darling.
http://www.superlaugh.com/fun/stylin.jpg
Bella
#34
millermick
just hope i don't end up at one of djdave's disco's, he probably gets his cd's from the cheap bin at asda.




Doubt you could afford to hire me mate. BTW, i used to buy most of them from Woolies
#35
Its well documented that some designer brands are made in the same sweatshops as the lower end clothes stores like Primark.
#36
deb8z
Its well documented that some designer brands are made in the same sweatshops as the lower end clothes stores like Primark.


Your point being? Are you saying that some are and therefore some arnt and their the ones to get?
#37
I'm saying its not only Primark,some people are stating the reason they don't shop there is becuase of the sweatshops etc when in all probability they own something that came from the same sweatshop as Primark stuff without realising it.
#38
deb8z
I'm saying its not only Primark,some people are stating the reason they don't shop there is becuase of the sweatshops etc when in all probability they own something that came from the same sweatshop as Primark stuff without realising it.


If you were ignorant of this when making the purchase it’s slightly more acceptable than knowing fine well and still buying it anyway.

I don’t think there will be many Primark customers who are completely naive about there well established production methods. The thing about Primark is that sweatshops seem to have been built into their business model from the start, no amount of high volume economics is going to produce things that cheaply.
#39
I doubt many people have any idea about where their High St clothes are made or under what conditions & nor do they care as is their perogative.
#40
deb8z
I doubt many people have any idea about where their High St clothes are made or under what conditions & nor do they care as is their perogative.


The apathy of the great British public is the reason we have work regulations and ethical trading agreement. I don’t think for a second that it would cross the mind of the average shopper to consider how things were produced, but when it is spelt out for them across the news like in Primarks case I feel a bit sad how many people just reply ‘meh, not bothered’ and carry on regardless.

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